Stay the Night
Visitors can stay the night from the second Friday in April to the third Friday in December.
Make a reservation for Cook Forest State Park.
flush toilets, warm showers, full service hookups, electric hookups
The park has 210 campsites each with a picnic table and fire ring.
Full hookup campsites also have:
50 amp electric
Electric-only sites are available with either 30 or 50 amp hook ups.
Modern restrooms with showers are available late May through early October.
There is a sanitary dump station and coin-operated laundry facilities.
Pets are permitted at designated sites for a fee.
Access is not guaranteed during severe winter weather.
Cook Forest State Park Campground Map (PDF)
Free Camping for Campground Hosts
3 host positions
The campground host site amenities include 30-amp electric service.
Hosts are required to stay a minimum of two weeks and must be available 24 hours daily to assist park personnel. Contact the park office for additional information and availability.
A canoe/kayak camping area with three sites is located at Thompson Eddy -- downstream of Gravel Lick Bridge.
This area is for individuals and groups traveling on the Clarion River by canoe or kayak. Use of this site is limited to one night and is for tent use only. Maximum group size is eight.
Make a lodging reservation at Cook Forest State Park.
The River Cabins are on a hillside overlooking the Clarion River. The Indian Cabins are along Toms Run behind the park office.
The cabins are available for rent from the second Friday in April to the third Friday in December. The cabins must be rented for one week, except in the spring and fall rental season.
This activity or structure is ADA accessible. Two cabins are ADA accessible.
Up to two dogs are permitted in River Cabins 11, 12, 14, and 15 for a fee.
Cabins sleep four, six, or eight people.
Rustic cabins are minimally furnished. Each cabin has:
Occupants must provide their own:
Extra cots are not available.
Frost-free water faucets are outside. A showerhouse is nearby.
Firewood is not provided.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
Cook Forest State Park Cabin Map (PDF)
The Inn at Cook Forest
Closed for renovations
The Cook Family homestead serves as a bed and breakfast. Rent a room or the entire inn for access to canoeing and kayaking on the Clarion River, more than 40 miles of hiking and biking trails, and some of the oldest trees in the state.
Make a reservation for organized group tenting.
Organized Group Tenting
Organized groups can rent this rustic area year round. The five sites each accommodate 20 people.
Access in the winter months may be difficult.