A variety of camping opportunities are available for the avid outdoorsman visiting Bluestone State Park. The campgrounds at Bluestone State Park are located in the flood storage basin of the Bluestone Lake and are open from early May to late October, depending upon the water level.
Meador Campground is 32-site facility with 22 of these sites with electric hookups. The sites are open to RV camping or tent camping. There is central bathhouse with hot showers. A sewage disposal station is available.
Eight rustic sites make up this facility area. It is designed for group camping.
Old Mill offers 44 rustic campsites and has a central bathhouse with cold showers. This campground is open to tent or trailer camping.
Thirty-nine primitive sites make up East Shore Campground. These sites are accessible by boat only. East Shore Campground is located in the flood storage basin of the Bluestone Lake and are open from early May to late October, depending upon the water level.
Bluestone State Park has 18-sites designated for reservations, while the remaining sites are rented on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsite reservations are taken in advance for designated sites from the Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day. Outside the reservable dates, all sites become first-come, first-served basis.
Pipestem State Park offers a recreation activity pass that is available for purchase at the Bluestone State Park office. The pass has six different recreational activities at Pipestem to enjoy one time during the purchase year. When the six activities are used, the pass expires. Pipestem is a short drive from Bluestone State Park.