Campgrounds within the parks are usually laid out in loops with water spigots located every few campsites, and centrally located restrooms, most with hot and cold running water and coin operated showers.
Each site has a fire ring or fireplace with grill for cooking and a picnic table.
Most parks sell wood and ice and many have nature programs, performances and other events.
Every park and campground has its own unique personality and offerings, each one is a little different. Some of the amenities you will find in the parks are playgrounds and play fields, camper's beaches, trails, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, nature centers, day use areas with swimming beaches, picnic pavilions, boat rentals, hidden picnic areas and wide expanses of lawn. For a complete listing of park amenities and activities visit our Find a State Park page.
You can get more information on the offerings of a particular park by visiting the individual park pages and viewing the interactive campground maps. For example, by selecting a park from the Fast Park Finder drop down menu located at the top of the screen, you will go to that park's page. Once there, you will find a description of the park, downloadable pdfs of any trails or nature guides pertinent to the park as well as a link to view our interactive campground maps.