Date of Stay: October, 2011
There are 2 camp grounds (upper & lower) we prefer the upper as the sites where better and roads seemed in better shape. Not all sites are level but there are full hookups. The colors of the trees where awesome and lots of trails to hike. The view from the lodge is awesome. When coming into the park, come from the north (281) as the south entrance is hairy for big rigs. There is a store in the park for any needs you may have. We liked this place very much.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
This campground is a really nice area. Has a mix of campsites that range from private with lots of shrubs around them to more open and close to the lake. Bath rooms are clean and in good shape. Lots of trails and several small ponds good for fishing. Some mountain biking trails as well.
Date of Stay: February, 2011
The park is nice. Lots of woods around camp sites. The Dog loop sites are closer together than at the Meadow site loop. Nice trails around the park and some mountain biking trails as well. It was very noisy on Saturday night but that was do to all the families having allot of fun. Watch out for the ticks though. Over all a nice place to stay. The roads are not paved and it can be tight for some of the bigger campers. You can do it though, if you have a mind too.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
This is a nice state park with a big spring to swim in. The springs are developed with stairs to enter. Camp sites are full hookup and are not developed. Some sites are not level and you will need to make sure to let them know your rig size. We came here to swim and camp over a 3 day holiday. We enjoyed it and so did our kids. Staff was nice and friendly. It was quiet and we will go again.
Date of Stay: January, 2009
A very nice camp ground. Some sites are very private and other are out in the open. It is a very pretty area with lots of hiking and biking trails. The lake is a level is low though but did not take away from it being nice. There is a small town store to get ice and what not if needed. We stayed in the D loop. Sites are level with gravel and there are a few concrete slabs also.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
Road in to park is paved but has many pot holes. Bay access is not as easy as you may think and most of the park is a reserve that is off limits to public. Pets are allowed but no where except in campground. Pretty area and nice if you want to be on the beach. Watch for sand fleas. Heavy!
Date of Stay: April, 2008
This campground is very nice. There is a trail that goes around the lake for 3.5 miles and the woods are nice. Fishing is good and the bull frogs and water fowl sing during the night. Access is easy and the rest rooms are very nice. Very nice place to stay.
Date of Stay: October, 2007
We went there for a couple of days and it is a great place to get away from it all and still have some of the comforts of home with the hook ups. This is one of the few campgrounds that has hookups. You can't use a cell as there is no signal there. No playgrounds either other than the river and mother nature. We loved it. The camp sites are very private with greenery all around. Black as silk at night to for star gazing. If you want a rustic place with hookups, this is it. It is 20 miles north of Russellvile. Look up the site to find out more. Don't want to make it too easy to find than everyone will be there, you know what I mean?