Date of Stay: August, 2010
We stayed in an economic site, in section D. It was directly across from office which was good for us. It was a spacious site although we didn't have any neighbors so that gave us extra room. We enjoyed the site and would pick it again. We were here during the week so we didn't have to pay for the jumping pillow but I definitely would have been irritated if we would have had to. Its a great location, close to town and wineries. Staff fairly friendly, but had a hard time believing that it was best campground last year. It wasn't that nice.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We had a great time staying here. Enjoyed fishing in the pond (caught lots which thrilled kids). Has a wonderful swimming pool. Lots of great things to do on the weekend and really enjoyed the staff. Everyone was very friendly and went out of their way to be helpful. Site was very level (which was a bummer when it rained and flooded). Our site was narrow and close together but our biggest complaint was that our neighbors electric and water hookup was in middle of our site, we had to walk around it under our awning. Other sites are great and we will stay again.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
Great state park camping. Only electric hook-up but pretty great sites. We have stayed a few times and really enjoy. Lower loop close to playground and allows pets. More private and quiet sites away from these things. Miles and miles of hiking. Swimming at beach. Boat rentals. Fishing. Good educational programs. Sites fairly level. All back in.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
Really great sites. Lots of shade and room. Not a lot of restrictions on cars or visitors. Close to town. Not a lot to do at the campground. Has good fishing spots, and a few places to swim. If your willing to drive or want to canoe, lots can be found to do. The playground is very poor and needs updated. Only some of the sites can be reserved. Most sites are fairly level.