Cedars of Lebanon State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 117
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 117
Cedars of Lebanon State Park is named for the dense cedar forest that existed in the Biblical lands of Lebanon. The park contains 900 acres which are used for intensive recreation. An additional 8,100 acres are operated by the Parks Division as a natural area and by the Forestry Division as a State Forest.
The park has 117 campsites, all with picnic tables and grills, electric and water hookups. There are 30 tent and pop-up sites available. Three bathhouses provide hot showers, lavatories and commodes. There is a campstore (open seasonally), souvenir shop, laundromat and a dumping station for self-contained camping rigs. The campground is open year-round and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Maximum stay is two weeks.
Eight miles of hiking trails meander through the "cedar" forests and glades. Hiking trails are open year-round. There are four trails in the park from which visitors frequently enjoy glimpses of fox, deer, squirrel, rabbits, and turkey throughout the park. Each trail is blazed with a rectangular colored blaze-mark located on trees along the trail. Please note the color of the blaze-mark for the trail that you hike. Remember to stay on the trail for your own safety. Trail maps are available in the park office.
Open fires are prohibited on all trails and no motorized vehicles are allowed.
The park has picnic tables with grills and eleven picnic shelters located throughout the park. Drinking fountains, restrooms, playground equipment and soft drink machines are available for the convenience of visitors.
Three of the eleven picnic shelters may be reserved and can accomodate from 50-75 people. Reservations can be made up to one year in advance.
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A well kept secret for tent campers
We really love this campground. There is one loop for tents and pop up campers only and that is where we stay. Site 100 has good privacy from neighbors. Bathrooms are very well kept and clean but can be pretty buggy. There are two .5 mile self guided nature trails that were a nice walk and very interesting. We have camped there during a few rainstorms and one of the unusual things about this campground is that it is on top of a limestone sink area, so no matter how much it rains and puddles, it is very ...
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