Water: Water is on in all use areas and Lower Campground. Upper Campground will be turned on May 17th. Water is available year-round from a spigot outside the park office.
Drinking Water: Water is on in all areas of the park. Drinking water is available year-round from a spigot outside the park office.
Bathroom Facilities: Flush toilets are open for the season in all areas except the Upper Campground. Vault toilets in the park are available year-round.
Showers: Shower buildings in the Lower Campground are open on for the season.
Dump Station: Dump station is open for the season.
Campgrounds: Camping is available year-round. The park has 80 drive-in campsites available in the spring, summer, and fall. Two sites are wheelchair accessible. Camping is also available in the winter, but you should call ahead to the park to see if winter sites are accessible.
Electric Sites: The park has 34 electric sites.
Reservations: Camping reservations are recommended for the summer season, especially for weekends and holidays. Reservations are not needed late fall through April 1.
Contact Notes: Best time to contact the park:
Fall and winter: Daily, 9 a.m.- 4p.m.
Summer: The park has 15 miles of hiking trail, 4.25 miles of mountain bike trail and 10 miles of horse trails.
Winter: Park has 5 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails, 1.4 miles of groomed skate-ski trails and nearly 8 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Snowshoeing is permitted anywhere in the park except on groomed ski trails. Hikers should also stay off the groomed ski trails.
Season Rentals: The park rents canoes, 2 kayaks and a paddleboat ($10/4 hours, $20/8 hours). Picnic shelters can be rented for $35. Call the park to reserve one of the shelters.
Naturalist Programs and Park Tours: Camden does not have a park Naturalist, but volunteers present programs throughout the summer. See the events calendar for upcoming programs.