They have flush toilets! We hadn't seen any in DAYS on our backpacking journey through the woodlands, state and national parks and forests of PA, NY, VT, NH, and ME. Showers are a quick drive down the road, pack your quarters and perfect your 10 gal shower for $2! Easy access to an ocean trail that connects with the rest of the park on the Loop Road. Helpful rangers in the booth to answer questions.
From white water kayaking and guided rafting trips, natural waterslides, to hiking and biking trails - this park has it all! This beautiful park has something to offer for everyone. The campground is nice with several camping options such as tent, camper, yurt and cabin rentals. They also have hot showers, electric options, and pet friendly areas. They have several seasonal events and festivals that are fun for the whole family. Must respect quiet hours here, rangers patrol frequently. For those who want to have a good time and be noisy and share some adult beverages Scarlett Knob campground May be a better option.
This is an absolute favorite camping spot. This area has much to offer, the 22 waterfalls and hiking trails are at the top of the list followed by a lake, picnic and swimming areas. The campground offers hot showers, electric and primitive options, and pet friendly areas. The infamous Falls trail begins within the campground and has a link trail to return.
This primitive campground is located a few miles from Seven Points Recreation area, but far enough away to enjoy a real camping experience without electricity and running water. Not to worry, the showers are located at Seven Points. There aren't many waterfront sites, so book early. Some sites not listed as waterfront can be used for boats (with a permit from the campground office).