Open: Open all year Number of Sites: 302 Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 102
Perry State Park is located in the southwest portion of Perry Reservoir , four miles north of highway 24 on Highway 237. The park features a sand beach, five shower buildings, two boat ramps, picnic areas, and trails for horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking. There are four utility campgrounds, totaling 102 sites with electricity and water hookups, and seven primitive campgrounds with over 200 sites. All of our campsites are first come, first serve. Perry State Park offers 22 miles of biking and hiking trails in the Delaware Area, and 25 miles of equestrian trails in the Jefferson Point Area.
Our cabins opened on April 3rd for the 2009 camping season. The cabins will close for the year at the end of October. You can make reservations for our cabins one year in advance.
The Wild Horse campground is back open to the public for camping. The park staff is working on installing utility hook-up campsites in the campground. We hope to have the first eight sites open soon. We are finishing up a few things and double checking the installation to make sure everything is working correctly. If you are planning a visit to our Wild Horse campground and want to utility camp, please call the park office to make sure the utility sites are complete.
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