Jon boats with and without electric motors, canoes, paddleboats, hydrobikes, funyaks, and paddleboards are available for rent during that time.
If no one is at the boathouse, guests should go to the camp store for help.
There are 14 covered stalls rented separately from camping sites. At least one person must stay in the campground overnight for the entire duration of the stall reservation.
Guests must provide their own hay and water bucket and must clean up after their horses. C - EW White Oak - EW White Oak - Thirty-one mostly shaded RV or tent sites with gravel pads, electricity (30-amp service) and water (no sewer hookups at site).
In addition, a is required, depending on the season.
There is a daily creel limit of six trout with a seven inch minimum.
A boat launch ramp is available for guests with their own non-gasoline powered boat.
No launching fee is charged, but boats must be moored in designated areas.
Invasive species harm the lake by out-competing native species. This impacts boating, fishing and the lake’s appearance.
As hot water is still available in the bathhouse, camping fees are not reduced.) The campgrounds are pet-friendly. Douthat allows guests to reserve specific campsites. Maximum RV length is 40 feet with parking for tow or towed vehicles on sites.
The campground has dump stations, showers and flush toilets.
DGIF administers fishing licenses and regulations; call 804-367-1000 or visit its license page for more information and fees.
: Boats can be rented from the first Saturday in April through the end of October.