Meadows of San Juan RV Resort. With its campground located just a quarter of a mile from the Pacific Ocean, Harris Beach State Park is a favorite year-round destination. The campground has hot showers and semi-private sites, some with vegetative visual barriers, and many trees that provide shelter. There is also a picnic area and a children's playground.
There are 155 sites, including six yurts. Raccoon Creek State Park is one of the largest and arguably the most beautiful parks in the state of Pennsylvania. The park's facilities were first developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, and more modern facilities, including showers, have been added over time. There are large recreational areas for hiking, biking, and more, as well as vast stretches of undeveloped land to explore.
There are 196 campsites, including eleven modern cabins, all near Raccoon Lake. The great draw of Green Valley State Park is its proximity to lucrative fishing spots. The park serves as a base camp for fishermen who launch their lines on four lakes in the area: Three Mile, Twelve Mile, Summit Lake, and Green Valley Lake, all of which are within 10 miles of each other. On Green Valley Lake, next to the park, fishermen can fish for black bass, crabs, blue gills, walleye, and channel catfish.
There are also several kilometers of multi-purpose trails that offer panoramic views and opportunities to see wildlife. There are 93 campsites, including three motorhome cabins and modern showers. Conveniently located between Atlanta and Athens, Fort Yargo State Park is a popular park for outdoor recreation, landscapes, and event facilities. The site has a log fort built in 1792 by colonists to protect themselves from Creek and Cherokee Indians.
There is a large lake that has a wide swimming beach, ample fishing opportunities, and ramps for boaters. The park's campgrounds are well shaded, with toilets and showers nearby. There's also a swimming beach, group shelters, fishing piers, exercise trails, disc golf, an 18-hole golf course, a fishing pond for children, play areas for children, horseshoe pits, basketball courts, and a boat ramp. This impressive park is named after its vibrant chromatic rock formations.
The park has 67 monolithic towers, called sedimentary pipes, that accentuate the multicolored sandstone layers formed over 180 million years of geological time. The park is a peaceful desert landscape of a quiet and distinctive beauty. Visitors can hike, ride horses, or ride mountain bikes along the trail network. Nearby are prominent natural landmarks, such as the Grosvenor Arch (an intricate double-arched formation), Bryce Canyon National Park, and Paria Canyon.
There are 71 campsites, including two barracks, with modern facilities, such as hot showers and toilets with cisterns. At the southeastern tip of Texas lies a remote and unique coastal park. Sea Rim State Park has 5.2 miles of Gulf coast and 4,000 acres of swamps. Bird lovers flock to Sea Rim for its many bird species, thanks to protected wetlands.
The park is also a fantastic place for strolling along the beach, paddling a canoe or kayak, swimming, fishing, hunting (in season), and strolling along the Gambusia Nature Trail waterfront, which takes you through the swamp. There are 17 campsites, including a cabin, and modern amenities, including showers. For up-to-date information on COVID-19, visit our list of affected parks and our reservation guide for the latest information. Within the park there are 12 picnic sites, a picnic area for groups, 32 basic campsites, 2 yurts, a dump station and a boat ramp.
In total, Colorado's state parks offer more than 4,000 campgrounds and 58 cabins and yurts, with nearly 300 campgrounds accessible to people with disabilities. Located near the famous Sherwood Forest, this campground offers more than 150 pitches on 40 acres of beautiful forest forests and. Overnight guests have plenty of camping opportunities, including fully equipped cabins, yurts, and campgrounds. There are eight camps available, including 140 (14 primitive camps, 126 basic) and one group camp.
Choose from 50 picnic sites, a picnic area for groups, 92 campsites (9 primitive, 18 basic, and 65 sites with electricity). In total, Crawford includes 40 picnic sites and 66 campsites (5 basic, 45 with electricity and 16 with full connection). While the park summary reads: “The campground has no water, electricity, or sewage,” the “Facilities and Recreation” table indicates that Elkhead has 31 “electric campgrounds.”. North Sterling offers 3 campsites with 141 campsites (44 basic and 97 with electricity), available by reservation only, and 2 download stations.
Otherwise, you'll find 150 picnic spots, 3 picnic areas for groups, and 393 campsites (112 basic and 281 with electricity). Navajo State Park offers 12 picnic sites, a picnic area for groups, 119 campsites (38 basic, 40 with electricity, and 41 with full connection). There are six primitive campgrounds (“first-come, first-served” only available in the park), as well as 21 picnic sites and 3 picnic areas for groups. Visitors will find 213 campsites (104 basic, 109 with electricity), 2 boat ramps, 20 picnic sites and 3 picnic areas for groups.