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.
Eleven Mile State Park has 52 electric sites with 30 amp service located in Rocky Ridge Loops A, B and D. There are no electrical sites by the water.
Sites with some shade will only be found in either the Backcountry Campground or Rocky Ridge Campground C or E Loops as those are the only areas with any trees, but not all sites in those areas have trees.
Please be aware that you are not allowed to attach items to trees and shrubs at Eleven Mile State Park. These items include but are not limed to: hammocks, clotheslines, dog leashes, cables, cable runs, shade canopies, rope swings and tarps for shade, for wind blocks, or for privacy. We are trying to protect the natural resources at Eleven Mile State Park and unfortunately these items can damage the protective bark of trees and shrubs by cinching them. Damage to the bark can allow potential parasites and disease to get into the tree/shrub, affecting its longevity and the health of surrounding trees and shrubs.
October 15th each year we close Rocky Ridge B-E Loops. They remain closed through March 31st the following year.
For more information, see the Camping page.
Note: The park does not have group camping facilities.