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States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
July, 2009 -
The park has been recently re-done. The beauty of this location is Rainbow Springs/River. It's walking distance to river: tubing was amazing. Park has very large sites, sewer, some shade. We stayed in Site 52. Huge and paved, but the sewer was not thought out well, it was uphill and at the back of site. Overall this park has a lot of potential. I'd recommend staying in the B or C loop. Most sites you can back into easily, some of the widest roads I've ever seen in a state park. C loop has some shady sites. Also on the B and C side there appears to be no tent sites. Two negatives, Loop A has tent sites, our stay in Site 52, was marred primarily due to the drunken parties being held across from us. Why no rangers said a word is beyond me. There appeared to be minors getting blasted along with the parents, liquor bottles, very loud music, etc. Am still shocked this was allowed in a state park. Other than that, bring your own lawn mower, as they don't seem to like to use them. But, we will go back. The river is too beautiful to stay away, we just won't stay near the tent sites. We camped at Rainbow Springs State Park in a Fifth Wheel.