Going Camping? Register Online!

Lauren Kurkowski

Campsite reservation is finally catching up with the 21st century. Campers can now reserve local Coon Fork Lake campsites online.

The new online reservation form is built to be user-friendly and convenient. Just pick your dates from their handy calendar and, voila, it lists the available campsites. Another neat feature: there is a picture for each listed campsite.  You can literally see the available sites and choose whichever you find most suitable.

The online reservation system does charge a $2 fee. If you want to bypass this reservation fee, you can register the “old” way by printing and completing a reservation form and returning it to the Administrative Office in Altoona.

Coon Fork Lake County park opens for the regular season May 1, 2012.

If you’re thinking about camping, check out some great local opportunities right here!