Fred Hayes State Park at Starvation

Facilities

Amenities By Map

Facility amenities are listed below.  If you want to see locations of facilities and their layout, or prefer to see the map version of amenities, please click on the “map” and “publications” tabs on the primary park web page.  You can see individual campsite amenities by zooming the map in to the sites and clicking on them.

Beach Campground:  Flush restrooms with hot showers, electricity in every site, water in every site, fire pits in every site, picnic tables in every site, and shade shelters in sites 1-15 and 18-24.  Sewer in sites 1 and 18.  Sites that are closest to the water include 3-15.

Mountain View Campground:  Family style flush restrooms with hot showers, electricity in every site, water in every site, fire pits in every site, picnic tables in every site, and shade shelters in sites 9-22 and 28-41.  Sewer in sites 24-27.  Sites that are closest to the water include 6-20.

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Cabins: King’s Peak, Black Tail, Lookout and Tabby:$65 per night with a $100 refundable cleaning deposit

Each cabin provides:

– Sleeps up to six; one queen-sized bunk bed and futon couch that can fold into a bed

– Lighting, electricity and cooling/heating unit

– Small microwave and refrigerator

– Table and 4 chairs

– Locking door by numbered keypad

– Fire pit with barbeque grill

– Picnic table

– Restrooms with showers nearby

 Visitors should bring:

– Bedding, such as sleeping bags and/or sheets, blankets and pillows

– Camping-style cookware and cooking supplies

– Eating utensils

– Towels and washcloths

Additional information

– No pets or smoking allowed

– $100 cleaning deposit required at check in. Light cleaning upon leaving

– Check-in: 3 p.m. – Check-out: Noon

Group Area:  Flush restrooms with hot showers, five RV sites with electricity and water, large group fire pit, two large barbecue grills, picnic tables under a large pavilion, large parking area, and tent pads.

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Indian Bay Campground:  24 partially developed sites with a level parking area, fire ring and picnic table.  1 group area with fire ring, tables and large pavilion.  A small overflow area without amenities.  All sites (minus overflow area) can be reserved.  Three vault toilets are dispersed throughout the campground.

Rabbit Gulch Campground:  Primitive campground with developed and undeveloped sites.  The developed area, west end, has 27 campsites (see “publications” tab on main park page for layout of campground) with vault toilets, tables, fire rings and some pavilions, that can be reserved.  In the undeveloped area, campers are allowed to camp where they desire and may or may not have a picnic table. Vault toilets are dispersed throughout the campground. There is an RV sewer dump provided at the entrance but it does not have running water.

Rabbit Gulch Campground

Juniper Point:  Primitive campground without individual sites.  Campers are allowed to camp where they desire and may or may not have a picnic table. Two vault toilets dispersed throughout the campground.

Knight Hollow:  Primitive campground without individual sites.  Campers are allowed to camp where they desire and may or may not have a picnic table. Three vault toilets dispersed throughout the campground.

Boat Ramp/docks:  One large 4-lane cement boat ramp with a wedge dock in the middle, two large courtesy docks (one has eight wings and the other has four), eight overnight slip rentals on courtesy dock, lighting, concession building and a fish cleaning station.