Originally referring to people living out in the boondocks, boondocking was born.Parking in a parking lot is not really out in the boondocks but it is still dry camping.Tenters welcome, Wi-Fi, softball fields, volleyball, horseshoes. Many pull-through and back-in sites to accommodate large RVs. Indoor bathhouses have hot showers, flush toilets, sinks, heat, and electric outlets. Walk-in reservations are taken on a first come first serve basis, or make your advance reservations online. Tent & RV camping; full hookups or electric & water; daily, weekly, monthly, off-season rates.
Dry camping, referring to no water/sewer hookups, can be done in many RV parks, state parks, forest parks or Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land locations.
And technically, you can park (not camp, no chairs, awnings, etc.) in any public place where signage doesn't say otherwise.
Lake Sakatah is 3 1/2 miles long by 3/4 of a mile across, which makes it large enough for many water activities.
RV/Tent Sites: You can choose between no hookups, water & electric or water, electric & sewer. Campfire / Picnic Table: For your families enjoyment, we provide a picnic table and campfire area at each site.
We have campfire wood available for purchase at our general store.
Free Wireless Internet: Available in over 99% of our grounds. Security: Kamp Dels is a family oriented campground.
You will find our courteous staff ready to make your stay an enjoyable one.
Kamp Dels runs 1/2 mile along the north shore of Lake Sakatah allowing for a beautiful view.
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