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at Harry S Truman State Park

Harry S Truman State Park offers basic and electric campsites. For a little extra space, try one of the park's family campsites. On-season (April through October) services include modern restrooms, a dump station, showers, water and laundry.  Current nightly camping fees can be found through Camping Fees on the right or by clicking here

Devil's Backbone Campground is open year-round; however, campers must follow carry-in, carry-out trash rules from December through February. Raccoon Ridge Campground is open March through November. Bobcat Run Campground is open March through October. Buck Ridge and Wild Turkey Ridge campgrounds are open April through October. Thorny Ridge Campground sites 150-166 and 195-197 are open March through October, while sites 167-194 are open April through October.

Reservations are accepted for on-season stays.  For weekend reservations, there is a required two-night minimum stay of Friday/Saturday.

The dump station, showerhouse and water are turned off during the off-season (November through March). Campers should bring their own potable water during this time.

To view campsite details, photos and availability, continue on to the reservation website. From there, you can select your desired dates and facility to begin the search. Printable campground maps are available below for your reference.

Harry S Truman State Park Bobcat Run Campground Map (PDF)

Harry S Truman State Park Buck Ridge Campground Map (PDF)

Harry S Truman State Park Devil's Backbone Campground Map (PDF)

Harry S Truman State Park Raccoon Ridge Campground Map (PDF)

Harry S Truman State Park Thorny Ridge Campground Map (PDF)

Harry S Truman State Park Wild Turkey Ridge Campground Map (PDF)

Campers planning to carry in firewood must comply with current firewood advisories.