Flat Rock Creek is known locally for its isolation and incredible sunset views. Due to its advantageous location on the shores of Flat Rock Bay, the campground hosts a slew of summertime activities like boating, swimming, and fishing. Guests with canines will enjoy the nearby forests and grasslands, which are perfect for exploring or even a short bathroom jaunt.
Thirty-two different sites populate the area at Flat Rock Creek, offering both group and standard overnight areas. Base rates posted here apply to the standard, non-electric campsites, but guests can choose to pay a premium for sites situated in the more scenic regions of the park, as well as sites with electrical connections. All overnight spots in Flat Rock Creek come with the typical offerings like a fire ring and outdoor table. Fido is free to accompany campers here, provided they stay leashed up and out of the bathrooms and public areas.
Boating is done on the adjacent Flat Rock Bay via kayaks or canoes. The area has a somewhat isolated cove that keeps the waters here pretty calm, making it a great place for paddle-driven watercraft. All boaters should have their state registration visible on their vessel if they're looking to hit the water, which is why it's wise to make sure yours is up-to-date before your visit. If you'd like to keep your canine companion along for a "doggie paddle," just make sure you keep them safe on your kayak or canoe as well as out of the water whenever possible.
If you're an avid angler, Flat Rock Creek contains catfish, crappie, and black bass among its diverse array of species. Fishing can be done from the extensive shoreline, or from your kayak or canoe. Regardless of how you decide to fish, it's crucial that you come with a state license for the sport, as well as all necessary equipment as no rental services are offered.
Any visitors to Flat Rock Creek should keep in mind that surrounding activities or parks not associated with the campground may incur additional costs not listed here.