Camping at Jack’s
“Jacks” offers limited/primitive camping with comparable amenities to that found on the riverway campsites. (Jacks does not have a shower house, flush toilets or electric hookups for campers and RVs.)
Camping is $22.00 per night per tent, (there is no exception, each tent will be charged per night). We do not charge per site. There is a 2 night minimum for weekends during the summer.
Bringing in firewood to our campground is strictly prohibited.
Our campground is reserved for canoe, kayak and tubing customers. Bringing your own equipment must be approved prior to making your reservation. Exceptions would include specialized equipment for people with disabilities or children under 3.
Please call or email us to make reservations for camping as early as you can. Weekends fill up fast. Please leave name, dates you would like
to camp, arrival time, how many people you will have, how many tents. Also include general ages of the group and a brief description of how you intend to spend your evenings (family campfire songs, early to bed, staying up late socializing, etc.).
Bringing in firewood to our campground is strictly prohibited. If you bring in firewood you will be asked to leave with the wood. You will be allowed to return when the vehicle is clear of all wood and debris. Firewood is available for purchase in our office until 8pm.
Each site is equipped with a picnic table and fire ring. Satellite toilets are located near the campsites. Drinking water and firewood is available at Jack’s. Our campsites are conveniently located near our canoe and tube landing.
The Riverbend Bar and Restaurant is located next to our campground and will periodically host live band music. Please visit hubsriverbend.com for more details and menu. DinnerBell restaurant and Prime Bar and Dining are located 1/2 mile from our campground.
National Park Service (NPS) shoreline campsites are primitive, and only accommodate tent camping. State and private campgrounds in the area offer vehicle camping and more facilities. Motels, cabins and resorts are also located in the vicinity of the Riverway.
NPS campsites are mainly accessible by water; there are a few sites accessible by parking the vehicle and carrying equipment in. Upstream of the hydroelectric dam (St. Croix Falls/Taylors Falls), camping is permitted only in designated sites.
A three night-per- site limit is enforced. A time limit of seven nights per site exists downstream of the hydroelectric dam, where there are camping zones.