Sidie Hollow

County Park & Campground

Sidie Hollow Links

Camping & Shelter Reservations
Sidie Hollow Brochure
Boat Landing Campground Map
Main Campground Map
Ridge Campground Map
Sidie Hollow Park & Trail Map
Dam History & Facts
 
 
Links to Other Parks & Forests

Jersey Valley Park
Esofea/Rentz Park & Forest
Duck Egg Forest
Kooyumjian-Lost Creek Forest
Runge Hollow Recreation Area
Blackhawk Park

Sidie Hollow is a very well maintained family campground and nature based recreation area.  The park has 521 acres for people to explore, via hiking trails, mountain bike trails or a walk through the forest that surrounds the lake and campground.  A unique feature is that there are 3 separate camping areas, giving you that small campground, all by yourself privacy. 

The “Boat Landing” campground has 5 rustic tent sites and 17 full hookup sites with water, sewer and electric.  Each year about 10 of the full hookup sites are occupied by seasonal campers.  If  you are interested in leasing a seasonal site, please contact park staff.  The Boat Landing campground also features a trout stream, a playground area, flush toilets, hot showers, a picnic shelter building, access to the boat launch and easy access to the hiking trail. 

The “Main” campground has  18 rustic tent sites, 16 electric sites and 1 full hookup site.  The one full hookup site is reserved annually by our camp hosts, Wayne and Delores Thurston.  The Main campground  features a superb trout stream (Coe Hollow Creek), flush toilets, hot showers, a picnic shelter building, a playground area, a native prairie grassland area, a trail to a restored “goat prairie” overlooking the lake, access to the more than 6 miles of mountain bike trail through the forest, and access to the 2 mile hiking trail that encircles the lake. 

If you want privacy, you’ll love the “Ridge” campground.  The Ridge has 16 rustic tent sites and 4 electric sites, each tucked neatly into the surrounding forest.  Fresh water is available, as are men’s and women’s pit toilets located conveniently in the center of the campground area.  The Ridge provides easy access to the more than 6 miles of mountain bike trail in the forest surrounding the campground.  These trails can be used for hiking as well.  A hiking trail leads to the lake in the valley below.  Horses are not allowed in Sidie Hollow Park.