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Mist on Tully Lake
Photo: Monkman

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Camping at Tully

2020 Camping Season

May 1st - October 12th

March 2: Reservations open for May 1 – June 18
March 9: Reservations open for June 19 – July 23
March 16: Reservations open for July 24 – August 27
March 23:  Reservations open for August 27 – October 12

Please note:
Daily camping Memorial Day Weekend, May 22 to September 13.
Weekends only May 1 to May 18 and September 18 to October 12.

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Events & Programs

There’s always something going on at Tully Lake Campground; boat tours, history walks, nature presentations, family adventures and kids activities to name a few. Call or email the campground to see if there are any scheduled programs happening, or to request a certain program or activity. Also, be sure to check out our event listings online.

Check-in Time / Check-Out Time

Check-in: 2PM, Check-out: 12Noon

Have questions about camping at Tully? Read our Camping FAQs.

Rentals and Other Fees

  • Firewood: $10
  • Ice: $2.50 /  bag 
  • Disc Golf Rental: $5
  • Mountain Bike Rentals: $20/day
  • Canoe & Kayak Rentals:
    Rental Term
    2-hour $27/$30 $18/$20
    4-hour $45/$50 $31.50/$35
    1-day $72/$80 $49.50/$55
    2-day $108/$120 $85.50/$95
    3-day $135/$150 $117/$130
    5-day $180/$200 $162/$180

For the safety and enjoyment of all of our guests, we ask you to please respect the following regulations when you visit Tully Lake Campground:

  • Pets are allowed and must be kept on leash and cleaned up after. Owners must present a copy of proof of rabies vaccination.
  • Alcohol is not permitted.
  • No more than two 4-person tents and one tarp/screen tent is allowed per site.
  • An adult must accompany all campers under the age of 18.
  • Quiet hours are between 10PM and 7AM.
  • Please no portable electronic devices that can be heard from neighboring sites
  • Firewood is available for sale. To eliminate the spread of infectious insects and diseases to trees, we no longer allow wood from home.
  • Collection of dead loose wood from the ground IS allowed, removing live trees and branches is NOT.
  • Swimming and wading IS allowed at the camper’s own risk.
  • Food should not be left at sites unattended. Please bring locking storage or bring food back to your vehicle when not at your site.
  • Dishes must be washed at the outside sinks at the comfort station, not in the lake or at sites.
  • The possession of firearms, or other projectile firing devices is prohibited (pellet guns, bows, etc.)
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