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State Park Camping Registration Information
- Check-in with staff at campground office or follow posted registration instructions.
- Complete registration and occupy campsite for a portion of every day. A member of the camping party is expected to stay overnight on site in order to meet the occupancy requirement.
- Campers must have a motor vehicle permit for entrance into any state park or recreation area.
- A single camp may consist of only 4 unrelated persons, or one single family. A single family is defined as immediate family, consisting of one or two parents or guardians, and their dependent children. However, up to two additional relatives may be considered as part of the family camp, if all members of the party sleep within the maximum shelters allowed per campsite.
- Camp only in designated site.
- Build campfires in designated fire ring only.
- Horses allowed in designated campgrounds only.
- Dogs are allowed on a leash no more than six feet long, they must be attended at all times, and are not permitted on swimming beaches.
- Fireworks are not permitted.
- Discharge of firearms, air guns, slingshots, or arrows are not permitted in campground boundaries.
- Radios, generators, or other amplified devices may not be used in a manner that creates excessive noise.
- Camping permits begin at check-in time of 3 p.m. on the first day of camping.
- Checkout time is 1:00 p.m.
- Camp for up to 15 consecutive nights in any separately administered campground. Combined multiple reservations that exceed 15 nights could result in a mandatory reduction of the combined stay so as not to exceed the 15-night limit.
- No more than 2 vehicles in addition to the primary camping shelter.
- A responsible person 17 years of age or older must register for a site.