Vega State Park caters first and foremost to long-term campers, with multiple campsites populating the grounds. Also, Vega State Park offers boating, swimming, cycling, and plenty of opportunities for nature watching. For overnight guests, Vega State Park has four different campgrounds to choose from.
There's Early Settlers Campground, which contains 33 pull-through sites. All of these include electricity and plumbing, as well as concrete pads for vehicles up to 30 feet long. Aspen Grove Campground offers 27 total primitive campsites, which all come standard with a picnic table and fire ring.
Oak Point Campground offers 39 full-service sites, great for campers and other recreational vehicles. If you're the type of guests looking for an overnight experience a little different from the standard fare, Pioneer Campground offers 10x10 canvas tents that are strictly group facilities.
These facilities include two pavilions and a lodge, all of which can be rented out for events. Every campground offers reservations as far as six months in advance. Due to the high number of guests during the summer months, individuals are encouraged to get their spots as early as they can.
Boating is available on Vega State Park, a high mountain lake with over two miles of sandy shoreline. While no rental services exist here, guests are encouraged to bring their non-powered craft and enjoy a day navigating the waves. As always, make sure you use your best judgment when visiting the Vega State Park with your canine.
It's essential to clean up any messes your dog leaves behind, to avoid affecting other guests. Bring a sturdy leash and keep them restrained throughout your stay. Canines are welcome on all campgrounds within Vega State Park, provided they stay inside of your tent or RV through the evening. If your dog is a fan of the water, they can get wet as long as they stay away from public swimming areas.