Prairie Creek State Park Now Accepting Online Reservations | KCET
Prairie Creek State Park Now Accepting Online Reservations
There are also 66 different camping sites, 21 of which are designated as "tent only." However, the sites have only been available for use on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning no one was ever 100% sure that a site would be open for them when they showed, particularly stressful during the camp's peak season. Luckily, that's now changed as the campground is taking online reservations during a portion of the year.
Here's the pertinent information:
Reservations can be made up to seven months in advance.
The park is also "crumb clean," and visitors to the park are required -- according to the park rangers -- to watch a video about what this entails. For more information, or to start making your reservations, head on over to the official website.
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