There are 68 campsites for campers along
roadways, grass for tenting, shaded sites along beautiful Sunset Bay on
Lake Okabena and 63 sites provide electric hookups.
There are clean modern restrooms with flush toilets and hot showers,
laundry tubs, lighted shelter house, grills, picnic tables, fire rings,
firewood, hiking, swimming, and playground equipment.
A boat loading area and dock are provided by Sunset Park which is right
adjacent and easily accessible.
Visitors can get an inkling of what the native prairies looked like
when they visit Olson Park. A cooperative venture between the City of
Worthington, the Department of Natural Resources and a local 4-H chapter
involved prairie restoration of a three acre area of the park. Many
wildflowers and native grasses were planted and flourish in the
southeast section of the park.
is quiet, friendly camping from April 1 - October 31. Shopping Mall,
Spoomer Auto Museum, Pioneer Village, Dayton House, Walmart, Shopko,
many dining facilities and Golf course are nearby.
It's minutes from I-90, go south on 266 to County road 35, go West one
mile to County road 10, go South two miles.
For campground reservations call:
Reservations are accepted with advance
payment, rain checks will be offered if you must cancel your
No cash refunds.
A reservation assures you a camping spot. We
will attempt to put you in a specific stall, however we cannot guarantee
that the exact stall you request will be yours.
Current rates and other information may be
available on the city of Worthington website at: