US Army Corps of Engineers
Baltimore District







 



Our campground is hosted by four full time park attendants and two volunteer hosts that are dedicated to make your stay with us at the Robert W. Craig Campground as enjoyable as possible. This family oriented campground is spaciously located on the hills above the lake. The campground has 68 campsites, all of which have electrical services. The facility has hot showers, water hydrants every third or fourth site, and flush toilets at the washhouse and in the back loop comfort station. The campground also features a playground for children, campground store, horseshoe pits, and an amphitheater for evening programs presented by the ranger staff on Saturday nights. A large group picnic shelter with electricity, potable water, a full basketball court and horseshoe pits is also available. The ranger staff as well as the campground hosts will be happy to register any fish caught for our "Catch of the Month" contest. In addition, the "High Timber" and "Sunset" trails are provided for your hiking enjoyment. The "High Timber Trail" is a 3/4 mile tree identification trail while the Sunset Trail offers the hiker a panoramic view of the back of the dam and breathtaking sunsets.

 

Reservations: To make your camping reservations please visit www.recreation.gov and search for the Robert W Craig Campground, or call 1-877-444-6777 and request a reservation for the Robert W Craig Campground.

Camping Overview

Here's some basic information to assist you in making your stay at Jennings Randolph Lake an enjoyable experience.

TELEPHONE - A public pay phone is located at the washhouse.

CAMP FEES - Robert W. Craig Memorial Campground - $22.00/per night for electric and $26.00/per night for family sites. Registration fees are not refundable except in the most extreme circumstances.

REGISTRATION - Check with Park Attendant for specific procedures. Persons must be 18 years of age or older to register for campsites. Check in time is 2:00 PM. Check out time is 12:00 PM daily. If you plan to extend your stay, you must re-register by 10:00 AM by contacting the Park Attendant. Camping equipment or other property cannot be left unattended at a campsite for the purpose of holding the site for future occupancy. Such property will be impounded and the owner charged for storage. Visitors to your site are required to contact the Park Attendant and request a Visitor Pass before proceeding to the campsite.

CAMPING REGULATIONS

1.       There will be no pre-registration of campsites unless site has been reserved through Park-Net. Campsites assigned at the entrance station will be on a first come basis only. Camping is permitted only at numbered campsites. Each site is restricted to a maximum of 8 persons, including visitors. Two camping units are permitted at each site, with the second one being a tent. The length of a stay is limited to 14 days during any 30-day period. The digging or leveling of any campsite is prohibited. Camping equipment will be completely removed and the site cleaned before departure. Quiet hours are enforced from 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM. The person registering for the site is responsible for the actions of others at their campsite. Collecting fallen trees or branches for firewood is permitted in the campground area, but cutting standing dead timber, driving nails into trees, breaking limbs, or otherwise defacing live trees or shrubbery is prohibited.

PARKING - A designated Overflow parking lot for camper and visitor parking is available near the entrance station.  All vehicles must display the authorized CAMPERS pass while in the campground.

PETS - Pets are permitted anywhere in the campground, except in the restroom facilities, however, they must be physically restrained at all times by either being in a pet cage or on a leash no more than six feet long. Properly dispose of your pets waste while camping and before leaving.

FIRES - Fires are restricted to the fire rings provided at each site. All fires must be extinguished before leaving. Do not put lighted charcoal grills on picnic tables. Use of chainsaws in the developed recreation area is prohibited.

A complete copy of the rules and regulations governing the public use of this project are posted on the bulletin board at the washhouse. If you have any questions regarding the rules, please consult park personnel.