Camping is available from mid-May through mid-October in the designated campground only. Reservations are suggested. Several sites are wheelchair accessible, call for information. A wooded group site is available, accommodates up to 75 persons (limited facilities available). Campground office hours: 8am-4:30pm.
Off-season camping is available from October through April, available on a first-come/first-served basis. Contact the park for more information.
Be bear aware: Don't forget you are in Black Bear country. Never physically confront, feed, torment or throw anything at bears. Take appropriate precautions with food so as not to attract bears.
Universal Access: All facilities are accessible. Beach access wheelchair is available upon request.
Seasonal Interpretive Program: Available mid-June through early-September. Call for details.
Unguarded swimming is available at designated campers only beach.
Picnicking: A shaded picnic area is available at Upper Highland Lake beach (no additional fee).Group picnic pavilion for groups up to 50 is available (additional fee applies), call park to reserve. Please carry-in, carry-out all your trash and belongings.
Pets are permitted except on the sandy beach area. Must be on a 10-foot maximum leash and attended at all times. Must have proof of current Rabies vaccine. Please be courteous and clean up after your pet.
Boating: non-motorized boating is available at both Upper and Lower Highland Lakes (ramp available, day-use fee applies). Stop aquatic hitchhikers; please ensure that your boat and equipment are clean before launching.
Snowmobiling is available, conditions permitting (4-inch minimum hard-packed snow base). Parking is available at day-use area parking lot off Rte. 112.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on all state lands.
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