Fort Macon State Park »  Reservation Information
Renovation work is still underway on the Fort Macon Bathhouse. The downstairs public restrooms are now open, but the upstairs concession stand and changing rooms are still closed due to the construction. Access to the picnic shelters and beach are still available, but some areas of the board walk near the bathhouse are closed to the public as a construction zone. If no unforeseen problems arise, we hope to have the rest of the project complete by mid summer. In the meantime there is a Pepsi trailer set up near the pay phone that is selling basic drinks and snacks until the new concession stand can be reopened.
Updated: 2015-05-26 14:14:51
State parks and state recreation areas that do not currently have campsites or other facilities
that can be reserved include Carvers Creek, Chimney Rock, Fort Macon, and Occoneechee Mountain.
Grandfather Mountain has several campsites but only one can be reserved. All other sites are walk-in only.
Many state parks have campsites, auditoriums, classrooms, picnic shelters, etc. that may
be reserved only by contacting the park directly. You'll find contact information for each park by navigating to the
park's 'home' page by using the drop-down menu box to the left.