Hillsdale State Park
Activities in the park
7 campgrounds in Hillsdale State Park
Saddle Ridge Campground is geared toward the outdoorsmen (or women) who gallops rather than walks—atop of a horse, that is. Line by numerous campsites, all reservations must be made at least two-days prior to arrival.
Located on one of the newest reservoirs in the state, Scott Creek Campground gives you hard-to-beat access to the glistening waters of Hillsdale. Tucked away in rolling hills, you won’t want to pack up camp anytime soon. Bring your fishing rod, swim trunks, and plenty of chocolate and marshmallows, cause this place is overflowing with those perfec Read more...
Rabbit Ridge Campground places you right on the pristine shores of Hillsdale. That means you are in the ideal spot to partake in a bit of fishin’, lawn chair chillaxin’, and fireside grilling. There are also plenty of trails just waiting for you to explore. So let’s review your game plan: pitch tent near shimmering lake waters, drink in views of t Read more...
Located alongside the comely shores of the Hillsdale Reservoir sits Russell Crites, an amassing of both primitive and modern campsites. Here, you’ll be able to access the area’s trailheads and ease any woes you might have about arriving at said campsite…only to find out it’s already been taken; all of Russell Crites campsites are reservable.
Dotted with dozens of modern campsites, Pintail Point Campground sits among the parks 12,000-acres of thick, pristine vegetation. And, inundated by warm showering unites, your reservable campsite will be one of the most accommodating in the area!
Sorry RV-ers, you’re going to have do without your ignition engine propelled campers this weekend. While Quail Run Campground might not consist of hook-up sites, it does, however, boast a wide array of both primitive and modern campsites. And, better yet, they’re all available for reservation, huzzah!