With more than 200 sites to choose from, you may have trouble picking your favorite spot! Camper cabins and sites with or without electrical hookups are available with shower and restroom facilities nearby.
Located within Baker Park Reserve, which offers miles of biking and hiking trails, swimming beaches, a play area, picnic areas, boat access, watercraft rentals and more.
Baker PDF Maps
Find printable maps of Baker Campground and other areas of Baker on the Baker Park Reserve page.
2017 camping season: April 28 to Oct. 22
2018 camping season: April 27 to Oct. 21
203 sites, including 98 with electricity. Each site can accommodate two tents or one tent and one RV, with a maximum of eight people per campsite. Picnic table and fire ring at each site with showers and flush toilets (wheelchair accessible) nearby. RV dump station.
Baker Campground encourages recycling and composting. Get tips for green camping.
campground office hours:
May 26–Sept. 4
Sun–Thurs: 9 AM–7 PM
Fri: 9 AM–10 PM
Sat: 8 AM–10 PM
Sept. 5–Oct. 22
Fri: 9 AM–9 PM
Sat: 8 AM–9 PM
Sun: 9 AM–5 PM
Rates and Reservations
$21 per site (non-electric)
$26 per site with 30 amp electrical service
$29 per site with 50/30 amp electrical service
$70 per cabin per night
A $7.50 (sales tax not included) non-refundable reservation fee applies.
Sales tax not included.
Campsites can be reserved up to one year in advance of your first night's stay.
Reserve a site online or call 763.559.6700
Reservations Within 48 Hours Not Available Online
To make a reservation or check availability within 48 hours of the current date, you must call reservations at 763.559.6700 during business hours or call Baker Campground directly at 763.694.7662.
Want to camp but don't have a tent or an RV? Baker has five 12’x16’ cabins, each featuring a screened-in porch and furnished with a table, benches and wooden bunk beds with mattresses. Equipped with electricity, heat, overhead lighting, ceiling fans and outlets. Located near a modern restroom facility that includes showers, changing rooms and dishwashing sinks. Cabins sleep 5–6 people and are accessible for people with disabilities.
Six group campsites offer many options, from simple, open-air locations to rustic cabins to spots with shelter, electricity, water, and flush toilets. For those who want to brave the cold, Half Moon Group Camp and Baker Near-Wilderness Settlement are available for winter stays. All group camps require reservations; call 763.559.6700 for more information and availability.
Three Rivers Park District offers select campsites to help aid those with mobility impairments. Amenities at these sites include accessible picnic tables, accessible fire pits, more level terrain and close proximity to bathrooms. Baker Campground also has two camper cabins which feature an entry ramp and more space between the beds for maneuvering. Location of these sites is noted on the campground maps.
These sites are held to be used by those with mobility impairments until all other sites are reserved. See site availability and reservations online, or call 763.559.6700.
Please review important changes to camping and cancellation policies.