Woodridge Park is a primitive camping area for tents only. The park is free of charge and open year-round. Drinking water and a vault toilet are provided year-round.
Visitors can camp in the large mowed area near the entrance to the park or along the 4.5-mile trail. There are numerous small clearings along the trail that make excellent camping spots, but the Corps of Engineers asks that people use only pre-existing, permanent campfire rings. The trail is quite scenic as it travels through woods, meadows and hay fields, and meets up with the lakeshore intermittently.