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Paw Ridge

State Park
Lodgin Recreation
Cabins Canoe
Camp Fish
Inn Hike
Rent Swim

PLAN YOUR NEXT OUTING


WITH US!
PAW RIDGE STATE PRK

OUR PARK Sunday, July 9, 2017


Paw Ridge State Park is located just minutes from Deer Creek Dam in Green Valley County.
After entering our state park off of Highway 50 just north of the dam, you will marvel at the
breathtaking views as you explore our 2,500-acre public park. Hike the trails, reserve a pavilion
for an event, relax at the beach, swim in the public pool, canoe or fish in the creek, tour the
nature center, or visit our historic sites. The park is open year-round from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00
p.m. Dine in our restaurant for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Spend the evening in a room at our
rustic inn or in one of our private cabins. Overnight guests are invited to join park rangers at
evening outdoor activities, including storytelling and stargazing programs.

Lodging Descriptions
Cabins (premium): sleeps six people, towels and linens included
Cabins (standard): sleeps four people, towels and linens not included
Campsites (electric): 30 amp hookup, picnic table, fire ring, modern showers
Campsites (primitive): tents only, picnic table, fire ring, modern showers
Inn Room (premium): sleeps six people, includes balcony
Inn Room (standard): sleeps four people
Rentals: pop-up campers, travel trailers, motorhomes

Lodging Rates per Night


Peak Peak Nonpeak Nonpeak
Weekday
Weekend Weekday Weekend
Primitive
Campsite
$ 15 $ 10 $ 10 $5
Electric
Campsite
$ 30 $ 20 $ 25 $ 15
Cabin
(Standard)
$ 60 $ 45 $ 50 $ 40
Cabin
(Premium)
$ 90 $ 75 $ 80 $ 70
Inn Room
(Standard)
$ 75 $ 60 $ 65 $ 55
Inn Room
(Premium)
$ 115 $ 100 $ 105 $ 95
Pop-Up Rental $ 40 $ 35 $ 30 $ 25
Travel Trailer
Rental
$ 60 $ 45 $ 50 $ 40
Motorhome
Rental
$ 90 $ 75 $ 80 $ 70

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PAW RIDGE STATE PRK

Recreation
1. Canoe
a. 3-mile, 5-mile, and 10- mile trips
b. Rent a canoe, kayak, or tube
c. Open daily from May 1 through September 30
2. Hike
a. 15 trails, ranging from 1 to 5 mile in length
i. 2 easy
ii. 10 moderate
iii. Bicycles not allowed on hiking trail
3. Fish
a. Private boats welcome or rentals available
b. Fishing license required
4. Swim
a. Public beach
b. Olympic-sized outdoor pool
c. Indoor pool for overnight guests
d. No lifeguards on duty
e. Open May 15 through September 15

PARK FEES
You can purchase access to certain recreational activities or to the entire park. Day, week, and
annual passes are available.
Although the park is open all year, some areas are accessible seasonally.

Access Day Week Annual

Docks Boat and canoe docks $3 $ 15 $ 45


Park Fees

Hiking All trails $3 $ 15 $ 45

Self-guided
Nature center, pavilions, and historic sites $1 $5 $ 25
tours

Swimming Public beach and outdoor pool $2 $ 10 $ 50

Access to all
$9.00
park recreation