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Overnight lodging

log-sided cabin with beach towels hanging off porch

Overnight lodging

Want to go camping but want to pack a little lighter or have a roof over your head? There are many overnight lodging options available in state parks and recreation areas from cabins, yurts and safari-style tents to lodges and cottages with many of the amenities of home. There are pop-up campers, cottages and domes too! Overnight lodging reservations can be made up to a year in advance.

Additionally, there are many small businesses that offer RV rentals in state parks and recreation areas.

Camper cabins

These 400-square-foot cabins are often located on scenic lots overlooking lakes, bays and rivers. Typically, the cabins sleeps up to six and they're outfitted with two sets of bunk beds, a futon, electrical outlets, shelves for food and supplies, a fire circle and picnic tables. You must supply your own bedding, dishes and cookware. Showers and bathroom facilities are located nearby.

Yurts

Yurts are sturdy, tent-like structures made with insulated canvas exteriors and interior wood latticework. They are outfitted with tables, chairs, bunkbed, armoires, a woodstove (with cooktop) and small propane grills (propane not included). You must supply your own bedding, dishes and cookware. Showers and bathroom facilities are located nearby.

Tepees

Tepees have a solid floor, closeable flaps and sleep up to four people in bunk beds or cots. You must supply your own bedding, dishes and cookware. Showers and bathroom facilities are located nearby.

Find tepees at the following locations

teepee in campsite with trees in background

Pop-up campers

Campers come with some camping necessities for a hassle-free camping experience.