Alligator Lake Recrecation Site and RV Park
|Monday||8 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Thursday||8 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Friday||8 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Saturday||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Sunday||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
- Sports Equipment
Sports Equipment Daily Rod and Reel $3 Volleyball Net $3 Badminton Set $2.50 Horseshoes $3 Football $2.50 Basketball $2.50 Tug-of-War Rope $3 Softball Set $10 Soccer Balls $2.50
** There is a softball field on-site that can be reserved for unit functions held at Alligator Lake.
Boats Hourly Daily Canoe $2 $10 Jon-Row Boats $2 $10 Paddle Boats $4 Kayaks $2 $10
- Pavillion Rentals
Pavilion Rentals Daily Rental Refundable Cleaning Deposit Area A and E $100 $75 Area C $25 $25 Area B $25 $75 Rent the Park $400 $175
Area A & E Includes 22 six-foot tables, counter space with sink, running water, 3 large grills, water hose connection, electricity and overhead lighting. Adjacent to playgrounds, restrooms and sporting areas.
Area C Includes two small covered pavilions with 6 tables and 2 large picnic grills. One of the pavilions has an electrical outlet on the light pole. A water hose connection is accessible from the Operations Center.
Area B includes a covered pavilion with 5 tables and a grill.
The Entire Park can be rented! This includes all the pavilions: 6 canoes, 10 paddle boats, sports equipment; horseshoes, badminton, tug-of-war rope, and 6 barbecue grills.
Reservations are required for all locations.
- RV Park
RV Park Daily Weekly Monthly Sites $20 $105 $370
Our sites are 10 x 44 foot concrete slabs with a 10 x 12 foot patio, table and grill. All of our sites have 30 or 50 amp receptacles available for use. Laundry, restrooms, and showers are also on-site for your convenience.
Check-in: 1 p.m.
Check-out: 11 a.m.
Please contact us if you would like Extended Stays exceeding 30 days.
- Tent Sites
Tent Sites Daily Primitive Camping $5
Tent sites are adjacent to the RV Park. Campers may use the coin laundry, restrooms and showers.
The fishing is great at Alligator Lake with bass, panfish and catfish stocked regularly. The largest bass pulled out of the lake last year was 13 pounds. There are catfish in the lake even bigger than that!