Got your destination picked out? Make sure you have the spot you thought of while planning by reserving it. There are a lot of places to camp around our rivers, but if you get to one and it's full , then you have to start planing all over. Don't start your adventure on a down beat. The State Parks usually have no vacancies for walk-ins starting at spring break and on into the summer.
Primitive Camping by permit only obtained from the Clerk of Court 386-294-1600
State Parks are open sunrise to
sunset 365 days a year. Some parks with camping have extended hours for registered campers arriving after sunset. Inquire at Reserve America when you make your reservation.
River Camps are available at Woods Ferry, Holton Creek, Dowling Park, Peacock Slough and Adams Tract. Call (800) 868-9914 for reservations. Each of these river camps has 5 screened sleeping platforms, which comfortably accommodate 6-8 people.
They accept walk-ins, but due to the rising popularity of these camps, reservations are strongly recommended. When reserving multiple platforms for your group, please figure on a minimum of 5 to 6 people per platform, so that our camps can provide accommodations for as many river travelers as possible. The river camps are available without fees for reservations and walk-ins at this time.
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