From air conditioned to open air, electricity to open flame, Lake Rawlings can provide the kind of camping fun you are looking for.
Whether you are here to dive or just to enjoy the outdoors, stay the night and make some new friends!
NOTE: Camping fees do not include admission fees, all camping categories.Hours Of Operation
We now have several picnic shelters scattered around the property, mostly up near the staging area; there are ten shelters all total, with more in the works.
We have two styles: 12'x20' and 18'x20'. All shelters are attached to a concrete slab with 7' legs and gable ends. The color of all are blue. Shelters can be reserved for $25 for the weekend (includes Friday thru Sunday, and holiday whenever it occurs), and $15 per day on weekdays.
The Lake Rawlings staff were not the only ones who worked long and hard over the winter, Pat and Ed now has a new place where you can eat in or enjoy your great meal outside on the deck.
Scuba Camps! P&E will be offering the same pricing for your dining pleasure as they did last year. Great food at a great price and no one can say they leave hungry with these two cookin.
(For a complete description of park regulations, see the Procedures & Rules section.)
Lake Rawlings has instituted strict rules for campfires to ensure the safety of everyone. Click here for more information. Here is a summary: All campfires must be approved. Campfires are confined to existing fire rings. Campers may not move or create new fire rings. A full 5-gallon water bucket will be on hand at each fire ring for those building fires. NO CAMPFIRES IN LOT "C", WHICH IS THE RV HOOK-UP AREA. Click here for more information.
We Sell Ice!
Yes, that frozen water that keeps your drinks cold is now offered in 8 pound bags for $2.00 per bag, or you can fill your cooler by the scoop at $0.50 per scoop (minimum $2).
Help keep Lake Rawlings clean! Trash bags and open food containers will attract wild animals. Make sure you bag and tie your garbage and place it inside one of the trash dumpsters.
Pets are welcome at Lake Rawlings, but please make sure to keep them under control and pick up after them immediately. Large dogs must be leashed, and any animal trained to attack, bite, or guard is not permitted.
Quiet hours are from 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM. Please respect those who are trying to sleep.