GPS: N37 38.412 W094 48.431
Campsites cannot be Reserved
Water, Electric: 30
Primitive Campsites: 26
Oak Point Campground is the largest campground at Crawford State Park. The
restroom/shower house, amphitheater, laundromat, and a playground are in this campground. While the north and west sides of the campground are bordered by the lake, the east side is bordered by a wooded area that hosts a hiking/biking trail and a bird watching area. Deer, racoons, squirrels, birds of all varieties and colors, and other animals can be seen in a natural habitat. Redbud trees offer splashes of color in the spring and fall brings vibrant reds and yellows to the parks varied and changing decor. Campsites are shaded with trees and have campfire rings, grills, and picnic tables.
The northern end of the campground has nine electric/no water RV sites. The restroom/shower house is located close to this area.
Primitive sites line the lake shore in Oak Point. Utility sites are just across the road facing the lake, each with a great view of the lake.
Campsites: Sites are paved or concrete - None are reservable
- Sites 1-26 are primitive/tent
- Sites 1-4 are primitive/tent/Prime sites and are directly across from the restrooms/showers ($2.50 more per night April 1- Oct 1)
- Sites 131-139 are 30 amp electric/ NO water
- Sites 140-149 are 50 amp / water
- Sites 150-169 are 30 amp / water