Camping Rules

  • Camping is permitted during the weekend of opening day of trout and then re opens the first full weekend in May through the last weekend of October
  • Camping is available Friday and Saturday nights, and holiday nights.
  • Campsites are assigned in the order in which they are requested. Campers may switch sites ONLY with approval from the park office.
  • Overnight campsite occupancy is required during the entire period designated on the reservation.
  • Failure to maintain overnight occupancy of the campsite shall be construed as an abandonment of the camping reservation , which will authorize removal of camping equipment and forfeiture of site. There are no refunds.
  • Campers must register by 8:00 PM and checkout by 3:00 PM. If staying for additional nights, campers must re-register by noon. 
  • Two camping units are permitted at each site, one of which must be a tent. Sleeping in personal vehicles is not considered camping and is not permitted.
  • Maximum number of people per site is six. At least one responsible adult over the age of 18 must be included.
  • Two vehicles are permitted at each site, including guest vehicles. Extra vehicles must park in designated parking areas.
  • Campers are responsible to clean campsite and remove all garbage and litter. Trash can be placed in dumpsters at end of Campground Road.
  • Fires are permitted only in camp stoves or fire rings provided. Any fire must be attended at all times by someone 18 years of age of older. Fires must be extinguished completely before leaving campsite. Bonfires are prohibited. A fire ban may be in effect during dry weather.
  • The Park does NOT provide firewood. Cutting of standing trees is strictly prohibited. Only scavenge dead and downed wood.
  • Guests must register at the park office. Guests are permitted during park hours ONLY.
  • Quiet hours are 10:00 PM – 8:00 AM. No loud music, talking etc. Generators cannot be operated during quiet hours.
  • One picnic table is provided for each site. Tables are not to be moved.
  • Secure all valuables, including lanterns, coolers, etc. The Parks Department is not responsible for items lost while at the Park.
  • A sanitary dump station is available for trailer campers. Please see Park Ranger.
  • The following are prohibited:
    • Alcoholic beverages
    • Dishwashing and/or bathing at water outlets, springs, or waterways
    • Discharging trailer sewage or sink water on the ground or into surface water
    • Driving nails/hardware into trees
    • Electric or water hook-ups
    • Chainsaws
Violation of any county rule or regulation or any misrepresentation by individuals using the areas and facilities for purposes other than that defined will warrant cancellation of permit, removal from the park, and /or legal action.