Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park Campground

Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park Campground Overview

Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park is home to the Chaw’se Regional Indian Museum and North America’s largest collection of motor cups.  The campground is small with 22 sites set among pine, cedar and oak trees.  It’s a very peaceful area and a great place to learn about our Native American culture. Each campsite has a table, fire ring and grill. There are flush toilets and showers at the campground, but no hookups or dump station.

  • Management:
  • Reservations:
  • Coordinates:
    Lat. 38.424630 / Long. -120.642188
  • Elevation:
    1,200
  • Season:
    Year Round
  • Campsites:
    22
  • Toilets:
    Flush
  • Water:
    Yes
  • Hookups:
    No
  • Showers:
    Yes
  • Dump Station:
    No
  • Fire Pits:
    yes
  • Picnic Tables:
    yes
  • Area Features:
    Native American Historic Sites, Hiking, Biking, Wildlife Viewing
  • Weather:
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