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Date of Stay:
October, 2014 -
This is a beautiful state park with limited facilities. No sewer or water hookups, but there is a dump station. There are also a few water faucets, but none really close enough to the RV sites to make it practical to fill the water tank. There are only pit toilets available, though they are the nicest pit toilets I've ever seen. There are 10 electric (20/30/50 amp) sites, though only 6 may be reserved. Sites 4-9 are the reservable sites, with 4 being a pull-through. Sites 1-3 are walk-in only and are the most shaded. Site 10 is for the camper-host. The sites are level asphalt and 35-40' long. There are some new pads across from the RV sites, but they have no electric, and no site numbers. It looks like they may be increasing the number of RV sites. Verizon wireless service was strong. We stayed Sunday and Monday nights, by Monday afternoon there were only 2 campers in the entire campground. Nearby attractions include the Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, Glen Helen Nature Preserve, Clifton Mill, the town of Yellow Springs, and the not to be missed Young's Jersey Dairy! We camped at John Bryan State Park in a Fifth Wheel.