Camping areas in Marshall County that are maintained by the Marshall County Conservation Board
Marshall County Conservation Board currently has two parks that camping is allowed. Both campsite are on a first come/first served basis.
MCCB Rules and Regulations regarding camping:
- Camp sites may not be reserved.
- When any campground is open and in a usable condition all charges and fees shall be in effect and shall be enforced as set forth in the official fee schedule approved by the Board. Registration, including person’s name and address, is required prior to setting up camp.
- No camping party or camping unit of any kind shall occupy any campground more than fourteen days out of any twenty eight day period. On all parks or areas with more than one campground this shall apply to the entire area and all campgrounds in the area.
- A member of the registered camping party shall occupy each campsite or camping unit on the first night of the camping period and no campsite or camping unit shall be left unoccupied by the camping party for more than twenty four hours. Unattended camping equipment still in place beyond the twenty four hour limit is subject to impoundment. Camping equipment which may be impounded shall be removed and disposed of as provided by law.
- It shall be unlawful for more than one camping party or camping unit to occupy a campsite.
- It shall be unlawful to park any motor vehicle outside the parking area designated at each campsite, and not more than two licensed vehicles are permitted to any campsite.
- No person shall camp in any portion of a county park or preserve other than areas designated by the Board.
- All campers shall maintain quiet and avoid excessive noise in the campgrounds between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.
- Campers shall restore their campsite to the same approximate condition or better than when they found it.
Complete List of MCCB Park Rules and Regulations: