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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.


  • No alcohol
  • Check-in: 1 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
  • Check-out: any time before 11 a.m.
  • Quiet hours are 10 p.m. - 7 a.m. 
  • Visiting hours: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
    • Visitors must pay the daily parking or visitor fee.
  • Generators are not allowed during quiet hours except for medical purposes. 
  • Each site is limited to at most 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.
  • Campers and camping equipment are limited to 14 cumulative days of occupancy in any one campground between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
  • 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.
  • 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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