For a different kind of overnight adventure, stay in a tipi or wall tent! All sleep six people, and have a wood floor interior, a picnic table and fire ring with grill for cooking, and access to water and toilet facilities.
No campfires, candles, or other open flames are allowed inside tipis or wall tents. There is no electricity. Bring mosquito netting to use inside -- tipis and wall tents are not sealed the way modern tents are. Sleeping pads, cots or air mattresses are highly recommended, but there are no outlets anywhere nearby so be sure to bring a battery operated or hand pump for your air mattress.
Parks may allow additional sleeping shelters on site -- contact the park for approval prior to arrival. Pets are not allowed inside tipis or wall tents. Only approved firewood is allowed. Seasonal availability varies by park, with sites typically open May through October.
Make a reservation
Reservations can be made up to 120 days in advance, 24 hours a day, except for the first day a reservation becomes available. On that first day, reservations cannot be made online before 8 a.m.
A non-refundable reservation fee ($10.00 for call center/$7.00 for web) is charged for each advance reservation.
Rates and locations
Rate is per site, per night, and includes tax.
|Afton State Park
|One wall tent. 10x12 feet interior with two built-in wooden sleeping platforms. Covered wooden deck.
|Blue Mounds State Park
|Three cart-in tipis, no drive-up access. 18 feet in diameter inside. Uncovered cedar deck.
|Myre-Big Island State Park
|Two wall tents.10x10 feet interior, it is very tight for six cots. Uncovered wooden deck. One has drive-up access, the other is a backcountry wall tent that is over a half mile from parking.
|Sakatah Lake State Park
|One wall tent. 10x12 feet interior with two built-in wooden sleeping platforms. Uncovered wooden deck.