A beautiful park. A few platforms are long enough and flat enough for our 38' motorhome. We placed ours on an angle. It was a unique way to hang out over the lake and trees. The shower house was clean, and warm with plenty of hot water and water pressure. There is very good food at Park's Marina Galley restaurant. There are beautiful vista views from visitor's center. Be careful to check wooden platform for nails before parking since tenters often use nails to hold down tents. Great price since it accepts 'America the Beautiful Access Pass'. It is open all year -- we shared entire campground with only one other motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Edgar Evans State Park is set on the shores of Center Hill Lake, where innumerable steep, folded hills offer outstanding scenery. Because of these steep hills, campsite constructions is very unusual where large, level, wooden camping platforms supported by concrete and metal poles extend from the steep sloping hillside. So, you literally pitch your tent or park your RV on a wood deck. The picnic tables are on the platform, but the upright grill and fire rings are on the land, by the platform. Better not build a fire on the deck! This platform setup literally has campers hanging out in the trees. Low wooden fences border the platforms to keep you from falling off or driving off them. These campsites are great for tenting and some travel trailers, but are not big rig friendly. While the decks are level, most all of them are above or below road level. So you will most likely drag when parking on the campsite. Campground roads are difficult to drive in a big rig. Rest of park is great, but I will not return to this campground in a big motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice corp of engineers park on a large lake. Sites are oddly situated and some of the roads are a bit tight to navigate but overall a very nice park. RV sites are all paved / cement and have great electric and water hookups. 2 dump stations are available in the park. Verizon phone and data signal available but not super fast (3G). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an Army Corps park. It is on a hill side with some tricky turns and parking for some spots. There were some big family gatherings at some spots because of the weekend but it was quiet when needed. There were lots of kids. The swimming was ok but on a very slippery concrete slab that runs into the water. There is no WiFi and phone reception for internet was minimal. There is a clean bath house. There is a strange atmosphere and no personal touch to campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground but very difficult to get out of. The exit road makes a 150 degree turn that could not be made without maneuvering in a parking area beyond the turn to get turned around. Otherwise the campground is beautiful and well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
COE campground on Center Hill Lake, Floating Mill has waterfront sites with concrete pads. These high use sites are pullthrough or back in, and sites are close together with only a few shady sites. Most sites away from water have good shade. Two or three road turns have very tight maneuvering, but even big rigs can make the turns. Sites should be reserved well in advance. No store nearby, so expect to go 5 miles or more if you have to restock the pantry. No swimming pool in campground, but there is a nice lake swim area with beach. Stayed two weeks with eight other family and friend RVers - all had sites close together - so had a great time. We would visit this campground again. We camped here in a Motorhome.