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Learn about campground regulations

We want you to enjoy your time in our state parks. We also ask that you familiarize yourself with our campground rules and regulations.

Reservations can be made one-day to four months in advance of arrival date.

Visitors will not be permitted to campsites

Group campsites will be open for reservations,

Walk-in camping will not be permitted.  Reservations are required.


  • No alcohol
  • Campers and camping equipment are limited to 14 cumulative days of occupancy in any one campground between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
  • Reservations with departure dates outside the 4-month maximum window cannot be changed or cancelled until 18 days after the reservation was made. Cancellations and changes will incur a $10 fee.
  • Day of arrival cancellations require a phone call to the campground and will result in the loss of the first night's camping fee, plus the $10 cancellation fee.
    • Reserved campsites will be held until 8:00 am on the day after your scheduled arrival date. If we are not contacted, your reservation will be no-showed resulting in no refund.
  • Check-in: 1 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • Check-out: any time before 11 a.m.
  • Quiet hours are 10 p.m. - 7 a.m. 
  • Generators are not allowed during quiet hours except for medical purposes. 
  • At most campgrounds, sites are limited to 2 tents, or 1 tent and 1 camping trailer/R.V. 
  • Maximum 2 vehicles per campsite at most locations.
  • Each site is limited to 4 adults, or 2 adults and the children in their care.
  • Keep your campsite neat and free of trash. 
  • Use the dumpsters and recycling receptacles provided.
  • Wash your dishes in the dishwashing station where provided or on your site. Don't wash your dishes in bathroom sinks or at public faucets.


  • Don't bring your own firewood.
    • You must buy firewood at the park. Please note that firewood sales are by credit card only.  Effective 2021, the cost is $7 per bundle
  • Keep campfires in designated fireplaces.
  • Never leave a fire unattended.
  • Extinguish fires by midnight.



  • You must show a rabies certificate for your pet at check-in.
  • Only 4 pets per campsite, and all must be leashed.
  • No pets allowed in cabins or yurts or on the sites.
  • No pets on beach, in restrooms or other state buildings.


  • Never approach, feed, or entice wildlife.
  • Never leave food unattended.
  • Keep all food, coolers, cooking supplies, and equipment in your vehicle when not in use. 
  • Use food storage lockers where available.

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