FAQ

Camping

Can I reserve campsites?

No.  All 3 of our campgrounds are  first come, first served campgrounds.  You may come early and park a vehicle or pitch a tent on a site.  But you must pay for all nights that the site is occupied, whether you are present or not.

Can I reserve a campsite at Siems Park?

No.  All 3 of our campgrounds are  first come, first served campgrounds.  You may come early and park a vehicle or pitch a tent on a site.  But you must pay for all nights that the site is occupied, whether you are present or not.

Can I reserve a campsite at Burt Lake?

No.  All 3 of our campgrounds are  first come, first served campgrounds.  You may come early and park a vehicle or pitch a tent on a site.  But you must pay for all nights that the site is occupied, whether you are present or not.

Can I reserve camp sites?

No.  All 3 of our campgrounds are  first come, first served campgrounds.  You may come early and park a vehicle or pitch a tent on a site.  But you must pay for all nights that the site is occupied, whether you are present or not. 

Can I reserve campsites at Smith Lake?

No.  All 3 of our campgrounds are  first come, first served campgrounds.  You may come early and park a vehicle or pitch a tent on a site.  But you must pay for all nights that the site is occupied, whether you are present or not.

General Questions

What is the minimum length at which I can keep a bass at Smith Lake?

All bass under 18 inches must be immediately released back into the water at Smith Lake.  Bass are the main predator in the lake.  They keep the panfish from overpopulating.

Rules

What are the rules for the park?

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Is there a length limit on bass caught at Siems Park?

The minimum length limit on largemouth bass caught at Siems Park is 15 inches.    This is to ensure a healthy population of panfish at the park.  Leaving the smaller bass in the water allows them to keep the bluegills and crappies from overpopulating. 

What are the park rules?

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What is the minimum length at which I can keep a bass at Smith Lake?

All bass under 18 inches must be immediately released back into the water at Smith Lake.  Bass are the main predator in the lake.  They keep the panfish from overpopulating.