Date of Stay: August, 2013
As far as state park camping goes, this is far above the norm. Spacious sites with front loop all full hook ups. We camped with extended family after opening of water park and enjoyed a great six days. Nice flat scenic bike trail that runs through the park and is kid friendly - no Kamikaze mountain bikers trying to get airborne. Many of the full hook up sites offer shade and privacy- electric only sites are more wide open with minimal shade. Easy to find and access and is big-rig friendly. Staff and campground host very friendly and engaging. One of our return spots.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
Sites are large, grassy and have adequate shade. Many trees have seasoned since park opened. A large playground in center of loops with smaller ones in surrounding areas. There is a scenic bike trail and a moderately challenging mountain bike trail, plus several hiking trails. Lake is clean, but fished out. Beach is nice and there is boat and canoe rental and a large fishing pier. Roads are wide and well-marked and staff is friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers cleaned and well-maintained. One of our favorite destinations.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
An established state park campground that is very scenic, especially in the fall. Campsites are of medium size and most sites are partial to full shade. Ample playgrounds and area for recreation. Several hiking trails and there is a 90 foot fire observation tower that can be climbed that gives a wide view of the park and surrounding area. Camping here in the fall when leaves are down can be a challenge for finding roads within campground. Staff was very friendly and helpful. There is no campground general store and nearest down is approximately 20 minutes south.