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Campgrounds/Areas
Osage Bluff
  • Camping Available: Yes
  • ADA Camping Available: No
  • Reservable Sites: No
  • Primitive Camping: 1
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    A back to nature area, Osage Bluff is located on the southwest end of the lake. It is a secluded wooded area where anyone who wants to "rough it" will enjoy themselves.

    Osage Bluff Campground

    Campsite- 1- primitive/tent

    This area is for a single campsite, or a single family unit.


Lonesome Point
  • Camping Available: Yes
  • ADA Camping Available: No
  • Reservable Sites: No
  • Primitive Camping: 1
  • Electric: 4
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    For those campers who prefer a little seclusion but still want the convenience of electricity, Lonesome Point Campground would be ideal. It is a wooded area on the south end of the lake. A small playground is available for youngsters, and a fish feeder a stones throw away for the fisherman.

    Lonesome Point Campground
    Fish Feeder off Lonesome Point

    Campsites: Pads are paved and level.

    4 sites- 30 amp electric/ NO water

    1 site- primitive/tent


Oak Point
  • Camping Available: Yes
  • ADA Camping Available: No
  • Reservable Sites: No
  • Primitive Camping: 26
  • Water, Electric: 30
  • Electric: 9
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    Oak Point Campground is the largest campground at Crawford State Park. The

    Tent sites at Oak Point Campground

    restroom/shower house, amphitheater, laundromat, and a playground are in this campground. While the north and west sides of the campground are bordered by the lake, the east side is bordered by a wooded area that hosts a hiking/biking trail and a bird watching area. Deer, racoons, squirrels, birds of all varieties and colors, and other animals can be seen in a natural habitat. Redbud trees offer splashes of color in the spring and fall brings vibrant reds and yellows to the parks varied and changing decor. Campsites are shaded with trees and have campfire rings, grills, and picnic tables.

     

    Northern end of Oak Point Campground

    Throughout Oak Point Campground, primitive sites line the shore. Utility sites are directly across the road from the primitive sites. At the northern end, nine electric only sites circle around a shady ane grassy area where children can run and play games. The playground is also located in the area as well as the amphitheatre and laundromat.

    The northern end of the campground has nine electric/no water RV sites. The restroom/shower house is located close to this area.

    Playground at Oak Point Campground
    Restroom/Shower House at Oak Point Campground
    Southern end of Oak Point Campground

    Primitive sites line the lake shore in Oak Point. Utility sites are just across the road facing the lake, each with a great view of the lake.

    Southern end of Oak Point Campground-lake on right

    Campsites: Sites are paved or concrete - None are reservable

    • Sites 1-26 are primitive/tent
    • Sites 1-4 are primitive/tent/Prime sites and are directly across from the restrooms/showers ($2.50 more per night April 1- Oct 1)
    • Sites 131-139 are 30 amp electric/ NO water
    • Sites 140-149 are 50 amp / water
    • Sites 150-169 are 30 amp / water

     


Cherokee Landing
  • Camping Available: Yes
  • ADA Camping Available: No
  • Reservable Sites: No
  • Primitive Camping: 1
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    Get back to nature at Cherokee Landing. This is a primitive site which is an old school open field campsite located in a wooded clearing. It also features a toadstool type shelter available to campers. This site is limited to one family or group and is located at the southern end of the lake.

    Cherokee Landing Campground

Facilities
Boat Ramp #1
  • Type of Facility: Boat Ramp
  • This facility is ADA accessible
  • Location of Facility: N37 38.684 W094 48.640
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    Boat ramp #1 i slocated on the east edge of the spillway on the west side of the dam. It is a two lane boat ramp. A nice multi-boat courtesy dock is adjacent to this ramp.


Shady Rest Cabin
  • Type of Cabin: Modern Cabin
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    Personal fireworks are not allowed at Crawford State Park.

    CRSP Cabin

    This is the front of the cabin, which faces the lake.

    View from Shady Rest Cabin toward the lake
    Dock at Shady Rest Cabin

    The largest cabin at Crawford State Park is called Shady Rest.

    Front view of Shady Rest Cabin

    It is a modern cabin, with central air-conditioning/heating and is located on the west side of the lake. It has a beautiful view and offers a year-round alternative to the camping experience. For those people who enjoy the outdoors but don’t want to, or can’t, “rough it,” the cabin is the answer. The cabin features easy access to the lake's fishing, boating, and water-skiing opportunities, by way of a brick walkway down to a large dock.

    CRSP Cabin

    Master bedroom

    The cabin sleeps nine (6 beds-3 full sized beds, one single bed, one trundle and one twin bunk bed. One full sized bed and the single bed are in a loft). The upstairs is accessible by ladder. Beds are fitted with mattresses only. You will need to bring your own bedding (full and twin size sheets), pillows, and blankets if desired.

    Shady Rest has a kitchenette (mini refrigerator, stove top/no oven, microwave, dishes and silverware for nine, pots and pans and coffee pot with filters provided, toaster), as well as a breakfast bar that seats eight.

    CRSP Cabin

    Kitchen area

    The living area has large windows and double front doors overlooking the lake, and a vaulted ceiling with ceiling fan that adds to its spaciousness.

    CRSP Cabin

    Living area

    The rest room has a large walk-in/w/c accessible shower. You will need to bring soap, shampoo, other toiletries, towels and wash cloths.

    Outside is a lovely front porch. There is a picnic table and fire pit for outdoor enjoyment.

    A television with basic cable TV is available for your indoor enjoyment.

    This is a house keeping cabin and must be cleaned before you check out.

    No camping is allowed in the cabin area.

    Pets are not allowed inside the cabin and must follow park leash laws and restrictions.

    Smoking is not allowed anywhere in the cabin. It is a smoke free cabin.

    No alcoholic beverages are allowed at this cabin.

    You must be 18 years or older to rent a cabin.

    Daily vehicle permits, or an annual vehicle permit is required on all vehicles entering the park.

    Reservations are accepted via the web site or through our office on a first come, first served basis.

    The cabin is reservable year-round. Reservations may be made up to a year in advance.

    Phone reservations require a credit card payment. Prices are subject to change.

    April 1- September 30 (Prime Season)

    • $110.00/night Friday & Saturday nights
    • $95.00/night Sunday through Thursday nights
    • Weekly-$665.00

    October 1- March 31

    • $95.00/night Friday and Saturday nights
    • $80.00/night Sunday through Thursday nights
    • Weekly-$550.00

    All reservations require payment for the total rental fee plus a non-refundable, non-transferable reservation fee.

    Please refer to information provided when you click on the reservation site for any updated information regarding making reservations, prices, and availability of the cabin.

    Cabin renters shall be responsible for full payment of any damages incurred during their length of stay.

    Shady Rest Cabin renters enjoying themselves

    Check-in time is 2:00 pm,

    Check-out time is 12:00 noon.

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