Spruce Knob Lake Campground
Spruce Knob is a component of the Spruce Knob–Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area. This is the land of superlatives: the highest campground in the state, the highest lake in the state, and the highest point in the state. The surrounding mountains are laced with trails that traverse the forests, fields, and streams. Campers can enjoy the cool air of the high country at drive-up campsites or walk-in tent campsites. No matter where your point of entry, it is a good drive through rugged terrain to reach the campground. Bring all supplies you will need. Enter the paved campground loop and drive uphill through a northern hardwood forest. This deciduous woodland, perched at 4,000 feet, will be one of the last places to leaf out and one of the first places to turn colorful in the state.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Seneca Rocks|
|Campsites||30 drive-up sites, 12 walk-in tent sites; Fee $7 per night drive-up sites, $5 per night walk-in tent|
|Season||Open mid-April through December|
|Camp Elevation||4,000 ft|
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