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2019 Camping Season
March 4: Reservations open for May 3 – June 20
March 11: Reservations open for June 21 – July 25
March 18: Reservations open for July 26 – September 5
March 25: Reservations open for September 6 – October 20
Open weekends only from May 3–19 and September 14–October 20.
Open daily from May 24–September 14.
*A reservation link will be made available as booking dates open. Reservations open at 7AM on each of the aforementioned dates.
Reservation System Operation
All reservations are made on a first come first serve basis. Reservations are not complete (i.e. sites are not officially reserved) until the transaction has been fully processed. There are four steps in the transaction process:
The Trustees are committed to making the reservation process as fair as possible for all members of the public. Please be mindful that, due to increasing demand and limited camp sites, reservations are made very quickly.
(1 night, Mon–Thurs)
|$31.50/$35 per night||$27/$30 per night|
(2 nights, Fri–Sat or Sat–Sun)
|$67.50/$75 per two nights||$63/$70 per two nights|
Please note: Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, and Columbus Day weekends are minimum 3-night bookings.
Tully Lake check-in time is at 2PM and check-out time is 12Noon.
When reservations open, here are a few things to remember:
Group Camping Policy
Note: Group discounts apply to the Group Site only (Site 26A,B,C). Group site reservations must be made between February 1 – 28. Please call to make camping arrangements.
What are cyanobacteria blooms?
Over the last few years we have experienced cyanobacteria blooms at Tully. Cyanobacteria, also called blue-green algae, is a naturally occurring organism that, Generally, it loves and grows well in the same warm and relatively dry weather that we like to camp in!
The blooms are a concern to both The Trustees and the Army Corps of Engineers. We continue to work with our Consultant and water quality experts from the Corps to closely monitor the cyanobacteria population in Tully Lake. We do regular testing and when cyanobacteria concentrations become elevated, we recommend (and post) that people and pets should avoid swimming. Once the high population of cells and toxins are flushed from the lake ( two ‘clear’ tests, 5 days apart), the water is safe for swimming again and the public is notified.