Lincoln County Parks and Campgrounds Open Today


The Parks Department will open single use camping sites at Moonshine Park, A.W. Jack

Morgan Park and Elk City Park. The campgrounds will open 12:00 noon today, June 26, 2020.

 All campsites will be on a first come basis. We do not take reservations for these

sites.

 All campsites will be limited to 10 people or less, 4 tents or less, 1 RV and 2

additional vehicles (total 3 vehicles).

 All Day Uses will be limited to no more people than 10 people in a group.

 The showers and group sites, at Moonshine Park, will not be opening.

 A limited number of sites will open at any campground, in areas where campsites

are in close proximity of each other, some sited will be closed.

 A sign will be posted “FULL” when the campground is full, and no overflow

camping will be permitted.

 Day Use of campsites will not be allowed.

 The use of PPE and Social Distancing is highly encouraged.


Check in / Check out:

The check in process is a self-service process, cash or check. Campers will select their

own site, fill out an envelope, insert payment and drop in payment box. The top portion of the

envelop is placed in the windshield of the registered vehicle, where it can be seen by park staff. There is no paperwork for check out. Moonshine Park Credit Card: Moonshine Park is the only County Park that accepts credit cards, this is also a self-operated pay station. The users will process their own transaction, through push button selection. After purchase, the printed ticket is placed in windshield of registered vehicle.

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