Date of Stay: June, 2008
Sites and interior roads are gravel. Our site was very unlevel. Our front wheels were off the ground to level! Since there was no shade and the ground unlevel, we did not even put out our chairs. If there is cable at your site you must pay for it whether you choose to use it or not. The basic cable service was sporadic so we still had to hook up our dish. The shady sites are rented to long term residents. The playground was in fair condition but did not have many items. The pool was well maintained. Our site was to have 50amp power but was only 40amps. No grills. Fire rings are old tire rims.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
Another great Army Corp of Engineers park! There are eight waterfront sites. The remainder are hillside sites with a creek winding through them. You do not have a view of the river from the hillside sites. All sites have paved pads, picnic tables, lantern hook, grills and fire rings. Some sites have decks that overlook the creek that flows by. The majority of the sites are shady. Although there are seven first-come first-serve sites, I would have a reservation before going.
Date of Stay: April, 2008
This is a great campground. Each site has a level paved pad with a large table, grill, light hook, large fire ring and a chopping block table that can be put by the grill or to cook fish on. We camped by the pond. The sites are large with lots of trees. Be sure to bring bug spray. The camp ground has a separate fish cleaning house.