Water: Water will be turned OFF October 6th.
Drinking Water: Outside water fountains will be turned off October 6th. Drinking water is available year-round in the Visitors Center.
Bathroom Facilities: The campground has three bathroom facilities, in Oak Lane, Pine Lane and Aspen Lane. There are also bathrooms with flush toilets near the swimming beach. All campground and beach bathroom facilities will be closed October 6th. The Visitors Center has bathrooms that are open year-round. Vault toilets throughout the park are open year-round.
Showers: The campground has two shower buildings, located in Pine Lane and Aspen Lane. All shower facilities will be closed October 6th.
Dump Station: The dump station will be turned off in late October.
Campgrounds: The park has 95 drive-in sites including 5 pull-through sites and 4 wheelchair accessible sites. In winter only one electric and one non-electric site are available to drive-in. The Bass Creek Group Camp is available in winter but access is on foot, ski or snowshoe.
Electric Sites: Park has 43 electric sites.
Special Notes for RV Campers: Electric sites have 30 amp breakers.
Reservations: Recommended from the Friday of Fishing Opener through Labor Day.
Contact Notes: Best time to contact the park:
Daily, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Trail Notes: The park has 11 miles of hiking trail, 1.3 miles of surfaced bike trail and 5 miles of mountain bike trail. In winter, the park maintains 8 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails and 3 miles of groomed snowmobile trail which connect to trails outside the park. A heated trail shelter is available for use during winter recreation season. Open hours correspond to office hours. Snowshoeing is permitted anywhere in the park except on groomed ski trails.
Season Rentals: Rentals of canoes, kayaks and fishing boats will be available from the Fishing Opener through mid-October. In winter, snowshoe rental available daily during regular office hours.
Naturalist Programs and Park Tours: Naturalist programs available year-round. Call to request special programs for groups at (218) 308-2328.