Paw on over to Woodward Reservoir Regional Park for a camping getaway you'll never fur-get! This puptacular facility has several sites throughout the property. With 2,900 acres of water and 3,700 acres of land here, you'll have a variety of recreational activities at your fingertips. Choose from pull-through or back-in sites with full hookups, spots without electricity, and tent platforms. Some camping areas have restrooms and showers available. Fees for spots with hookups are $35/night; other spaces are $30/night. There are additional day-use fees for some activities.
You'll be able to camp near the water or find a spot a little off-shore here. The land around the reservoir is mostly open fields with some shade trees. There are designated parking areas for boat trailers, but you must self-certify any watercraft that you bring as quagga/zebra mussel-free before putting it in the water.
Spend your time boating, jet skiing, waterskiing, or fishing here. You'll find rainbow trout, bass, catfish, and panfish in the lake. Do note that you're not allowed to fish from the docks. You can swim during the summer months as long as you stay clear of the docks and ramps and you don't go more than 200 feet from shore. There are fire rings, barbecues and picnic tables around the park where you can relax and watch the wildlife. The area is a haven for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts, and home to egrets, ground squirrels, hawks, raccoons, and more.
The park is pet-friendly. Always keep your furry pal under control. They should be on a six-foot leash when walking with you but can be on a ten-foot cord if you stake them at your campsite. Bring proof of rabies vaccination with if your fur-baby joins you here.
For the water enthusiast, Woodward Reservoir Regional Park is a pawtastic place to spend some time. Set up your camping equipment and enjoy a variety of water sports. There's also a go-cart track on the eastern side of the lake.