Named by Family Circle magazine to be one of the "Top Twenty Campgrounds in America,” Weldon Springs' campground offers a quiet and friendly atmosphere for a relaxing camping experience.
The traditional Class A campground has 75 campsites with electricity, vehicular access, sanitary dumping station, shower building, cooking grills, picnic tables, pit toilets and playground equipment and water hydrants throughout the campground. Weldon Springs’ campground is open year-round; the shower building closes in the fall and reopens in the spring. Areas for tent, backpack, large group and youth camping are also available. Primitive backpack campsites are located along Salt Creek. Please call ahead for conditions, as these sites could be flooded in spring. The shower buildings are closed by November 1 (maybe earlier if bad weather persists) and reopen May 1 (maybe earlier if weather allows). Camping and Group Camp Reservations are accepted through ReserveAmerica's online at www.reserveamerica.com.
Black Locust Group Camp (CURRENTLY CLOSED) can accommodate up to 300 campers at one time. Long Point is for youth groups only and can accommodate up to 50 campers. This group tent camping area is lakeside and located near the main campground. Amenities at Long Point include a shelter, water, fire rings and picnic tables.
Campers with disabilities have access to three campsites designed for special needs offer a large hard-surfaced pad. Privies and water are easily accessible.
Alcohol is not allowed in the tent camping area, primitive backpack sites, and the Black Locust and Long Point Group Camps.