A variety of tranquil campsites along the river and shaded inland.
Currently renting campsite and boating docks for Season 2013.
Please call Linda at 209.606.0848 for questions and pricing.
Twenty-three inland campsites are postioned across the road from the marina.
The inland sites are located in the interior of the park. Many are close to the Vermilion River.
Riverfront campsites are located along the Vermilion River and are very spacious ranging in dimensions from 30 by 45 feet to 30 by 90 feet. These sites provide peaceful views of the river, beautiful shale cliffs, and wilderness landscape. Located on Cliffview Lane and Lightening Bug Loop, they curve around the river’s bend. Campers built little backyard beach areas and fishing decks at the water's edge. The intergy of the levy is kept. The riverfront campsites are ideal for folks who enjoy canoeing or kayaking, as some of the sites allow campers to be cast off right into the river.
There are 5 lagoon campsites avaible for the 2013 season. Our most popular, they are ideal for campers who also have boats or boaters who enjoy camping in front of their boat dock. These campsites run parallel to the marina on North and South Lagoon Lanes. You can walk out of your camper directly onto your boat. It is required to have a boat or watercraft to rent this type of site. However, if you have a boat or watercraft in the marina, it is not required to camp at a lagoon site. For more boating and dock information please see the Marina tab.
Provided at EACH campsite
Electric hookups 50 or 30 amps
Vermilion’s city water
Gray water hookup
Honey Bee Sewage Service
The following are ALLOWED
Two vehicles per campsite
Gas or Electric Golf Carts
Gravel / Pebbles on your site
Solar lighting is greatly appreciated
Campfires along the marina with covered flame
Decorate your campsite to your unique style
Which campsite is the best spot for you?
Depending on how close you would like to be to your boat or the Vermilion River will determine the campsite that bests fits your desired experience. Would you like to be near an open field for children to play, near the center of the park where all the action is, or situated in the quiet tranquil area? Do you want to be near the marina, shower house, community areas, or playground? Since each campsite is unique, we recommend a visit to see which campsite fits your needs and personality.
Do you have pull through?
Yes, we have grassed campsites large enough to drive your trailer across.
These sites have 30 or 50 watt amp outlets available. Some are completely shaded.
What is gray water and what is black water?
Vermilion’s city water goes into your trailer for use in your shower and sink. After it is used it is called gray water. Vermilion's city water is also used in your toilet and after each flush it is considered black water. Your sewage is required to go into a holding tank that is under your trailer. Black water goes into the dumping station tank that is located at the south end of park. We have water drains for gray water.
How is sewage or black water disposed of?
A choice is offered to seasonal campers concerning sewage disposal. The first option is to use our free dumping station located at the south end of the park. The second option is a Honeybee service which pumps out your holding tanks. The sewage pump Honeybee service is scheduled every two weeks for the entire season.
Seasonal rates start at $1,825. Our seasonal prices include winter storage for your camper, security gate access, gray water hook up, city water, electricity, pets, internet access at campsite, and fewer than 10 guests per weekend. Please contact us via e-mail or by phone for pricing details.