Lewis and Clark State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 70
Number of Sites with Electric: 62
Along the quiet shoreline of the lake, fishermen can cast their lines for carp, buffalo and channel catfish. For those not wanting to stay ashore, the park offers a boat ramp and a large, sand swimming beach. Picnic sites with grills, scattered along the shady shoreline, provide the perfect place for a picnic lunch. An open shelter, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, can be reserved in advance for large gatherings of family and friends. A playground is located nearby.
The campground at Lewis and Clark State Park has 70 campsites and includes both basic campsites and those with electrical hookups. Campsites are available for a maximum continuous stay of 15 days. Pull-through and back-in campsites are available. Each campsite features a barbecue grill and table. The level and roomy campsites make it easy to maneuver a large recreational vehicle.
During the on-season (April 15 through Oct. 31), the camping area offers modern restrooms, hot showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, playground equipment and reservable sites. Reservations are accepted for stays during the on-season (April 15 through Oct. 31). For reservations, there is a required two-night minimum stay for weekends. During the off-season (Nov. 1 through April 14), potable water is available from the frost-free spigot located at the park office.
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