Raleigh County Parks and Recreation, Lake Stephens Announce 2022 Reservation Day and 2022 Rates

The Lake Stephens Reservation Day for campground, marina and picnic shelters is set for February 15, 2022 and February 17, 2022.

On February 15, 2022, Raleigh County residents may make reservations by phone only, and on February 17, 2022, non-residents may make reservations by phone.

To make a reservation, call 304-934-5323 and leave a message on the voicemail with your name, call back number, and where you would like a reservation (marina, campground, picnic shelter).

Staff will return calls in the order they were received starting at 8 a.m. No messages left before 8 a.m. will be returned. The staff asks that those requesting a reservation only leave one voicemail message.

At this time, the following is available:

– Seasonal (6 Month) RV Sites – Waiting List Only;

– Short-Term campsites – Available;

– Seasonal (5 month) marina slips – Available;

– Monthly marina slips – Available;

– Short-term marina slips – Available;

– Picnic shelters (Lake Stephens, Marsh Fork, Dry Hill Prosperity Park) – Available.

There is a new reservation system which will allow for online payments and recurring payments. Online reservations for the campground and marina will start on May 1, 2022. Reservations for Lake Stephens Cabins, Lake Stephens Pavilion, and Dry Hill Prosperity Park Community Center can currently be made online.

Staff will no longer call to remind customers (campground and marina) when payments are due. The marina rates remain the same. The only changes are the nightly tent and the monthly RV.

The 2022 rates can be seen in the attached chart.



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