Nice park in a natural sitting but could use some TLC. The sites were mostly level side to side but some had a considerable slope. Our 50amp plug was not working properly so had to switch to the 30amp but not a big issue. The roads and sites are all paved and it was easy to navigate with a big rig. The sites are very wide with cement picnic table and fire ring. Lots of trees so satellite may be difficult at some sites. There were a couple of long term units at the entrance to the loop that did not give a good first impression of the park. Water pressure was very high, make sure you use a regulator. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an absolutely beautiful state park with immaculately maintained facilities. In our minds, the only thing that keeps this from rating as a perfect 10 was the lack of a fire ring at our site. The PA price of $10 is unbelievably low for such a nice place. The CG is extremely quiet with lots of wildlife. A large beach and playground would be wonderful for the kids in warm weather. The night lighting was similar to what you would expect in a neighborhood. Although this makes for a safer park, it detracts a bit from the camping experience. There is only one pull-through site, but all the sites are very roomy. We'll definitely return to the CG when in the vicinity again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a surprise to us great little park, the staff was friendly and helpful, Good electricity great water pressure. They do have a beach swimming area, and three rental cabins. Suggest that buy all of your supplies in Newton before coming here, as Decatur store left a lot to be desired. Good sat coverage on the odd number sites, use our View Qube with no trouble. We could see the lake behind us through the trees. Lots of hardwood trees, and lots of deer. One of the neat thing is all sights have a built in fire ring, and grills. All sights have a flat spot landscaped for tents, and a holder for a lantern. We will be back here a lot. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice surprise for us since it is quite a bit upgraded from what was in our Trailer Life book. It also honors Passport America on certain days of the week. It has a nice woodsy atmosphere. We camped here in a Motorhome.