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Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
This State Park campground was quite pleasant for us. We camped next to a stream which our 7 year old grandson enjoyed playing in and fishing (3 - 4 inch fish) but fun for him. We were in the B section which at least one person was irritated with because she had reservations there but found out she could not make the turn/hill to get into that section. To back into the site so my awning was on the fire ring and picnic table side, I needed a 35' electric cord. Likewise a 35' water hose. The park is quiet, the roads in the campground are paved which meant many little kids riding their bikes around. All in all an enjoyable stay. There are some negatives you should know about though as they may be important to you: 1) There is only one bath/toilet facility but despite the number of campers, it did not seem crowded; 2) there is only one dumpster located inconveniently; and 3) most important of all is that many of the sites have the electric posts and water spigots on the wrong side so that longer than normal cords/hoses are required. There are no sewers but there is one dump station just outside the campground. We camped at Natural Bridge State Resort Park - Middle Fork Campground in a Motorhome.
Plenty to do in the park and in the adjoining Red River Gorge if you enjoy hiking, kayaking, sightseeing. Only very small grocery stores nearby. Kroger is 13 miles away in Stanton. No alcohol sales including beer on Sunday.