Does Stony Creek take credit cards?
Debit and Credit cards will be authorized at check-in for the amount of your stay, plus an additional $25 to cover any incidentals that may occur.
Does Stoney creek have showers?
Stony Creek offers nearly 50 campsites on reservations, spread out along the creek. Vault toilets, drinking water and an amphitheater are available at the campground. Public phone, public showers, groceries, restaurant, and gasoline are available 1/2 mile away at the Stony Creek Resort.
Is Stoney creek beaches open?
Swimming. Enjoy a summer day in the water at Baypoint and Eastwood Beaches at Stony Creek Metropark. Beaches are open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. throughout the summer, Memorial Day Weekend to October 1st. Comfort stations are offered at each beach.
Where is Stoney Creek CA?
Stony Creek is a 73.5-mile (118.3 km)-long seasonal river in Northern California. It is a tributary of the Sacramento River, draining a watershed of more than 700 square miles (1,800 km2) on the west side of the Sacramento Valley in Glenn, Colusa, Lake and Tehama Counties.
Where is Stony Creek Park in Shelby Township?
Stony Creek Metropark 4300 Main Park Road Shelby Township, MI 48316 – Map Me (586) 781-4242
Where to find Stoney Creek Resort and campground?
Visit this section to learn more about Camping Accommodations, our Events Center, General Store, and other Amenities proudly offered to our Guests here at Stoney Creek Resort & Campground. Check out our list of the Top Regional Attractions located within approx. 60 miles of the Park.
When to go camping at Stony Creek Metropark?
Ridgewood Campground in Stony Creek Metropark offers a secluded up-north experience with large sites and fire rings. Camping is weekends only, from Memorial Weekend to September 19. Stony Creek offers Rustic Camping Only – No water or electric hookups are available. Regular site is $25/night.
Where is the Stony Creek Trail in Michigan?
This hike and bike path is a 24-mile linear park that starts at 24 Mile Road and Dequindre in Shelby Township and travels northeast to the City of Richmond. This trail will eventually link to 180 miles of trails in southeast Michigan.