Please review Stump Island’s Campground Rules and Regulations. If you have any questions or have a campground issue that needs addressed, please use the form below to contact us. Please also feel free to leave any recommendations, comments, or suggestions.
Camping allowed in designated areas only.
No parking in the roadway and no vehicles allowed on grass areas.
Fires are allowed in fire pits only. Campfires are the responsibility of the renter and must be completely extinguished when vacating a site. Campfires are not to be left unattended and may, at times, be prohibited by order of the City of Glasgow.
All campsites are reservation only. Please book online before you camp.
Holiday Weekends – 2 Night minimum stay required for Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day Weekend.
Payments are non-refundable except in cases of natural disaster, such as flooding.
No loud generators, conversations, televisions, or other noise disturbances, including barking dogs, are allowed from 10:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m.
Campsite check in and check out times are at 10am.
Keep all dogs on a leash. Pick up dog excrement and lawfully dispose of it.
Water is for camping purposes only and is not to be used for washing vehicles or campers, or other purposes.
Do not remove or relocate picnic tables without proper approval.
Dispose of garbage appropriately. Do not burn trash.
Place trash in dumpsters by bath house or dump station.
All holding tanks must be dumped at the dump station, and not on the ground.
The bathhouse and bathrooms will be closed from October 15 – April 15.
From October 15 – April 15, winter months, camping can be allowed with Park Board approval. During freezing temperatures or as needed, the Park may shut off the water, and without notification. All campers are responsible for proper winterization of the hydrants being used. Campers must agree to unhook from hydrants during freezing temperatures. Campers can be fined and held responsible for any damage of Park property. Additionally, during winter months, there will be limited snow removal.
Pool passes can be purchased through the reservation system during checkout. Each pool pass costs $4 / person / day.
All Federal, State, and Local laws, including Glasgow Municipal ordinances, must be followed at all times.
Damage to, defacing of, or removal of any park property is strictly prohibited.
The City of Glasgow is not responsible for damages, accidents, or lost items.
Non-compliance with these rules may result in immediate loss of parking/camping privileges. Also, a violation of any of these regulations is a violation of City Ordinance No. 3251, which could also result in fines and court costs. City officials reserve the right to enforce or change these rules as deemed necessary and to limit the number of people or type of equipment occupying a site.
Please contact us below if you have any questions regarding your camping stay with us!
Please report maintenance issues within the park or contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
City Hall and local police officers can get in contact with Board members for more pressing maintenance issues. Their contact numbers are:
GLASGOW POLICE DEPARTMENT