Support & FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Swimming is not permitted in the lake. 

Pastor Baggett Lake is a 5-acre lake catch and release fishing lake. Bring your poles, fishing gear and bait. You do not need a fishing license to fish in our lake.

Our campground and camping cabins are pet friendly. We ask that your pets remain on a lead at all times and not be left alone at your campsite.

Don’t Move Firewood – Tree-killing insects and diseases can lurk in or on firewood. These insects and diseases can’t move far on their own, but when people move firewood, they can jump hundreds of miles. New infestations destroy our forests, property values, and cost huge sums of money to control. 

Buy It Where You Burn It! Firewood is available to purchase at the front of the campground. 

Check-in is any time after 3:00 pm for campsites and cabins. Please check-in at the front building of the campground before proceeding to your site/cabin. If you are arriving after 5 pm, your packet will be in the message board at the front of the camp store/museum building. This will have your parking pass and map with your highlighted site. 

Check-out is 11:00 am for all campsites and cabins. Late check-out on Sunday for campsites is 1 pm. 

Onsite camping is available for all festivals based on availability. There are minimum stays per festival, each guest is required to purchase a festival ticket in addition to camping fees. Special festival camping rates apply and are based on 2-person occupancy. Additional fees apply for each additional guest, maximum of 6 guests per site. Visit our Festivals page for more details.

We have created park rules and regulations to provide a safe and relaxing camping experience for you and your family. Please read our Rules & Guidelines online before making a reservation.

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