Date of Stay: June, 2010
This is a very nice, clean park. People are here to put boats into the water. We backed up to tent sites with our hybrid trailer, so we actually could see the lake. Seems scooters were popular to ride around and around, later in the day. Did have to wait for a shower but there are 2 bathhouses. Boat traffic was not all that heavy on the lake, and you can park your boat trailer by the water. Some tent sites on the water. Sites are still a little close to each other but the roads were a bit wider. Swimming beach and playgrounds. Easy drive and good paved roads.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
This was our first time out with our hybrid camper on Memorial Day weekend. Our camper is 18 feet closed but when we drop the two ends it is 22 feet, the site was for 25 feet and felt very close to the road. Parked our truck parallel to the camper. The staff was very friendly, clean restrooms. The sites are very tight to back into, tight corner turning into the campground. You have to drive to the pool. There are hiking trails to get to the falls. A little playground on the circle, but not a lot of places for kids to ride their bikes or play. Lots of shade. Picnic tables and fire rings at the sites. Seems everyone brought their dogs (including us) and they were all well behaved. We hiked to the falls (both Cumberland and Eagle Creek) from camp, then drove over to Dog Slaughter Falls.