Primitive Group Camp
A primitive campsite is available, free of charge, across Highway 49 from the National Cemetery entrance on National Park Service land. The group campsite is available only for organized youth groups such as Boy and Girl Scouts and must be reserved at least two weeks in advance. Eligible groups should have a connection to the park including camping as part of a curriculum or program based visit to the park, or be providing volunteer assistance to the park.
To reserve this campsite, call the park at least two weeks in advance at 229 924-0343, ext. 203.
Did You Know?
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