Camping Day Use Annual Permits
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Pets are prohibited in the campgrounds.

Reservations are accepted from 365 days before your stay until 2 days before your stay.

If you are looking to camp in the next few days, available campsites can be purchased on a first come-first serve basis when you enter the park. Please check with staff or on the posted campsite availability before moving into a campsite. 

Camping Reservations are not required, but they are highly recommended for holiday weekends. Reservations are also recommended if a particular site is required to meet the individual preferences or equipment needs of a party.


Frequently Asked Questions!

What is the reservation cancellation policy? Are Pets allowed at the lake? Are there discounts available? How do annual permits work for a second vehicle? How do I get an annual Pass? Do I have to make a reservation to camp? Can I prepay my launch fees and additional vehicle fees before I arrive? I really want to see the park before I bring a group out. Can I take a look? Do annual passes work for camping? Do you accept the Federal Senior\Access passes or the State Poppy pass? How do I get to the lake? What is the lake level? I have a trailer or RV. Can I dry camp in a tent site? Do I have to have a trailer or RV to camp in a hook up campsite? I have a large group. Can you accommodate us? How Can I Get Help? Is Bonds Flat Road open to through traffic? Do you have any hiking trails? Is there WiFi available? Can we have a campfire or cook on a grill? I Lost\Found something. What do I do? I took care of my boat rental fees online, do I still need to pay Day Use fees? Do I need a pass on my small boat, kayak, jetski, etc.? What happened to the Visitor Center by the Dam? How many people are Included per campsite? How many vehicles are allowed per campsite? I forgot something. Is there a store nearby? What do Partial Hook-Up Sites consist of? What do Full Hook-Up Sites consist of? How do Annual passes at Don Pedro Lake Work? What benefits are associated with annual passes?