Camp Creek State Park & Forest offers four separate campgrounds to provide a variety of experiences all campers will enjoy. And, campers that travel I-77 will find Camp Creek a great stopping point just two miles off of Exit 20.
Mash Fork contains 26 trailer/tent sites, 16 sites with electrical hookup, 7 sites with water and electric hookups, and 3 sites with full hookups. There is a heated bathhouse and two accessible sites. Camping units may be filled from water pumps before pulling onto sites. Picnic tables, grills and fire rings are at all campsites.
Wireless access is available in Mash Fork Campground only. This service became available in 2012 and has a minimal fee. Campers taking advantage of this fee-based service can register for use at the check-in building during operating hours.
Blue Jay consists of 13 rustic tent sites. Amenities include pit toilets, water fountain, picnic tables, grills, and fire rings. Open April 1 through November 1. Campers are welcome year-round with the understanding facilities may be limited and weather permitting. See camping rates Click to see Camp Creek State Park map and campground areas.
A camping option is available for horseback riders and their horse. “Double C” Campground features access to approximately 25 miles of horseback trails. There are two, four, and six horse occupancy sites available in this area. Campers may only bring the number of horses in which their campsite stalls can accommodate. Double C Campground is open May 1 through October 31. Campers are welcome year-round with the understanding facilities may be limited and weather permitting November 1 – April 30. See camping rates Click to see Horse and Rider Campground Map.
This campground is by reservation only and offers vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables.
Showers are available for use at the Mash Fork Camping area.
By reservation only, new in 2014 is a Pack It In – Pack It Out camping adventure at Camp Creek State Park & Forest. If you like backpacking and want away from the crowds, this is for you! The first .9 miles of the hike/bike ride is a steep switchback trail to the top of Farley Ridge. Then it is a 1.5 mile hike along a scenic wooded ridgeline to the Almost Heaven Road and Trail. Along the end of this .6 mile trail is the campsite complete with a picnic shelter, fire pit, two tent pads, and primitive toilet facilities. Tents and camping are restricted to the designated areas; there is a fee for camping and advance reservations are required. View rates
Camp Creek State Park offer laundry facilities and located in Mash Fork Campground bathhouse.
This facility and bathhouses are open seasonally from April through November, weather dependent.
Firewood and ice are available for purchase. A coin laundry is available for your use.
This service is open year-round to Camp Creek State Park overnight guests and near the main office.
A gift shop is located in the park office and at the check-in building of Mash Fork Campground