Currently Carvers Creek State Park has no entrance fees or facilities with user fees attached. The park opened its gates to the public on September 9, 2013 and is operating under its Interim (temporary) Development phase. During this early phase of development, a park typically has few complex facilities such as camping that require fees. For now the park is a day use area with no camping available. The park offers hiking, fishing, picnic tables, educational programs, and a park office. See the park’s Master Plan for information on the park’s possible future development.