Rainbow Falls State Park
Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 14, 2022

Lush and Foresty

This is a beautiful green, quiet, peaceful campground.  We arrived mid June mid week and there was plenty of availability.   Sites are reservable or available as drop in sites for one night at a time.

Sites are kind of pricey:

$32 or $37 for dry camping (not sure why the difference??)

$45 for electric/water sites - if we were staying more than a day we'd probably have to opt for one of these as I don't think that we'd get enough sun through the thick trees for our solar panel.

$27 for sites that are near the entrance.  Nothing wrong with these sites, just that they are small and kind of close together and exposed, almost like overflow sites.

Showers are token operated, I don't know how much they are but there's a little machine to buy tokens at the entrance. 

Nice hikes and walking paths throughout the campground area.  There's a large field with horseshoe pits and a group gathering gazebo.

Campground is open year-round.  

Cell service is ok with Verizon (roaming) and good with ATT.

  • Play button icon
  • threaded water spigots throughout campground
  • trash bins, no recycling
  • electric + water site
  • bath house
  • potable water fill near the dump station
  • dump station
  • hiker/biker sites
  • horse sites
  • horse corral in horse site?
  • horse hitch & horse corral
  • #27
  • showers are token operated
  • group camp site
Month of VisitJuly