For the most up to date information on status of campgrounds following the flood of 2017 please visit our park facebook page. Camping can be a fun and rewarding experience for all, given a few simple steps are followed. Always keep food and garbage locked away in containers, in a vehicle or by hanging it high. We have many small critters that will certainly visit your camp and help themselves to food they should not be eating. Do not store open food in your tent, we have bears in the area, they haven't been a problem yet and we need your help to keep it that way. Be mindful of quiet hours 10 pm - 6 am and respect your neighboring camps. Please do not bring your own firewood,instead buy or gather it on site to help decrease the spread of forests pests. If camping as part of a float trip on a gravel bar, or even in a developed campground, be mindful of fast rising streams. Lastly, this is a family friendly place. If you insist on being loud, obnoxious or using profanity, you can expect to be asked to leave.
Hammocks are prohibited from developed campgrounds and cannot be tied to trees. Self-standing hammocks are allowed.
Family Sites (6 people max + 2 tents+ 2 cars or 1 tent & 1 camper)
ReservationsAll reservations for family sites, cluster sites, group sites, electric sites and pavilions can be made online through recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777. We do not make reservations over the phone by calling any other number than the one listed above.
A $3 fee is charged for making reservations per recreation.gov.
Reservations can be made well in advance of your camping excursion, however, all reservations must be made 7 days in advance.
Last updated: July 10, 2018