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Date of Stay:
May, 2006 -
What a great park! My family lives 40 miles from this park. They all think the park is just alright, but they also visit it alot more than most. This was my first time camping in a state park and i was impressed at the size of 90 percent of the sites. Very woody and secluded sites. We had a site pretty close to the bath house so of course we heard the doors closing at all hours. The park has its own boat ramp if you want to bring your boat. We parked the boat right in front of our site. There was a steep hill to get to the water but with careful navigation it was ok. We were there over memorial day weekend and it was full. You wouldn't know it because of the way the sites were layed out. Overall great experience and a definite change from the packed up close "resort type" campgrounds. We booked a site for a 5 day stay in august before we left, cant wait to go back. We camped at Modoc COE in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
February, 2006 -
Let me start off by saying this campground is nice. I would have given a higher score but there is absolutely nothing for the kids to do. Luckly, my 9 year old made friends with the (one) other little girl here. They did well by entertaining themselves. This is definitely an overnighter. We were here for 4 days and the rigs were rolling in at 7pm through early am. If you plan on staying here for more than a night, ask ahead if there are any sites towards the front of the campground. It seems we were at the transcient spots. Nice lake, but didn't get a bite, along with some other guys who had been fishing it for a couple of days. Agree with previous post, the guy that owns this place would give his shirt off his back for you. Overall nice place just not a "sit and relax" type place. Will come back for an overnighter but nothing more. We camped at Lake Harmony RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
August, 2004 -
Great campground for the whole family. Alot of things to do for the kids. Big waterslide, basketball, mini golf, ride bikes, fishing, paddle boats. Campground is easy to get to right off I-10. This is not a place to go and do bird watching refering to all the kids around. Mostly all sites are dirt but level for the most part. We have stayed here twice and enjoyed both. We will definitely be back. Oh and I would recommend you get the park wrist band for an extra ten bucks pays for itself in the first hour of being there. Also camp host works her backside off to make your stay the best. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Madison in a Travel Trailer.