This campground is kept up a very well for a county park. The area is beautiful and the observation tower is worth the walk up to the top. I went for “Jazz on the Vine” and ended up not taking my camper because of heavy rain, which turned into snow in May. My conversion van fit nicely in the pull-through, half circle site. The sites are too small for bigger rigs. An RV was in one of them, but I don’t know how they did it. I would recommend staying on the restaurant side too, which serves good food. The bathrooms are on the restaurant side, so I had to cross a bridge to get there. Also, there is only one toilet with two clean showers. There were only vault toilets where I stayed and it was around 30-40 degrees. If you stay, bring 2-3 hoses and a 50-100 foot electric cord. I came from Minneapolis and thought it was a bit difficult to find. Great value, very nice people at 3 Guys and a Grill, where you check in. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a nice rural park. Very good power, but water connections are a long distance from your site. Park is well maintained with good paved roads. We will use this park again. Our camping rate was based on a weekly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has a great restaurant on site, and a nice play area for kids nearby. There are campsites on both sides of the creek. All of the sites are pretty nice, but in our opinion the sites on the restaurant side are a little bit better, they're closer to the playground and the restaurant. There is less shade on the restaurant side. Bring a lot of hose if you want to hookup to water as the water connections are quite far away from some sites. Nice economical place for a family to camp. Will definitely return! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Reserved a water hookup site. Be sure to have a long hose, water hookups are very far away. Overall was a nice park to stay at. Camping is overseen by a bar/grill located on site. Bar/Grill has great food! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.