When you enter the gates at Duman Lake County Park, be ready to spend an old-fashioned fun filled day! In addition to the fishing, train and hayrides, special events are organized throughout the summer. Annual mainstays at the park include: the Altoona Area Kennel Club's Dog Show, Laurel Highland Kennel Association, Boy Scouts Klondike Derby, Talus Rock Girl Scouts and much more. Environmental education programs and walks are also available.
Although the park is "officially" open from May 15th to September 15th, patrons are welcome to come and use the park during daylight hours year round as a safe place to walk, jog, ski, or just to get away to a quiet natural setting.
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The park has six campsites available for overnight occupancy. Each site is equipped with electric, water, picnic table and a fire ring.
Camping Season: April 15th – October 15th
Check-in is 4:00 p.m. the first day of your stay.
Check-out is 4:00 p.m. the last day of your stay.
Prior to May 15th to September 15th, all campers MUST be self-contained.
The park has 14 pavilions of various sizes available for rent. All pavilions are equipped with electricity and charcoal grills. Water hydrants are also located close by. Call for rates and availability.
May 15th through September 15th (10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.) -- Pavilions and restrooms are available for use and the gates are open to public vehicle traffic.