B Beaverdam Horse: Electric/water sites; can hold various equipment up to 40 feet; accepts 30-amp current. Campground contains a dump station. General public may make reservations for this campground within a month of arrival if other campgrounds are booked. State law requires that visitors carry a copy of a negative Coggins report with each horse brought to the park.
Reservations are not site specific. Maximum of six people per campsite. Each campsite has a campfire, a picnic table, and lantern post. All equipment must be within the borders of the campsite. Campsite vehicle area is crushed run gravel and the tent pad is pea gravel for drainage. Two vehicles are allowed per campsite in addition to the camping unit and parking fees apply for extra vehicles. Water is unavailable at individual campsites in March and November because of freezing weather. As hot water is still available in the bathhouse, camping fees are not reduced. Late arrival campers will find a note on the park office door giving them instructions on how/when to register the following morning. Park maps are provided so that these campers can find their way to the campground. The park office is the first building on the right after exiting I-64 and passing the booth at the park entrance. Quiet hours are from 10pm through 6am. Only overnight guests are allowed in the park after 10pm. Visitors are charged daily parking, launching and swimming fees; visitors must park in area designated by the park.
Please call the reservation center for reservations of this site.