Each campsite offers a picnic area, and the campground has modern amenities like flush toilets, showers and drinking water, as well as fuel and boat storage.
• Accessible Playground
• Accessible Sites
• Drinking Water
• Dump Station
• Fire Rings
• Flush Toilets
• Laundry Facilities
• Parking Area
• Picnic Shelters
• Vault Toilets
• Jet Skiing
• Lake Access
• Water Skiing[/one_third_last]
Boulder Recreational Area provides recreation both on the water and on shore. A boat ramp and courtesy dock are provided, and the vast lake allows for plenty of water sports. Fishing is a popular pastime, and the lake offers year-round varieties of fish such as white bass, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish, largemouth bass, freshwater drum, carp, flathead catfish and walleye.
There is an on-site playground and plenty of wide open space for children to play in, as well as an amphitheater for educational programs. A multi-use biking and walking trail is located a short drive away at the main dam. The campground provides fun both on the water and on shore. Boat ramps and courtesy docks are provided, and the vast lake allows for plenty of water sports.
The campground sits along the lakeshore and offers ample shade. There are 83 campsites, all of which have a view of the lake with some sites perched directly on the shoreline. Each campsite offers a picnic area, and the campground has modern amenities like flush toilets, showers and drinking water, as well as fuel and boat storage.
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 38.69611, -89.23222 38°41’46″N, 89°13’56″W
From I-57, take Old U.S. Highway 50 west. Continue for 19 miles through Salem, Odin and Sandoval. Turn north on Boulder Road and follow 7 miles to the day use and recreation area.