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Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
Camp sites were not good. They are right on top of each other. hardly any room between our trailer and the tent neighbors we were next to. When we camp, we enjoy the quiet peacefulness of nature and the when you so close to your neighbor you can hear them fart in their tent it isn't enjoyable. Other issues were the nice wooded private sites had no electric and what sites did have it were only 20amp service. Most campers with trailer need 30 or more amps. The website has its site lengths wrong. We couldn't fix our unit in a site that was marked for 30 feet. Its was way less. Then we got into a small site size and can't have a camp fire because the pit is located in the front near the road and too close to our camper. This is disappointing because it's a beautiful state park with lots woods and trees. Bike trails well maintained and the beach was nice, although the rock on it were no fun to walk on. We are not talking little beach rocks, these are big and hard to walk on. They had nice shelters for use and we loved the water way/ creek that we kayak on. There is so much room at this park I can't believe improvements to the camp sites can't be made. The whole center part of our loop had empty space that could easily been made into sites. I won't camp here again unless I can go into one of those 6 wooded sites. And if it was bad enough, there was only 1 dump station/equipment/site. When everyone has to be out at the same time of 11am and only one camper can dump at time, there was a huge line to dump your waste. This is unexceptionable. The loop to the dump site was so small only 2 campers could fit into it, it was easy to turn into and no room for passing cars or other vehicles. It was a nightmare. We camped at Selkirk Shores State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Beach, nice creek for kayak or small boating, trails for bikes, walking. Picnic area was nice. But that was about it