Come camping with us!
Right now we offer 4 campsites for primitive camping. Each site has a dirt base, water spigot and fire pit. Travel trailers under 20 feet are allowed. No extra charge for families with additional tents as long as it fits the space. There are two portable toilets in a central location available. Limit 6 people per site.
Price: $25/night, no nightly minimum. Check-out time is 12:00pm (noon).
Know before you go:
- There are no electricity or sewer hookups
- Cell phone reception is very limited but WiFi is available
- Bicycles, ATVs, and golf carts are welcome
- Black bears frequent the area; All food, coolers, equipment used to cook or store food, and anything that may smell like food (such as toothpaste) must be stored in a closed vehicle or a camping unit made of solid, non-pliable material. Food may also be stored in food lockers provided.
- Campers are responsible for maintaining clean camps at all times. Thoroughly clean campsites before leaving; remove camping equipment and dispose of trash in available trash receptacles.
- All dogs, cats, and other pets must be on a leash no longer than six feet or under physical restraint at all times. Do not leave pets unattended in the campground or your car. Please prevent excessive barking and properly dispose of pet waste. Horses are not permitted
- Campfires are allowed only within the metal or stone fire ring provided on the site. Building of additional fire rings is not allowed. All camping equipment and tents must remain on the designated tent pad.
- Firewood from outside the area is strictly prohibited due to the potential for invasive insects
- Firewood Regulation: Only heat-treated firewood bundled in its original packing and bearing a certification seal from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) or a state department of agriculture may be brought into the camp.
- Don’t Move Firewood: Help protect our forests! Prevent the spread of tree-killing pests by obtaining firewood at or near your destination and burning it on-site. Moving firewood is illegal in some states. Visit dontmovefirewood.org to learn more.
- Wildlife must not be disturbed in any way. The hunting or trapping of animals is prohibited. Do not interfere with animals by feeding, touching or teasing them.
- Firearms are permitted in accordance with state law, but the use of any weapon is prohibited.
- Metal detectors are prohibited.
- The use or possession of any illegal substance is strictly prohibited.
- Fireworks are prohibited.
- The use of nets or chumming is prohibited.