"Not all those who wander are lost." —J. R. R. Tolkien

In order to book a site, you'll need to give us a call and talk to a real live person. We do not offer online booking at this time.

(Please no calls after 8pm or before 8am)


All Clayton Park RV sites are full hook-up and available for transient campers and longer term campers. 

RVs must be self-sustaining, with a working shower and bathroom.

Overnight transient sites are self-sustaining electric, water and sewer sites.

Our registration and check-in process is conveniently electronic or paper.


Pull-thru full hook-up sites are just over 90 feet in length. Most are long and narrow. All are NFPA compliant.

Some are big-rig and towing friendly.

Pull-thru sites come with free wi-fi and cable.

Transient rate is $69 per nite, $79 holidays, plus tax.

($59 per nite prior to May 22nd)

Weekly transient rate non-holiday is $414.

Weekly transient rate holiday is $444.

Lakefronts are primarily seasonal sites and wait list.

Please read our Payment & Cancellation Policy, Pet Policy and Guest Policy prior to reserving.

Find information on extended stays here

A campsite registration is for 2 adults (age 18 and up) and 2 children. Additional campers age 18 & up are $10 per night. Additional campers age 5 to 17 are $7 per night.

Rates do not include taxes, guests, or options for boat or kayak launches.

Site designations may be subject to change.

You must have a valid credit card and a valid email address to book a reservation with us.


We are pleased to be a Good Sam and AAA park, offering discounts on non-holiday stays less than one week. (longer stays already discounted)


Below you will find a video of our full hook-up RV site area, and some of our rentals. Please keep in mind we are finishing up and recovering from a few years of construction.

Check-in time is 3pm to 8pm. Check-out time is noon.

All check-ins are subject to late fees of $5 per half hour past 8pm.

Current rates are for the 2022 season, updated annually.

Video below does not reflect current pull through island sites in the Plateau area - some of the sites now have living areas with concrete pads, and stone smokeless fire rings.


Video courtesy of Frank Acosta