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Camping
​​ Coronavirus Updates ​

The campgrounds at C.B. Smith Park, Easterlin, and Markham are open. Markham is not taking any new reservations at this time due to it being a COVID-19 vaccination site.​ The campgrounds at Quiet Waters and T.Y. (Topeekeegee Yugnee) parks remain closed at this time.
Please follow these rules:
  • Camping reservations can be made by phone only. Call the office of the park where you are interested in camping. Park office hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. When you hear the recording, press 0 to get a staff member.
  • Please electronically sign the attached COVID-19 Waiver and email to the campground you are visiting. 
  • Restroom and shower facilities will remain closed.
  • Camping units must have full hookups and must connect to the park's sewage system. Cassette-type toilets and transportable wastewater containers are not permitted. No tents or primitive camping permitted.
Camping remains one of the top outdoor vacation activities in America. So says the Outdoor Foundation, which reports that an average of 40 million Americans go camping annually, or roughly 14 percent of the population. Considering that these numbers have stayed relatively stable for a number of years, they represent a lot of happy campers.