Creating a Better Camping Experience
Welcome! The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers maintains and operates these campgrounds for your enjoyment. Please abide by the following rules which were made for your safety and the protection of the natural resources. A variety of local maps and brochures are available from Park Attendants and the Lake Red Rock Visitor Center. Please report any problems you encounter so that we may take appropriate action to resolve them. Our goal is to make your visit a pleasant one.
A reservation must be made prior to occupying a site. Reservations can be made through Recreation One Stop at recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777. Please note: reservations cannot be made by calling local campgrounds or the Lake Red Rock project office.
Have the following information available when making a reservation:
- The name of the park and the campground
- The campsite number or type of site desired
- Arrival and departure dates
- Golden Age/Access Passport or America the Beautiful Senior/Access card number if you have one (card number must be provided when a reservation is made to receive the discount)
- Credit card number (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, JCP, and Union Pay accepted)
Group Camping Areas
There are two group camps in the Whitebreast campground. Every group camp is rented as a single block of sites. Group Camp 1 includes sites 114-125 ($240.00 per night) and Group Camp 2 includes sites 126-132 ($140.00 per night). Reservations can be made through Recreation One Stop at recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777.
Golden Age/Access or America the Beautiful Senor/Access cards do not apply toward the rental of group facilities.
Universally Accessible Sites
Designated sites are designed to accommodate users with disabilities. These sites may be reserved through Recreation One Stop at recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777. Please refer to a campground map for designated sites.
- Camping is permitted only at designated campsites.
- Camping units are restricted to on wheeled unit and two tents, or three tents per site.
- A maximum of eight persons per campsite is allowed.
- Parking or driving motor vehicles on the grass is not allowed. Please inform your visitors of this rule. Boat trailers may be parked on the grass.
- Motor vehicles shall be used only to enter or leave the campground and to access individual sites or facilities.
- Unlicensed motorized vehicles are not authorized on project roadways. This includes unlicensed mopeds, scooters, golf carts, etc. All ATV’s regardless of licensing are prohibited. All drivers of authorized motor vehicles must have a valid operators license for public roadways. No motor vehicles may be operated off roadways.
- Checkout time is 3:00 p.m. Please return your site occupied card to the fee booth when departing.
- Quiet must be maintained between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Visitors must leave the campground by 11:00 p.m.
- Campsites must be kept free of litter at all times. Remove all personal equipment and properly dispose of of trash upon departure.
- Gray water must be disposed of in sewage dump stations.
- All pets must be kept on a leash under six feet in length or otherwise physically restrained. Pet waste must be removed and disposed of properly.
- Fires are permitted only in fire rings, fireplace grills or charcoal burners. Extinguish fires prior to departing.
- Only dead wood on the ground can be collected for firewood. Do not destroy, deface or otherwise injure any standing timber or other vegetation.
- The possession of loaded firearms, bow and arrows, projectile firing devices, fireworks and explosives of any kind is prohibited.
- Overnight occupancy is not required of registered campers.
- Kegs are allowed on Corps of Engineers property by permit only.
- The speed limit in the campground is 15 mph.
- No camper or camping unit is allowed to stay within one campground for more than 14 total days within any 30-day period.
Campsite Registration Procedures
- A reservation must be made prior to occupying a campsite. Reservations can be made through Recreation One Stop at recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777.
- Check-in time is at 4:00 p.m.
- All campers must check in at the fee booth, preferably within one hour after arrival.
- If the booth is closed at the time of arrival, set up your campsite and return to the booth to check in during regular hours of operation.
- A site occupied card will be issued at check-in. Attach the card to the site number post on your campsite. Please return the card to the fee booth upon departure.