Campsites

NEW: Camp sties only Check in anytime after 2pm / Check out 12:00pm

Campsites are a per person rate, please give us a call or email for details.

NEW: TENT CAMPSITES – STARTING MAY 17, 2024
$53 for 1-2 people per night / $16 extra per person, per night, from 3-6 people. Plus tax.

Check our rates here: https://limberlostforest.com/rates/

We offer many different styles of campsites throughout the reserve. From traditional tent sites tucked in the woods to heated “Glamping” cabins for those that value a bit more comfort. Please note during colder months our heated camping cabins help cut the edge of the cold, you still need to come prepared.

All sites come with a firepit, picnic table, and a private outhouse, but many sites have even more features.

We also have Canoe Rentals available that can be delivered right to your site during your stay. Please give us 24hrs notice if you would like a canoe delivered.

Fishing, Fireworks, ATV/Snowmobiles, RV’s, pop up trailers and tear drop trailers are NOT permitted on the Limberlost Forest property.

Explore our options below to see photos and descriptions for every site:

Overview map showing locations of campgrounds.

Click on an area map below to see more!

Camping cabins featuring a propane heater for camping all winter long! Or for just greater comfort in the rest of the year.
Centrally-located sites along the southern shore of Buck, with great access to the trail network.
Well forested sites ringing the southern shore of Lake Solitaire.
Our two most private sites, each on their own lake!
Cozy, well established sites directly on the shoreline, parking on the roadside.
Large, open sites with on-site parking. Set back 10-15m from the shoreline.
Large, open sites with on-site parking. Set back 10-15m from the shoreline.


What to bring SUMMER camping: short list                                             

  • Tent
  • Sleeping camp pads or inflatable mattress
  • Sleeping bag, blankets, pillow
  • All Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, soap, tooth paste & brush, toilet paper, paper towel etc.)
  • Camp stove
  • Camp kitchen, cooler, wash basin, refillable water bottles
  • Books, games 
  • Flashlight
  • Raincoat, bug jacket 
  • Camping hatchet
  • Screened in gazebo, relief from bug, bug spray, afterbite
  • Anything that you feel that will add to your comfort.

What’s to bring WINTER camping: short list

  • Tent (unless in a camping cabin)
  • Camping cabins acts as your tent, you still need to bring your camp pads, sleeping cot or air mattress.
  • Sleeping camp pads or inflatable mattress (winter rated is best)
  • Sleeping bag, blankets, pillow (winter rated sleeping bags recommended)
  • All Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, soap, tooth paste & brush, toilet paper, paper towel etc.)
  • Camp stove
  • Camp kitchen, cooler, wash basin, refillable water bottles
  • Books, games 
  • Flashlight
  • Hot water bottle (good for inside your sleeping bag)
  • Camping hatchet
  • Extra thermal clothing, socks, snow pants, hats, mitts etc
  • Come prepared for the cold!