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Garvin Park offers 52 electrical sites and 8 non-electrical sites. All sites are overnight camping only. We do not offer seasonal sites. There is a 14-day maximum site occupancy rule before you must change sites. In addition to camping facilities, Garvin Park has five (5) large picnic shelters, and numerous picnic tables spread throughout the park. Four (4) shelters have electricity.
Lower Campground: Sites 1-16 (site#11 is host site). Sites 1-5 are reservable. All sites have electrical only. Please see reservation tab for more information.
There is a dump station, shower facility, vault toilets, playground and wood shed located in the lower campground.
Upper Campground: 14 Sites. Sites 26-30 are reservable. All sites have electrical only. Please see reservation tab for more information.
There is a shower facility, flush toilets, picnic shelter and playground located in the Upper Campground.
Horse Campground: 22 Sites. Sites 1-5 are reservable. All sites have electrical only. Please see reservation tab for more information. There are 11 paddocks on a first-come first-serve basis along with numerous tie-outs.
The shower facility and flush toilets are located next to the Horse Campground. There vault toilets located within the campground.
Park Lodge (Warming House): Atop the old tubing hill the Park Lodge can be rented for Day Use in all seasons. Great for family gatherings, Corporate Retreats / Workshops, and of course, winter sledding.
Picnic Shelters: Five (5) shelters are available on a first come-first serve basis. Most can accommodate a gathering of 12-15 comfortably with the Main Shelter allowing gatherings of 20+.
Garvin Park is nearly 800 acres with 15 miles of trails traversing the oak woodlands along the Cottonwood River in Lyon County - 13 miles South of Marshall. Garvin Park is an important site during spring and fall bird migration, and serves as suitable nesting habitat for birds such as Scarlet Tanager, American Redstart, and Wood Duck. Deer are common in the park and you may even see a fawn in early summer.