Reservations are not site specific. Maximum of six people per campsite. Campsites have fire-ring grills, and one picnic table. Choose any available campsite upon arrival. Two vehicles are allowed per campsite. A parking fee is charged for additional vehicles, which must be parked on site driveways. All equipment must be set up within site borders. There is a primitive restroom and drinking water is unavailable, but potable water is available at five of the six picnic shelters. Late arriving guests will find on the entrance station door a note with instructions detailing how to register the following morning, as well as a park map with directions to the cabin. Visitors are charged a daily parking fee, must park in areas designated by the park, and leave the park by 10pm. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 6am.
CL HorsePrimCampsite: No electric/water hook-ups; can hold various equipment up to 30 feet; horse camping only. The sites are shaded on a hillside. Horses must be in a stall or on a tether pole across from campsites. No electric fencing permitted. Tethering is allowed in this campground. Only one trailer/RV allowed per site. State law requires that visitors carry a copy of a current negative Coggins paper with each horse brought to the park.