Business Description: Cedar Bluff State Park is divided into two, unique areas along the shorelines of Cedar Bluff Reservoir. The Bluffton Area, on the north shore, provides nearly 350 acres for visitors. It is the most developed area and provides a variety of facilities to meet the outdoor enthusiasts needs. They include: boat ramp facilities, utility campsites, community shelters, shower houses & dump stations; five modern rental cabins and numerous undesignated primitive campsites & picnic areas.
The Page Creek Area on the south shore of the reservoir, is nearly 500 acres in size. It is not quite as developed but provides some of the finest primitive camping in the state with its large shade trees and sandy shorelines. The Page Creek Area contains utility campsites, a community shelter, dump stations, boat ramp facilities, shower houses and designated primitive campground and numerous undesignated campsites.