Hikers find the Arlie Moore Campground and its trails a pleasurable experience and have been officially recognized as one of America's Top 25 Hiking Trails to date. There is a lot to see here in the wilderness and the terrain is a lush woodland rich with green trees and wildlife. The fawna and flora found in this terrain make it unique and inviting.
Arlie Moore Campground also offers a chance to fish in the open waters to catch a plethora of fish found in these lakes, featuring a huge variety of game, including Hybrid Striped Bass, an absolute delight for the master angler.
Arlie Moore Campground is also infamous for its horse riding treks around the lake shoreline and through the Arlie Moore Interpretative Trail. Don't miss out on this one. There are also many outdoor activities on offer here such as boating, kayaking, water skiing, and other popular water sports and swimming is encouraged on the nearby beach.
The park also provides 87 sites and each site has electric hook-ups, flushing toilets, dump stations, and shower stations. Plus an amphitheater is made available to the visitors as well. The Arlie Moore Campground also has a picnic area and a playground suitable for groups of people and families. Dogs are also allowed but must remain on a leash at all times when outside.
Peak seasons are between May and September and walk-ins are also open through to December. Fees start at $14.00 per night.