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The Campground Pool is now closed for the season. Make your reservation now at Reserve America or by calling Reserve America at (888) 459-7275. Family camping is available at five Delaware state parks, Lums Pond, Killens Pond, Cape Henlopen, Delaware Seashore and Trap Pond State Parks. Select a campground from the map or use the list below. Reservations for all state campgrounds are available online at Reserve America or by calling toll free 1. call reserve america camping

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At KOA, our mission is to connect people to the outdoors and each other. That’s why our 500+ campgrounds across North America make it easy to enjoy the beauty of nature and share adventures with family and friends. Our wide variety of family-friendly campgrounds and amenities provide the perfect place to get away, unwind and enjoy camping in the great outdoors.

Whether you need a perfect site to pull into on your next RV road trip or a cozy spot where you and your kids can pitch your tent for the weekend, KOA is sure to have the ideal campsite for you. At KOA, we help people get outside because we know it changes them on the inside.

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We Believe You'll Love the Benefits of Camping at KOA

Camping truly is for everyone, from your oldest family member to little campers just trekking out for the first time. Whether your plan is to relax, explore or reconnect, KOA campgrounds are a great place to create memories with those you love.

Here are just a few of the reasons we believe so many people love camping:

Making memories: Camping is sure to be an experience your family will never forget. From a day spent exploring everything your campground has to offer to an evening roasting s'mores around the campfire, these memories will last forever.. Plus, the chance to learn new skills and experience new things keeps us all young at heart!

Family connections: Camping provides you and your family with a unique opportunity to reconnect and spend time together. Cooking over the fire, telling stories under the stars and hitting the road together strengthens bonds and gives everyone a chance to take part.

Learning opportunities: Whether you're cooking outside for the first time, taking a family hike or teaching your children how to fish, there are endless opportunities to experience new skills and adventures on a camping trip.

Physical activity: Setting up the tent, unpacking the car or organizing your gear in the RV are all ways to get active and you can stay moving with fun activities like hiking and swimming. Plus, a full day of activity and fun often leads to a great night’s sleep!

Stress reduction: On a scale of one to ten, Americans rate their stress level on an average at 4.9, which means most of us experience at least moderate stress on a day-to-day basis. Life is fast-paced and full of things that demand attention, but camping offers a wonderful departure. Getting some fresh air and sunshine and participating in activities with family and friends is a great way to feel recharged and refreshed. 68% of all campers agree that camping is a great way to escape the stress of everyday life and almost half of all campers say that camping has a "great deal of impact" on reducing stress and allowing them to spend more time with their families.

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When we said camping is for everyone, we meant it! If someone in your family or group is intimidated by the idea of sleeping outdoors or if you’re looking for an easy, laid-back weekend, glamping may be for you!

A combination of the words "glamorous" and "camping", glamping has gained popularity over the last decade as yet another way people can enjoy camping. KOA is always looking for ways to elevate the camping experience for those looking for something extra, from Deluxe Cabins to Airstreams, cabooses, yurts, teepees and more.

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KOA campgrounds offer the best in outdoor hospitality. Whether you're a young family introducing your children to the joy of camping or a retired couple exploring the country in your rig, all KOA campgrounds offer a wide variety of lodging options and convenient amenities.

KOA knows that everyone is different. Want to keep it rustic and pitch a tent? We’ve got the site for you. Looking for an RV site with a patio and grill? Pull on in! Don’t have any camping gear but want to explore? Book a cabin! No matter what you and your family are looking for in a camping experience, you'll find it at KOA. Options include:

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Vacationing with family and friends at a spacious KOA cabin with great campground amenities

Smiling family experiencing the great outdoors while tent camping in the fall

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There are a multitude of reasons why KOA is first on so many campers’ lists:

Large Network: KOA is the world’s largest network of privately owned campgrounds. Whether you’re looking for camping near you or an adventure in a new area, KOA has a campground for you.

Caring Service: When you choose KOA, you'll always have a friendly staff member nearby to support you. KOA staff members are trained professionals with a passion for hospitality and the great outdoors. If you ever need help, you can easily spot a KOA staff member by their signature yellow shirt. We're always happy to assist you!

Diverse Site Offerings: With a variety of campsite types, diverse lodging options and amenities, KOA can provide a great camping experience for everyone. Whether you plan to stay in an RV, a cozy tent or another type of lodging, KOA makes it possible to experience the outdoors on your terms.

Technology-driven Operations: Though we believe in connecting with nature, we still embrace modern technology at KOA. To ensure operations run smoothly for our guests, we use the latest technology and data to make your camping experience easier, from booking to navigation and more.

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We Cater To Camping with Pets

KOA makes traveling with your four-legged family members easy and fun. Our KampK9® pet parks provide a fenced area where your pup has room to roam off leash and ample seating for you to watch them romp while you are camping. You’ll find cleanup stations, fresh water and, at some KOAs, dedicated areas for large and small dogs. KampK9 pet parks get pawsitive reviews all around!

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As you plan your camping getaways, it’s important to know what to expect from each of our 500+ KOA Campground locations. The KOA Yellow Sign has always represented high quality, friendly service and fun, but we’re revolutionizing our campgrounds to make travel planning even easier by introducing the KOA Family of Campgrounds.

Within our family, you’ll find KOA Journeys, KOA Holidays and KOA Resorts across North America. Each offers added amenities and services to make your stay more complete and better meet your expectations. Whether you’re on a road trip or seeking a vacation destination, there’s always a KOA to meet your camping needs.

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KOA has been dedicated to creating the ultimate camping experience for more than 50 years, expanding to more than 500 locations in the United States and Canada. Whether it's a weekend getaway or an extended vacation, KOA will make your next camping trip unforgettable.

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Horse Camping Areas:

Natchaug State Forest 

Learn and Explore

Yosemite National Park has 13 popular campgrounds, of which up to seven are on a reservation system. From April through September, reservations are essential and even the first-come, first-served campgrounds usually fill by noon (often earlier) from April through September.

Campground Reservations

Reservations are required all year for Yosemite Valley's car campgrounds and summer through fall for Hodgdon Meadow, Crane Flat, Wawona, and half of Tuolumne Meadows. Campground reservations are available in blocks of one month at a time, up to five months in advance, on the 15th of each month at 7 am Pacific time. Be aware that nearly all reservations for the months of May through September and for some other weekends are filled the first day they become available, usually within seconds or minutes after 7 am!

Arrival date

First day
to make reservations
(7 am PT)

January 15 through February 14

September 15

February 15 through March 14

October 15

March 15 through April 14

November 15

April 15 through May 14

December 15

May 15 through June 14

January 15

June 15 through July 14

February 15

July 15 through August 14

March 15

August 15 through September 14

April 15

September 15 through October 14

May 15

October 15 through November 14

June 15

November 15 through December 14

July 15

December 15 through January 14

August 15

Make a Campground Reservation

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    (or 877/833-6777 for TDD)
    (or 518/885-3639 from outside the US & Canada)

You may only make two reservations per phone call or website visit (you can call again or start over again to make additional reservations).

If you're unable to get a campground reservation, you may want to try a first-come, first-served campground or keep checking for cancellations.

The video below provides an overview of camping in Yosemite.

  • Alaskan Elders: Timeless Tales From the Trail (Open Captioned)

    Camping in Yosemite

    People have enjoyed the tradition of camping in Yosemite for generations. However, getting a campsite in Yosemite is not always easy. Park Ranger Marea Ortiz gives an overview of what camping is like in Yosemite, and advice on how to get a campsite.

    3 minutes, 46 seconds

Lake Taghkanic State Park

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:Alert! Due to a staffing shortage, Boat Rentals may not be available on some days.

Lake Taghkanic State Park, nestled next to Lake Taghkanic in the rolling hills and lush forests of Columbia County, offers a wonderful variety of recreational activities. The park has tent and trailer campsites and cabin and cottage lodging facilities. Large trucks, RVs and campers can enter from the Route 82 entrance. The park also features a swimming beach, picnic areas, boat launch sites, rowboat, paddleboat and kayak rentals, playgrounds, sports playing fields, a rentable pavilion, as well as a recreation hall and showers. In addition, the park has hiking, biking, swimming, fishing, hunting, cross-country ski and snowmobile trails. Ice skating and ice fishing are permitted when conditions are appropriate. Please call the park office at (518) 851-3631 to check ice thickness.

There are four Vacation Rental Cottages that have the amenities of home. The units are outfitted with a bathroom with toilet and shower, a kitchen with hot and cold running water, refrigerator, stove, microwave, cooking and eating utensils, enclosed/screened-in back porch facing the water, a picnic table and fire ring. Lake Taghkanic accepts Camping Gift Cards from Reserve America. The Camping and Cabins Information & Rates brochure provides prices and locations on campgrounds, cabins and cottages as well as how to reserve on Reserve America.

Pavilion Information
Lake Taghkanic has one pavilion. The day use price is $75 and can accommodate up to 60 people. Check availability at

Lake Taghkanic State Park Brochure

Tentrr Camping: Furnished Canvas Wall Tents

Tentrr is now at Lake Taghkanic State Park. Take the hassle out of camping and spend more time enjoying the outdoors. With a fully-equipped canvas wall tent all set up and ready for you, it really is a better way to camp.

Four Tentrr sites, including one triple site, one double site and two single sites, will be located at different points around the lake, all within close proximity to the swimming beach.

Please visit the Tentrr website for additional information about camping in Lake Taghkanic State Park with Tentrr, or to check availability and make reservations.

Don't miss these attractions within the park

  • Boat Shop-rent boats, paddleboats and/or kayaks
  • Playgrounds-playground areas are located on both the west and east sides of the lake!
  • Snack/Souvenir Shop-great summer fare for hungry swimmers!  Select merchandise for sale.
  • Campground Store-buy camping supplies, like ice, snacks and firewood or souvenirs, such as T-shirts.
  • Picnic Pavilion-located in parking lot E, close to the lake. The pavilion can be rented out for $75/day.

Don't miss these popular State Parks and Historic Sites within a 45 minute drive of the park:

  • Taconic State Park- featuring two areas (Copake Falls and Rudd Pond) this park contains challenging hiking trails, access to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail and Bash Bish Falls, a swimming area, as well as the historic Copake Iron Works.
  • Olana State Historic Site- the artist-designed home and landscape of Hudson River School painter Frederic E. Church, perched on a dramatic hilltop outside the City of Hudson.
  • Clermont State Historic Site- the elegant home of seven generations of the Livingston family, including Founding Father Robert R. "Chancellor" Livingston.
  • Need more places to visit? Visit or for information about the area around Lake Taghkanic!


Current Water Quality - Beach Results

Pet Policy: A maximum of two pets are allowed in campsites and day use areas unless prohibited by sign or directive. Pets are not permitted in the West Beach area or the picnic areas adjacent to the West Beach.  Pets are to be supervised at all times and either be crated or on a leash not more than 6-feet in length. Proof of rabies inoculation shall be produced if requested by staff. Pets are not permitted in playgrounds, buildings (including Cabins and Cottages), golf courses, boardwalks, pools and spray-grounds or guarded beaches (this does not apply to service animals).

Hours of Operation

  • The park is open year round:
    Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day: 8 am to sunset.
    Labor Day through Memorial Day: Sunrise to sunset.

  • 2021 Swimming Season
    West Beach (East Beach is closed)
    5/29 - 6/20: 10 am - 7 pm, weekends only
    6/26 - 9/6: 10 am - 6 pm, weekdays 10 am - 7 pm weekends/holidays

  • 2021 Camping Season: 5/7 - 10/23

    Campsites, cabins & cottages. Reservations made through Reserve America - call 1-800-456-CAMP.
  • Hunting: Seasonal/DEC rules and regulations apply. Large game; turkey - bow only.
  • Boat Permits: Weekly and season permits are available;

    Boat storage also available.

Fees & Rates

Most New York State Parks charge a vehicle use fee to enter the facility. Fees vary by location and season. A list of entry fees and other park use fees is available below. For fees not listed or to verify information, please contact the park directly.

The easy-to-use Empire Pass card is $80- and your key to all-season enjoyment with unlimited day-use entry at most facilities operated by State Parks and the State Dept. of Environmental Conservation including forests, beaches, trails and more. Purchase online or contact your favorite park for more information. Learn more about our Admission Programs including the Empire Pass.

  • Vehicle Entrance Fee
  • $10

    5/29 - 6/20, weekends & holidays
    6/26 - 9/6, daily
  • Camping
  • Campsites:

    Raised Deck Platform Campsite (14'x16'):
    $18/night; Sun - Thurs.
    $22/night; Fri, Sat & Sun/Holiday

    Trailers/RVs (up to 20'):
    $15/night Sun - Thurs
    $19/night Fri, Sat & Sun/Holiday
    $8/night Additional Vehicles (more than 2 at a site)

    Daily rate is 1/4 the weekly charge
    $412-$700, weekly

    $110 - $157.00/night; $440-$630/week

    Full-Service Cottages:
    Cottage 157 and 167: $180/night; $720/week
    Cottage 171: $190/night; $750/week
    Cottage 158: $195/night; $780/week

    Camping Fees:
    $7.25 Reservation fee
    $1.25 Walkup Fee
    $7.25 Cancellation/Change

    Non-NYS Resident Surcharge:
    Camping: $5 per night
    Cabins: $7 per night/$28 per week
  • Boating
  • Permit Fees: $30/season; $10/week
    Boat Storage: $15/season
  • Non-NYS Resident Surcharge
  • Camping: $5 per night
    Cabins: $7 per night/$28 per week 
  • Tentrr Camping: Furnished Canvas Wall Tents
  • For up-to-date pricing, availability, and to make camping reservations, please visit the Tentrr website.


Digital Maps

New! Download this park's digital map to your iOS Apple and Android device.

Firewood source maps show a 50-mile radius from which untreated firewood may be moved to this campground. For more information see firewood restrictions.

In the years 1928-29 the Taconic State Park Commission considered the suitability of Lake Charlotte for park purposes. This lake was given to the Commission together with some uplands by D. McRa Livingston providing the lake be renamed Taghkanic. In 1933, with the advent of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a camp was established and with the appointment of capable carpenters and masons to oversee the work, members of the CCC built the East Beach bathhouse, the beach, camping and cabin area and the water tower.

Today, the East Beach is not in operation, however the West Beach, with fully equipped bathing facility, secluded picnic areas, informal game areas, and boat rentals for paddling, rowing or fishing, round out a day's stay at Lake Taghkanic State Park.

Hunting is permitted in the park by means of bow and arrow only. No firearms are allowed. Park permit is required.

Must See!The Scenic overlook on the Blue Trail overlooking the Lake.

Amenities Information

  • Amenities
  • Biking
  • Boat Launches (Accessible)
  • Boat Rentals (Accessible)
  • Camper Assistance Program (Accessible)
  • Campsites, Cabins & Lodging (Accessible)
  • Fishing
  • Fly Fishing (Accessible)
  • Food (Accessible)
  • Grills (Accessible)
  • Hiking
  • Hunting
  • Ice Fishing
  • Ice Skating
  • Pavilions and Shelter Rentals (Accessible)
  • Playgrounds (Accessible)
  • Playing Fields (Accessible)
  • Showers (Accessible)
  • Sledding
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing/X-Country Skiing
  • Swimming Beach (Accessible)


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General Information

Most state parks are open 8 a.m. to sundown, 365 days a year. Visitors may make campsite or cabin reservations from same day before 1 p.m. to 11 months in advance by calling toll free 800-326-3521 or TDD 888-433-0287 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern time or by visiting the Florida State Parks reservations website.

For example, campsite reservations for Friday, Call reserve america camping 4, may be made until Friday, July 4 at 1 p.m. Likewise, reservations for Nov. 1, 2022, may not be made any earlier than December 1, 2021.

  • All campsites or cabins not reserved or occupied may be rented to walk-in visitors on a first-come, first-served call reserve america camping are call reserve america camping on a pay-in-advance basis.
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Prices and Discounts

Fees/Discounts Information

Campsite prices vary from $16 to $42 a night depending on the park. Cabin prices vary from $30 to $160 a night. A 50% discount on base campsite fees is available to Florida residents who are 65 years of age or older, Florida residents possessing a current Social Security disability award certificate or a 100% disability award certificate from the federal government, and families operating a licensed family foster home. 

Documentation will be requested on arrival. Discounts apply only to the campsite being occupied by the person meeting the established criteria. Discounts apply only to family/full-facility campsites (primitive sites, primitive group sites, developed group camps and boat slips are excluded).

  • Primitive group camp fees are per person fees ($1 juvenile and $5 adult). 
  • The camping fee includes admission fee and the use of park facilities such as boat ramps and playgrounds but does not include tour, attraction or museum fees.

Reservation Fees

Visitors pay call reserve america camping nonrefundable $6.70 reservation fee (per reservation, not per night) when making a reservation online or through the call center. This fee is collected at the time of reservation.

  • Reservation fees do not apply to reservations for primitive sites.

Utility Fees

Effective July 27: All new reservations for Call reserve america camping, boat, bungalow, cabin and yurt units at all parks will be assessed at $7 nightly utility fee. This fee does not apply to tent camping. Senior and disabled camping discounts do not apply to the $7 nightly utility fee.

Length of Stay - Campgrounds

Length-of-stay limits are established to protect the quality of the visitor camping experience. Limitations on camping nights and site capacities seek to achieve this protection while providing adequate camping opportunities to park visitors.

  • During periods of high demand, the maximum length of a camping or cabin stay is 14 nights. After 14 nights, the camper must leave the park for at least three nights before returning for a new stay.
  • Based on availability and once the camper is registered and on-site, the park manager or designee may at their discretion extend a camper’s current stay up to an additional 14 nights. Maximum continuous length of stay in any one park is 28 nights.
  • Campers are permitted up to 56 nights of total occupancy in any one park in each six-month period, defined as Oct. 1 - March 31, and April 1 - Sept. 30.

Any attempt to circumvent the 14-night call reserve america camping or 56-night total length-of-stay limit is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, changing the registered name of a group or individual, making multiple advanced reservations or using multiple user profiles

If a reservation or series of reservations is determined to be out of compliance with the maximum length-of-stay policy, the camper will be contacted and directed to determine which reservations will be canceled to bring the camper into compliance. Refunds will be applied to any advance reservations, as necessary, to bring the total call reserve america camping allowable limit. Cancellation fees will be applied for any advance reservation canceled for average american savings 2020 reason.

Length of Stay - Cabins

Cabins must be reserved for a minimum of two nights. 

All campsites or cabins not already occupied or having a prior reservation may be rented by walk-in visitors.

  • During periods of high demand, the maximum length of a camping or cabin stay is 14 nights. After 14 nights, the camper must leave the park for at least three nights before returning for a new stay.
  • Based on availability and once the camper is registered and on-site, the park manager or designee may at their discretion extend a camper’s current stay up to an additional 14 nights. The maximum continuous length of stay in any one park is 28 nights. 
  • Campers are permitted up to 56 nights of total occupancy in any one park in each six-month period, defined as Oct. 1 - March 31, and April 1 - Sept. 30.

To provide for additional cabin cleaning turn-over time, a one-night “spacer” will be inserted between all cabin reservations. This spacer night prevents visitors from reserving that cabin for that night. The cabin will remain unoccupied by visitors during this time, allowing staff to complete a thorough cleaning of the cabin.

Pets are not permitted in cabins or the cabin area. Service animals are welcome in all areas of the park.

Any attempt to circumvent the 14-night maximum or 56-night total length-of-stay limit is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, changing the registered name of a group or individual, making multiple advanced reservations or using multiple user profiles.

If a reservation or series of reservations is determined to be out of compliance with the maximum length-of-stay policy, the camper will be contacted and directed to determine which reservations will be canceled to bring the camper into compliance. Refunds will be applied to any advance reservations, as necessary, to bring the total nights within the allowable limit. Cancellation fees will be applied for any advance reservation canceled for this reason.

Cabin Damage Fees

Staff may assess cabin renters a damage fee when it is necessary to clean up or repair any damage beyond ordinary cleaning, wear and tear. Fees may also be charged for lost/stolen items. The reasonable cost of any such damage will be charged to the credit card used for the reservation.

If excessive cleaning is needed or damages are identified, the damage fee will be the amount equivalent to the applicable hourly wage of staff for the time necessary to clean or repair the damage and the cost to replace damaged furnishings, or the actual vendor charge to clean or repair the damage. 

If determined an item is lost/stolen, then the amount will be the cost to replace the item.

Reservation Window

Reservations may be made from same day before 1 p.m. up to 11 months in advance of your arrival date. Reservations may only be made beyond 11 months when the reservation period starts within the 11-month period and ends outside that period. The result is reservations could extend 11 months and 14 days in the future.  

To ensure fairness in reserving campsites and cabins, reservations made with a departure date beyond the 11-month advance reservations window may not be changed until 18 days after the reservation is made. 

New sites become available for reservation daily at 8 a.m. Eastern time. Any new sites that become available throughout the day due to a cancellation are randomly released back into inventory following the cancellation.

  • All campsites or cabins not reserved or grow financial credit union cd rates may be rented to call reserve america camping visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are made on a pay-in-advance basis.


Campsites accommodate no more than eight people and must have at least one responsible camper present who is 18 years of age or older. Any more than eight campers will be required to rent and move to additional sites. Children under 6 years old do not count in the total.

Cabins can accommodate either four or six visitors. Campsites and cabins must be occupied for the duration of the stay.

Camping Rigs

A camping rig is defined as combinations of vehicles, trailers, tents and/or hammocks. Pedestrians without a camping rig will not be allowed to stay. While most campsites can accommodate a variety of camping rigs, some campsites may not accommodate large trailers or RVs having both large slide-outs and a dining fly. Be sure to indicate specifications when making a reservation. Setting up buffer zones or other use areas that interfere with neighboring campers is not allowed.

Hammock camping rigs and any other associated lines can be attached to trees that are a minimum of 12 inches in diameter measured at chest height and using a minimum of 1-inch-wide flat web straps. Some parks may provide hammock posts instead of trees.

Check-in, Check-out and Quiet Times

  • No one under 18 years of age may camp unless accompanied by a responsible adult who will remain on-site for the entire reservation.
  • Do not overcrowd your campsite or cabin. Campsites are limited to eight people or to one immediate family (parents and children 17 and younger).
  • Check-in time for ups accounting phone number is 3 p.m. and check-out time is 1 p.m. Check-in time for cabins is call reserve america camping check-out time is 11 a.m. Quiet time is 11 p.m.-7 a.m.
  • If you plan to arrive after sunset, call the park before 5 p.m. local time for the gate combination.
  • Parking is at the discretion of park staff and is limited to no more than two vehicles per campsite or cabin. Additional vehicles may be required to park in designated areas.

Camping with Pets

Pets are permitted in certain designated camping areas and campsites. Pets are not permitted on beaches or playgrounds, or in bathing areas, cabins, park buildings or concession facilities. Individual parks may have specific areas prohibiting pets.

  • Service animals are permitted in all public areas of state parks. For more information about camping with pets, please read the Pet Policy.

No Shows

Park staff will hold reserved campsites or cabins until the applicable check-out time, one day after the scheduled arrival date. In the event that campers do not arrive for their reservation and the camper does not call the park directly to cancel, the remainder of the reservation will be canceled as a no-show. The remaining balance of the reservation, if any, will be refunded. 

Changing Reservations

Date or site changes to campsite or cabins reservations may be made up to one day before the day of arrival through the reservations call center at 800-326-3521 or TDD 888-433-0287 or online.

  • The visitor will be charged $10 for making a change. Once visitors arrive at the park and register, park staff may make date and site changes without charging cancellation or change fees.
  • Change fees do not apply to reservations for primitive group camps.

Canceling Reservations

Visitors can cancel family campsite and cabin reservations by calling 800-326-3521 or TDD 888-433-0287 or online.

A $17.75 cancellation fee will be assessed for each reservation that is canceled. Visitors canceling on the day of arrival will be assessed a $17.75 cancellation fee and the first night's use fee. All cancellation fees plus the $6.70 call reserve america camping fee are waived for visitors who make their cancellations within 24 hours of booking the reservation, provided they contact 800-326-3521 or TDD 888-433-0287 to request the fees be waived.

After the day of arrival, visitors calling 800-326-3521 or TDD 888-433-0287 will be directed to call the park to make arrangements for arriving late or to obtain a refund. Visitors will receive a prorated refund (minus the $17.75 cancellation fee) when canceling after the day of arrival. If you reserve multiple sites on consecutive days to make up a single stay, please take into consideration that the cancellation fee is applied to each reservation number. 

Fees may be applied up to the total amount paid for the reservation.

  • In an effort to ensure fairness in reserving campsites and cabins, reservations made with a departure date beyond the 11-month advance reservations window may not be changed or canceled until 18 days after the reservation is made.
  • Cancellation fees do not apply to reservations for primitive group camps.

Reselling Campsite Reservations

Reselling campsite reservations is not permitted. Reservations are made on a pay-in-advance basis. This paid reservation is a transaction contract between the purchaser and Florida State Parks and the reservation may not be resold. 

If a reservation is discovered to have been offered for resale or resold, the reservation will be canceled and the original purchaser will be charged the $17.75 cancellation fee. Florida State Park's concessionaires are exempt from this policy when the reservation is part of an authorized visitor service.

Gift Cards 

Effective Feb. 1, 2018, gift cards are no call reserve america camping available for purchase. Florida State Parks will continue to honor and accept all gift cards purchased prior to Feb. 1, 2018.

  • Gift cards may only be used to make reservations for camping and cabins at participating Florida State Parks. 
  • Gift cards may be redeemed for reservations made online, through the call center and as walk-ins. They are not redeemable for past purchases or other merchandise/fees/rentals and are not redeemable for camping or cabin reservations in other states (exclusive to Florida State Parks).
  • Gift cards are not redeemable for cash and are nonrefundable.
  • Florida State Parks is not responsible for replacing lost or stolen cards.
  • Gift cards do not have an expiration date or an inactivity fee and will not be charged a low balance fee.
  • Please see our FAQ page for more information about gift cards.
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