Camp only in designated campgrounds. Each camping permit allows one vehicle and any attached recreational equipment. RV campers should fill water tanks before coming to the park. It is unlawful to dump or drain water from campers or trailers onto the ground. A disposal station is available just south of the visitor center. Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Bridger Bay Campground: 26 primitive campsites include picnic tables, shade pavilions, fire pits/grills and vault toilets. There is no water or electricity. Wheelchair accessible campsites are available by reservation. One vehicle and up to eight people are allowed per campsite. There is a fee for additional vehicles or recreational equipment. Horses are not allowed.
White Rock Bay Group Campground: 20 primitive campsites include picnic tables, fire pits/grills and vault toilets. No water or electricity. Shade pavilions are available in select sites. Two vehicles and up to 16 people per site. Two equestrian sites are available.
Ladyfinger Campground: Five primitive campsites include picnic tables and tent pads. Open fires are not permitted. No water, electricity or shade. One tent, one vehicle, and up to four people per site. Vault toilet is available.
Lakeside Group Campsite: One primitive site includes picnic tables, fire pits/grills, shade pavilion and a vault toilet. No water or electricity. 20 vehicles and up to 80 people are allowed.