Custer State Park Campgrounds
Custer State Park campgrounds offer a variety of scenic sites. Set up camp along a flowing stream, in the midst of pine forest, or near a mountain lake. The choice is yours!
Collected daily and are based on the number of camping units in your party. A camping unit is a powered vehicle, motor home, camping bus, pull-type camper, tent or any other device designed for sleeping.
Purchase at the Custer State Park's resort areas or convenience stores. Out of state firewood may not be brought into the park.
Presented nightly at campground amphitheaters between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Program listings and other information are found on each of the campground's bulletin boards.
The French Creek Horse Camp is designed specifically for campers with horses. Reservations are required.
These one-room, log-style cabins are found in Blue Bell, Game Lodge, and Stockade South campgrounds as well as in French Creek Horse Camp. Each cabin has heating, air conditioning, electricity and a porch. Furnishings include a bunk bed, a double bed, table and benches.
Each campsite at Custer State Park has a gravel or paved camping pad, a fire grate and picnic table. Electric hookups are available in most campgrounds.
All campgrounds except Center Lake offer flush toilets and showers. Center Lake has showers and vault toilets.
For a more primitive outdoor experience, backpackers will find the French Creek Natural Area much to their liking. Hikers using this area can camp anywhere in the canyon bottom, but open fires are prohibited.
Non-profit Youth Camping Areas
The park offers two primitive areas (tent camping only) for non-profit youth groups to use for a reduced fee.