Address 1: 19041 Highway 74
Open all Year: Yes
Number of Sites: 164
Full Hook: Yes
Picturesque limestone bluffs and deep ravines make Whitewater a very popular southeastern state park. The 2,700 acre park is an angler’s paradise with brown, brook, and rainbow trout swimming in the spring-fed Whitewater River and Trout Run Creek. Visitors enjoy a sandy swimming beach, a year-round visitor center, easy-to-challenging hiking trails, camping, a group camp, and a modern group center. Come in the winter to enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and stay at the group center in rustic, winterized cabins. All through the year, discover the natural and human history of the area at one of the many interpretive programs, visitor center exhibits or self-guided trails.
The noticeable lack of mosquitoes makes this a great park for camping. Sites are located in a variety of landscape areas from open and grassy to wooded and secluded.
All sites are 50-amp sites. All sites are handicapped accessible
RV Length Limit 50 Feet
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.
Handicapped Accessible Sites
Sites are located 300 to 650 yards from parking area.
Sites include a hand pump for water and vault toilets. Tents only.
Site 1 – located at the bottom of the hill with individual camping areas. Accommodates up to 50 people.
Site 2 – first campsite on the left. Accommodates up to 20 people.
Site 3 – slightly up a hill and will accommodate up to 30 people.
The Group Center is available year-round. It includes 8 cabins and can accommodate up to 132 people. Facilities include centrally-located bathrooms with showers, a modern kitchen, and dining hall. Cabins are heated. Call the park to reserve.