Making a Reservation
The application period for the 2020 Rob Hill Campground Lottery has closed. After all of the lottery applications have been processed we will reopen the application for reservations for any remaining dates during the 2020 season on a first-come, first-served basis. We anticipate that we will reopen for first-come, first served applications in early March.
We will be accepting applications for the 2020 Rob Hill reservations lottery between Tuesday, January 28 at 11 am and Tuesday, February 4 at 4 pm. Applications can be submitted using an online form, and this form will only be available during the lottery window (January 28 to February 4).
Applicants who miss this window of time must wait until the results of the lottery have been processed to submit a first-come, first-served application for any remaining campsites. We anticipate that the reopening for first-come, first-served applications will happen in early March 2020. Unsuccessful lottery applicants will have a chance to see the list of any remaining available camping dates and request a site before the application is reopened to first-come, first-served requests.
At the lottery stage of the reservation process, we will only accept one application per permit holder. Duplicate applications will be subject to disqualification. Duplicate applications will be defined as any application with two or more of the following fields matching: Name of Permit Holder, Permit Holder Phone Number, Permit Holder Email Address, Address. Applicants will be informed if their applications have been flagged for potential disqualification.
Schools, camps, or other educational organizations that wish to reserve sites for multiple classes/groups on separate dates may submit multiple applications as long as there are unique permit holders named on each application and the dates on the separate applications do not match one another. Individual permit holders who wish to schedule additional trips may do so when we reopen for first-come, first-served applications.
We will only accept reservations for dates between April 1, 2020 and October 31, 2020. Applications with dates outside of this window will be discarded. Reservations must include at least one night of camping. Applications that appear to be for less than one night of camping (either the check-out date is left blank, or the check-in and check-out dates match) will be discarded.
There is no cost to apply for a campsite permit, but when/if an applicant is approved for a campsite(s) on their requested date(s) they will be responsible for paying the full campground fee for their site(s) within
72 hoursof being notified in order to confirm the reservation. Payment instructions and an invoice will be sent to the approved applicants via email. Please provide an email address on your application that you check on a regular basis.
Costs of Camping
The cost to camp at Rob Hill Campground is $125 per site, per night during peak times, and $80 per site, per night during off-peak nights. Please reference the
Available Dates and Campsite Fees document for questions regarding specific dates. Active duty and retired military personnel are eligible for a discount of $75 per site, per night. Proof of service must be submitted along with your application.
Permit holders who wish to change the dates of their reservation may incur a fee of $25 per campsite. Permit holders who wish to transfer their reservation to a different permit holder will incur a fee of $20. Please reference the
Available Dates and Campsite Fees document for more information.
All campground fees are nonrefundable.
Frequently Asked Questions Document
For additional information and questions about the reservation process, please read our Rob Hill Lottery Frequently Asked Questions.