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Bledsoe Creek State Park Campgrounds

About Bledsoe Creek State Park Campgrounds

Bledsoe Creek has 58 level campsites, 65 feet in length and 25 feet wide. Campsites are paved, have new borders and fire rings, grills, and picnic tables. Forty-three campsites have 50/30-amp service, and 14 have 30-amp service available. All have water hookups. A dump station and laundromat are available year-round. Two bathhouses with heat and air conditioning provide hot showers. Firewood is sold onsite. Recent improvements also make the campsites compliant with the American Disabilities Act. There are also 19 tent-only, primitive waterfront campsites. Each site is has a grill, picnic table, and a fire pit. There is ample room to put up to three tents and plenty of trees for hammocks. Each site accommodates up to six people with a maximum of two cars. It is a very short walk to the bathhouse and only steps away from the popular Shoreline Trail and fishing area. The trail to the bathhouse runs between sites O and P.

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Primitive sites are for tent camping only (RVs, campers, and pop-ups are not allowed) and water and electrical hookups are not available. These sites are minimally developed.

The two bathhouses are ADA compliant and have hot showers and heat.
The laundromat is open year-round.
Pets are allowed, but must be leashed and may not be left unattended.
Firewood may be purchased at the park.

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