Camping on the Mulberry River
Turner Bend Campground on the Mulberry River
The Turner Bend campground is directly across the road from our store and features 14 designated sites plus a small overflow area. Nine sites have shelters and all have picnic tables and fire rings.
We have restrooms with hot showers, picnic shelters, and plenty of parking spots. For the busy spring weekends we will take campsite reservations from our canoe rental customers only. We reserve the right to locate your group in the site that best suits the number of people in your group.
Please Keep in Mind:
- $8 per person per night
- By 11:00 p.m. campers must turn off stereos and generators and tone all noise down to a reasonable level.
- Off-road vehicle use limited to entry and exit only.
- ORV use on Highway 23 is illegal.
Round the Bend Campground
We have three group sites at our nearby Round the Bend property. Each site has a shelter, city water, picnic tables, and an outhouse. These are very desirable sites with more privacy and less highway noise than our main campground. No ORV-ATV use on this property.$8.00 per person per night with a minimum of 6 campers per site.
Other Area Campgrounds:
Camping is also available at Redding, Wolf Pen, Shores Lake, and White Rock National Forest campgrounds. Primitive camping is allowed on National Forest property. Byrd’s also has a large campground located 8 miles upriver. Mulbery Mountain Resort has a large campground about five miles North on Highway 23.
All campgrounds along the river are subject to flooding. This includes Wolf Pen, Redding, Byrd’s, and Turner Bend. Please use caution if heavy, persistent rain falls.