Craigs Creek Group Campground
Daniel Boone National Forest \ London Ranger District
The campground sits on Craig's Creek, which flows into an arm of Laurel River Lake across from Holly Bay Campground. The wooded Appalachians provide a scenic backdrop for your camping adventure. The group site lies in a somewhat open space surrounded by woods. Each group camp area comes with a campfire circle, large grill, picnic tables and a lantern pole. Modern vault toilets and a shower house are available.
Craigs Creek has 3 group campsites and 1 group picnic site with a shelter. Campsites are for tents only and do not have electricity. Two will accommodate up to 30 people. The other campsite and picnic shelter each have a maximum capacity of 60 people. The campground is generally open from mid-April through mid-October. Reservations may be made up to one year in advance. The reservation season is May through late-September. Sites are first-come-first-served outside the reservation season. Check rates, availability and current Forest alerts here: Recreation.gov \ Craigs Creek
Visitors enjoy picnicking, boating and fishing for crappie, catfish, small and largemouth bass and rainbow trout. The hiking and biking trail at Craig's Creek is an easy, half-mile path that features several views of the lake. A spacious sports field with a volleyball net and horseshoe pits lies near the picnic shelter.
Enjoy our virtual tour of Craigs Creek Group below and follow the link to read more about camping on Laurel River Lake: London Ranger District