Lake Meredith offers a variety of camping opportunities, including scenic overlooks, shoreline camping, and wooded campgrounds. At this time, all campgrounds are FREE. No reservations are needed; sites are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Trailer/RV hookups are currently NOT available in any campground at Lake Meredith. Construction of 10 RV sites with electric and water hookups are planned for the Sanford-Yake campground in the winter/spring of 2017-2018. Dump stations with non-potable water are located near Fritch Fortress and Sanford-Yake campgrounds.
You may camp at any location within Lake Meredith National Recreation Area for up to 14 consecutive days within a 30-day period, but no more than 60 days per year. Hunters may set up camp between October 1 and December 31, with up to 30 days allowed annually per hunter. Digging or leveling the ground for a camp is prohibited.
CAMPFIRES: Fires are permitted only in grills and existing fire rings; they are not allowed in the backcountry. You may gather wood that is dead and on the ground. No cutting of trees or other plants is allowed. Local counties determine fire bans. Contact officials in Hutchinson County (806-273-0930), Moore County (806-935-2151), and Potter County (806-379-2900) to verify if burn bans are in effect.
ALCOHOL: You may bring in alcohol for personal consumption. If you wish to bring in larger quantities (such as beer kegs for a group), you must get a special use permit at Park Headquarters, 419 E. Broadway, in Fritch, during business hours.
- Pets must be on leash at all times
- Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Place trash in dumpsters or carry it out for disposal
- No metal detectors are allowed
- Burning pallets with nails/hardware in them is prohibited unless the hazards are removed before burning