The Laurel Ridge Campground at Holliday Lake State Park opened March 1st.
These sites are big! Big enough to fit a 38 foot camper. Each site has a picnic table, a fire ring, and a lantern post. Each site also has a water spigot and an electrical post with 20, 30, and 50 amp service. These sites are for campers between 22 feet and 38 feet.
And did I mention the new bathhouse? It is a site to behold. It has men's and women's bathrooms.
Four showers. One is very handicap accessible and also beautiful. Skylights let in lots of natural light.
There is a new two-lane dump station. I know our campers are going to love that! Now when it's time to head out, they won't have to wait in line all day to empty their tanks.
Here's one of the skylights in the bath house. They are lovely and you just have to love all that natural light!
There are benches outside the bathhouse. I know these will come in handy when our campers are waiting for the rest of the family to finish up with showers and all. It's a good place to sit down and plan out your day of fun at the park.
Included in the Laurel Ridge Campground is a primitive group camping area. Look for a blog about that soon. Many of our regular campers have been asking for this for a long time and we're really happy to be able to offer this type of camping. Our "old" 30-site campground will now be called Redbud Campground. You'll be able to camp there with your tent or pop-up camper. It's also for smaller campers (up to 21 feet).
Now that you've seen just a taste of the Laurel Ridge Campground, I know you'll want to make a reservation for your trip here. Reservations can be made through our call center at 1-800-933-7275 Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm or you can book online anytime. Online reservations can be made up to midnight of the day prior to arrival. Same day camping reservations can be made up until 2:00 pm by calling the call center only. Reservations can be made up to 11 months in advance.