Date of Stay: July, 2010
Plenty of cedar trees that, if not the prettiest tree, still provide shade. And the kids loved hiking up the "mountain." The premium sites are suggested for vehicles over 20', but we were able to fit our 31' FW in the non-premium sites and liked the scenery much better. We hiked, biked, boated, and a nondenominational ministry group had games for the kids one afternoon. We've already reserved for next year.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We really enjoy this campground. On Saturdays they open what they call the Discovery Center, which hosts educational games and activities for children. The playground is just an old slide and swing set, but our kids still had lots of fun, and they were updating the one by the lake when we were there. Very friendly staff and volunteers, nice little fishing lake, and plenty of pavement for a family bike ride (if you don't mind riding hills). There are lots of great hiking and mountain biking trails too. If you're up for it, drive down to Monk's Crossing and ride your mountain bikes to the old Clarity railroad Tunnel. We pulled the kids in bike trailers and they really enjoyed it. Each site in the Honey Flats Area (the area with hookups), has a covered picnic table, grill, fire ring, and lantern stand. You can easily find shade for a tent, but most of the trees are really too small to provide much for a camper. In all, it's definitely worth a visit--we've done two, and plan to do more.