RI State Parks use "ReserveAmerica" as their reservation service. you may phone the Call Center (1-877-742-2675) or online 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
There are approximately 713 campsites (including cabins) available for rent at Burlingame. Each site includes a fire pit and picnic table. For camper's convenience, campsites have been established as "Back-in" or "Pull-through". No shade, partly shaded, or full shade campsites are available throughout the park. There are NO water, electric, or sewer hookups. Public water spigots are located in various locations within the campground. Flush toilets and coin operated showers are located in six buildings on the property. There are electrical outlets in the bathrooms. No soap or hand towels are supplied. Dump stations are located on property.
The 20 cabins available at Burlingame State Campground are rustic cabins with NO utilities; water, electric, sewer offered. The cabins have two bunk beds available in each. The bunk beds have springs/board for the base. Mattresses and bedding are not provided. Air mattresses or bed rolls are strongly recommended. All cabins have a small covered porch.
Reservations are accepted up to a maximum of twelve (12) months in advance of the current date. Reservations may also be made up to midnight, one day prior to the arrival date. Customers that wish to book a site the day of arrival can register directly at the park on a first come, first served basis. Photo ID is required for check in at the park and must consist of a driver's license, passport, or military ID.
Cancellations are subject to fees based on the notice given and may be made through the call center up to the day of arrival. Reservations that are canceled prior to arrival day will be charged a $10 cancellation fee as well as the reservation fee. Cancellation of any portion of the reservation after arrival day is subject to the State of Rhode Island policy of no refunds unless authorized by the Director or designee. Requests must be submitted in writing to the Chief of the Division of Parks and Recreation and in all instances a service charge consisting of the fee for two days will be deducted for each campsite reserved. Dissatisfaction for reasons of weather, site conditions or natural phenomena are not considered sufficient cause for granting a refund. Nor may refunds be granted for any days which the site was occupied. If you do not arrive at the campground and do not cancel the reservation in accordance to the policy above, you will forfeit your entire payment. Refunds for all reservations are only given in special circumstances where approved by the Rhode Island DEM.
Great news!... Campers are no longer restricted to certain camping areas during the early and late seasons! All campsites and cabins are available from the open until the close of the season.
And as a bonus, all bathrooms are also available during the entire camping season!
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Requirements for Pets and Pet Owners: No more than 2 pets per campsite. The owner of all pets is responsible for proper disposal of all animal waste. All dogs must be wearing a collar with valid license tag. All cats must be readily identifiable (e.g. tags, tattoos or an ear notch). Owners may be required to show a current rabies vaccination certificate. All pets must be under control at all times on a leash of not more than six feet [6'] in length. The release of any pet within any state park, management area, or beach is strictly prohibited. Pets are prohibited from all state bathing beaches. Owners shall make every attempt to keep their pets quiet at all times, especially between 10pm and 7am. Washing of pets is prohibited in any natural water body. Pets are prohibited from the Burlingame picnic area from Apr 1 through Sept. 30. All escapes, bites to humans/other animals, and contact with wildlife must be reported to appropriate park staff.
Violation of any of the above requirements or any provision of DEMs Park and Management Area Rules and Regulations may result in eviction from the park/mgmt area and penalties not to exceed $100 for each violation. Violations of RI rabies laws and regulations are considered misdemeanor offenses in accordance with RIGL S4-13-32, and can result in seizure and impounding of the pet.
In addition to the requirements of this policy governing pets in Burlingame State Park, all other applicable sections of DEMs Park and Management Area Rules and Regulations shall continue to be enforced.
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