Jackson Lake Camping

Enjoy camping on the shore of Jackson Lake at the Signal Mountain or Lizard Creek Campgrounds!

Both campgrounds are first-come, first-serve (no reservations) and allow RVs up to 30 feet in length. Each campsite offers a picnic table and iron campfire ring. Both campgrounds offer restrooms with cold running water.  At Signal Mountain Lodge, we offer a Public Shower and Laundromat Facility for all park visitors.  

Only one vehicle and 6 people allowed per campsite. All pets must remain on a leash and must be attended at all times. Checkout time is 11:00 a.m. and the maximum stay allowed is 14 nights. Neither campground offers group campsites.

2017 Operating Dates

Signal Mountain Campground - First come, first serve (No Reservations)
Open May 12 - October 15, 2017
Campground fill times vary throughout the season so please try to arrive as early as possible
Mid June through mid August typical fill times average between 8:00am and 10:00am
For dates surrounding the Total Solar Eclipse (August 21, 2017), the campground demand is expected to be very high

2016 Rates (2017 rates will increase):

  • Standard Site: $24.00/night**
  • Electric Site: $47.00/night**
  • Dump station available
 


Lizard Creek Campground (no hook-ups) - First come, first serve (No Reservations)
Open June 9 - September 4, 2017
Campground fill times vary throughout the season so please try to arrive as early as possible
Mid June through mid August typical fill times average between 12:00noon and 3:00pm
For dates surrounding the Total Solar Eclipse (August 21, 2017), the campground demand is expected to be very high


2016 Rates (2017 rates will increase):

  • $24.00/night**
 

Both Campgrounds: campers without cars (hikers & cyclists) the cost is $10/person per night.

Above rates include tax.
**Senior and Access Pass Holders receive a $12.00 discount.

General Store
Located at Signal Mountain Lodge, our general store offers convenience items and snacks for camping, fishing and outdoor fun.

  • Organic and all natural food choices
  • Environmentally friendly product alternatives
  • Snacks and drinks
  • Fishing Supplies and bait
  • Camping gear
  • Toiletries
  • Gasoline
  • Ice

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