It doesn’t matter what type of camping you do, we have a place for you. Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC). There are 11 sites that are available. All sites have water and electric hook-ups and are available to both tent and RV campers.
Campground B has water and electric hook-up. Its 19 sites include 6 pull-thru sites. The campground can accommodate tents and RVs up to 35 ft in length. A small creek runs just behind the campground. The sites along this creek are the most popular. Last year the existing bathhouse was replaced with a new, top of the line bathhouse.
Campground C has 11 tent only sites. The location of the campground requires wooden pads to be provided for your tent. Campground C has it’s own universally accessible bathhouse. And is the campground in the most wooded area.
The fourth campground is Camp Burson. This campground is the campground with the most sites and the only campground with water, electric, and sewer sites at Hungry Mother. Camp Burson has 29 water, electric and sewer sites with 5 being pull-thru sites. It has 22 water and electric sites with 5 being pull-thru sites. All sites are open to both RV and tent campers. Camp Burson is also the only campground at Hungry Mother State Park that has free wi-fi. It has been donated by the Friends of Hungry Mother.
The Camp Burson campground is located 1 mile south of the park’s Discovery Center. The campground is connected to Hungry Mother’s trail system at the Lake Trail Loop at the Spillway.. The Lake Trail Loop runs along the lake side for 1 mile connecting Camp Burson to the main part of the park. .
Reservations for any campground at Hungry Mother State Park can be madeonline or by calling 1-800-933-7275. Reservations are taken for specific campgrounds however, site location is on a first come, first serve basis.