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Eleven Mile State Park - Camping at Rocky Ridge B-Loop

​Camping at all state parks now requires a reservation. 

For more information, see the camping reservations page.


Campsite reservations may be made by:

Eleven Mile State Park has 325 campsites in nine separate campgrounds scattered around the lake. From basic and walk in sites to electric or lakeshore sites, there is something for every camping style. 

  • View the park map.
  • View the fees for camping and other fee information.
  • Visitors are required to display both a vehicle pass and have a valid reservation.
  • Please see the conditions page for the all seasons and hours.

Campgrounds

Rocky Ridge Campground

  • Rocky Ridge campground offers the only electrical sites in the park nestled among rocky outcrops, along with non-electric sites with trees. 
  • Loops A, B and D offer 52 electrical hookups (30 amps, no trees). 
  • Loops C and E have some shade/trees.
  • B-E Loops are closed in the off season.

North Shore Campground

The North Shore campgrounds offer open lakeshore sites and convenient access to boat ramps.

Stoll Mountain, Cross Creek, Lazy Boy, Rocking Chair, Howbert Point, and Witcher's Cove Campgrounds

A setup campsite

The Stoll Mountain, Cross CreekLazy BoyRocking ChairHebert Point, and Witcher's Cove campgrounds are less crowded, but they also tend to be more exposed to weather conditions. 

Backcounty Campsites

    • The 14 backcountry sites are secluded sites located on a wooded peninsula that are perfect for those who are seeking fewer neighbors and who are willing to hike in with their supplies in to their sites.
    • Some backcountry campsites have shade/trees.
    • You will have to hike in from a 1/2 mile to 3/4 of a mile into these sites carrying your equipment.
    • Wagons are not recommended as it is not a level trail.

Accessible Campsites

Universal access sites are located at Rocky Ridge sites #01 and 11 and North Shore site #239.

Campground Rules

 See the Fees page for campsite pricing information.

  • Park overview map
  • Check-in time is 1:00 p.m.  Check-out time is noon.
  • Thank you for keeping all vehicles strictly on the campsite parking pads. Parking on vegetation may result in a fine.
  • Use the dry dump stations to dispose of waste, sewage, and dirty water (dishwater). It is illegal to dump anywhere else.
  • A maximum of six people, two motorized vehicles and one camping unit is allowed per site.
  • Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. and all generators, radios, and other loud noises that may disturb other campers are prohibited during these hours.
  • Please make sure all garbage has been removed from your campsite each night and use the bear-proof garbage cans located around the park.
  • Campsite parking is only for visitors with campsite reservations for their specific sites. Visitors who are here for the day (day-use only) may not park in designated campsites.
  • Please be aware that you are not allowed to attach items to trees and shrubs.
    • These items include, but are not limed to: hammocks, close lines, dog leashes, cables, cable runs, shade canopies, rope swings and tarps for shade or for wind blocks or privacy. 
    • These items can damage the protective bark of trees and shrubs by cinching things around them. Damage to the bark can allow the potential of parasites and disease to get into the tree/shrub that can have an effect on its longevity and health of surrounding trees and shrubs.

Please see the facility page for information on what facilities are available and the conditions page for seasons and hours information.


A Word About Wildlife In The Park

Black bear near a campsiteThe surrounding mountains are home to a wide variety of animals, including black bear that periodically roam through Eleven Mile's campgrounds. Please make sure that all garbage has been removed from your campsite each night. The park has bear-proof garbage cans in all locations around the park. These cans have simple, but effective, locking lids. Please remember to re-lock the can after use. Un-locked garbage cans do no good and can provide a temptation to bears during their nightly prowls.