Salt Rock Campground


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Campground Description

The Salt Rock Campground is open for the season from May 18 through October 8 (daily). Walk-ins only allowed September 4 - October 8.
Contact: State Government
Posted by: TrailAPI on December 6, 2012
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    Campground Activities

    ADA Accessible, Ada Accessible Hiking Trails, Ada Accessible Pit Restroom, Ada Accessible Restroom, Ada Accessible Swimming, Administrative Office, Canoeing, Dump Station, Fireplace, Firewood, Fishing, Flush Toilet, Group Camping Facility, Hiking, Horse Shoe Pit, Information Station, Kayaking, Park Attendant, Parking, Picnic Tables, Play Field, Public Drinking Water Taps, Recycling Center, Restroom, River Access, Showers, Site Pads, Trails, Tubing, Volleyball Court, Water Faucets, Baseball Field, Basketball Court, Bird Watching, Convenience Store, Hunting, Laundry, Mountain Biking, Soccer Field, Wildlife Viewing, Hospital, Restaurant

    Campground Amenities

    Electrical hookups, Pets OK, Sewer hookups, Water hookups

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    Camping Fees

    From $33/night to $40 night for hookups, plus processing fees. Extended stay rates: from $222/7 nights to $352/7 nights for hookups.

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