Developed Group Camps
Developed group camping is usually reserved for an organized group of six or more people camping together and sponsored by, affiliated with and/or members of a recognized, registered, non-profit organization. They may or may not be members of an association, but are under the sponsorship of a recognized community organization, such as a church, benevolent or civic service club. One chaperone 21 years of age or older is required per 10 children.
Capacity and amenities vary by park, but most accommodate at least 20 and provide picnic tables and a ground fire ring. Priority at these sites is given to youth camping groups. Fees vary from $1 to $5 per person, per night and reservations must be made directly with the individual park.
Developed Group Camps Parks
Developed group camps consist of permanent facilities, and may include cabins, kitchens and dining halls, etc. Each group facilities camping area may offer different amenities. Fees range from $150 to $500 per night; an additional per person fee of $5, per night may apply. Reservations must be made directly with the individual park.
Pets are not allowed in developed group camps.
The park closes at sundown. If arrival is anticipated after sundown, a leader or chaperone must call before 5 p.m. on the day of arrival to obtain the gate combination. All campers must be set up before quiet time at 11 p.m. Check-out time is 1 p.m.