Parks and Recreation
The TaHaZouka Park campground is located in a scenic and heavily shaded area between the Elkhorn River and a large lagoon. The campground is open from April 15 to October 15 and can accommodate primitive camping and tents to large campers with slideouts. In the off-season, although the showers and restrooms are not open, campers may park outside of the campground along the road and plug into the power pedestals at a reduced rate.
In Season rates are $12.00 a night (without concrete pad and electrical hookup) and $18.00 a night (for concrete pad & electrical hookup).
Off Season rates are $12.00 a night for electrical hookup outside of campground, on a limited basis.
Concrete pads and power pedestals are not for tent use. Tents are to set up in the signed grass areas.
There is a seven night maximum stay limit and no reservations are taken. Campers may ask the Park Superintendent for a seven night extension if the need arises. Payment is handled by the use of an Iron Ranger at the campground entrance. Water is available but there are no water or sewer hookups. Amenities include: 13 concrete camper pads (one being ADA accessible) 13 power pedestals (20/30/50 amp, each), ADA accessible men's and women's restrooms with showers, picnic tables, barbeque grills and a dump station. Free WiFi access is available.