Majestic bur oak woodlands dominate the steeply sloping riparian landscape of the Cottonwood River within the 750 acre Garvin Park. Miles of trails and plentiful rest areas allow visitors substantial opportunity to explore the rich habitat and diverse wildlife that use this park; seeking solitude, rejuvenation, or new discovery. Regionally known for horseback riding, Garvin Park has four campgrounds, and numerous shelters and open space; providing a healthy cross section of visitor opportunists to enjoy.


  • Camping: $15.00 per night all electrical sites
    • $10.00 per night in primitive campground (no electrical)
  • 4 campgrounds
    • Lower Campground 15 sites w/electrical
    • Upper Campground 14 sites w/electrical
    • Horse Campground 17 sites w/electrical
    • Primitive Campground 8 sites - no electrical hookups
  • Shower building in the Lower Campground
  • 4 Picnic Shelter (Main Playground, River Shelter, Ballfield, Upper Campground
  • Dump station(Lower Campground)
  • Park Lodge rental available
  • Disc Golf
  • Baseball field
  • Sledding Hill (winter)
  • 5 miles of hiking trails and 11 miles of horseback riding trails
Scattered Showers


Garvin Park

Scattered Showers

Humidity: 64%

Wind: 29 mph

  • 23 May 2017

    Rain 56°F 47°F

  • 24 May 2017

    Mostly Cloudy 64°F 44°F

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