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Overview of North Meadow Electric Loop

North Meadow Electric Loop at Coyote Creek is a designated area within Coyote Creek State Park that offers campsites with electrical hookups for RVs and other vehicles. It is important for campers to know about the amenities, reservation policies, fees, and rules specific to this loop for a successful camping experience.


  • Electrical Hookups: Sites in the North Meadow Electric Loop often provide 30/50 amp electric service for RVs and trailers.
  • Water Access: There may be shared water spigots available; however, not all sites will have individual water hookups.
  • Picnic Tables and Fire Rings: Each site typically comes with a picnic table and a fire ring or a grill.
  • Restroom Facilities: Restrooms with flush toilets and sometimes showers are available within a reasonable distance from the loop.
  • Access to Park Attractions: Campers usually have easy access to park trails, lakes, and other natural features.

Reservation Policies

  • Advance Booking: Campsites can often be reserved in advance, and it's recommended to do this, especially during peak seasons or on holidays.
  • First-come, First-served Basis: Some sites might be available on a first-come, first-served basis if not previously reserved.
  • Stay Limits: There may be limits on the length of stay, typically ranging from 14 days to a month during any given period.
  • Group Occupancy Restrictions: Sites generally have limits on the number of persons and vehicles per site.


  • Site Fee: Expect to pay a nightly fee for each campsite, which varies depending on the state park system and the amenities provided.
  • Additional Vehicle Fee: There may be extra charges for additional vehicles beyond the one included in the site fee.
  • Reservation Fee: If booking in advance, a reservation fee might be applied in addition to the nightly rate.

Rules and Regulations

  • Quiet Hours: Campgrounds usually enforce quiet hours, typically from 10 PM to 6 AM.
  • Pets: Pets are often welcome but must be leashed and supervised. Verify specific pet policies and any restrictions.
  • Alcohol: Varies by location; some parks might have prohibitions or restrictions on alcohol consumption.
  • Fires: Open fires are typically permitted in provided rings or grills but must adhere to local fire regulations, which can change with wildfire risk.
  • Wildlife Safety: Campers should store food and scented items securely to avoid attracting wildlife.
  • Check-in/Check-out Times: Campground will have specific check-in and check-out times to follow.

Things to Consider Before Arrival

  • Weather Conditions: Be prepared for the local weather patterns and bring appropriate gear.
  • Access to Supplies: Consider whether you will need to bring all supplies or if there are nearby stores.
  • Local Attractions: Familiarize yourself with the area's attractions and activities.
  • Campsite Accessibility: Make sure the campsite can accommodate your vehicle or equipment size.

For the most current and detailed information, it is crucial to contact the park directly or check the state park's website as amenities, fees, and rules can change. This helps ensure that you have the best and most up-to-date information for planning your camping trip to North Meadow Electric Loop in Coyote Creek.

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