Camping facilities are available in designated areas at all three city owned lakes. Camping permits are required.
A camping unit can stay at a city park campsite for up to seven consecutive days. Upon the eighth day, the camping unit must leave the park for at least five days or relocate to a campsitelocated in another Garnett city park.
Lake Garnett Fourteen camping spots are located on the east side of LakeGarnett (adjacent golf course) with electric and water hookups.Sixteen camping spots with electric only hookups are located on the north side of the lake (near dam).A designated wilderness campsite (tent camping or no hookup) is alsolocated within the north side camping area.
Crystal Lake Five camping spots with electric and water can be found on the south side of Crystal Lake.Wilderness camping is prohibited unless by special permission.
Cedar Valley Reservoir Wilderness camping is very popular at this scenic lake. There are 12 camping spots close to the park entrance providing electrical hookups for camping. Nearby restroom facilities are alsoavailable.
Camping Permits: Wilderness overnight camping per unit, per night – Garnett resident Anderson County resident All others
Electric hookup, overnight camping per unit, per night – Garnett resident Anderson County resident All others
Electric and water hookup, overnight camping per unit, per night – Garnett resident Anderson County resident All others