Timberhill Reservable Area

 

Camping Area

Amenities

Wagon Wheel Lodge

Indoor heated camping facility with electric (reservable seasonally)
Showers & flush restrooms
Full kitchen
Bunk beds with mattresses
Indoor fireplace
Outdoor fire ring & grill

Happy Hollow Groupsite

Tent camping site
5 wooden tent platforms (no tents)
Equipped with picnic tables & fire pit
Electric building with refrigerator
Outside restrooms
Water nearby

Cricket Crest Groupsite

Tent camping site
Equipped with picnic tables & fire pit
3 small camper cabins (2-4 cots with mattresses in each)
Electric building with refrigerator
Outside restrooms
Water nearby

Tree House Groupsite

Tent camping site
3 raised wooden platforms with seasonally tarped roofs
Cots not provided
Equipped with picnic shelter with picnic tables
Electric building with refrigerator
Fire pit with benches
Outside restrooms
Water nearby

Hill and Dale Groupsite

Tent camping site
Cots not provided
Equipped with 6 wooden platforms, seasonally with tents
Picnic tables & fire pit
Electric building with refrigerator
Outside restrooms
Water nearby

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GENERAL CAMPGROUND RULES

  • Check-In at 3:00 p.m. and Check-Out 12:00 p.m. day of departure
  • Alcoholic Beverages are PROHIBITED in this park.
  • Fires are permitted only in stoves, grills, or in designated areas.
  • NEVER LEAVE FIRES UNATTENDED. Do not move fire rings.
  • Water is available at hydrant in front of Park Manager’s office.
  • All sites include picnic table and fire ring.
  • Use of firearms and fireworks is strictly prohibited in all areas of the park.
  • Walk-in campers are welcome; however, sites reserved in advance will be marked. If walk-in campers occupy a reserved site, they will have to move to an unoccupied site.
  • There is NO Dump Station at this park.
  • Camping is permitted in designated areas only and is limited to no more than 14 days within a 30 day period.
  • Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash, no longer than 6’ in length. Please clean up after your pets.
  • Quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Electronic devices and voices must be kept down to a minimum so as not to disturb others.
  • Any person under 18 years of age wanting to reserve an individual campsite must have written consent of parent or guardian. The written consent shall include full name and address of parent or legal guardian, a telephone number where parent or guardian can be reached at all times, the park location, and camping dates.
  • Invasive pests, such as the Emerald Ash Borer, can destroy our forests.  To minimize this danger, movement of firewood in or out of all MetroParks is prohibited.  Firewood must be purchased for $5/bundle from MetroParks by calling the Administrative Office at 513.867.5835 by noon on the Wednesday prior to your arrival.  
  • For more information or general assistance call our Administration Office at 513.867.5835 Monday - Friday before 5:00 p.m.