This County Regional Park is located about a 15 minute easy drove off I-215. It has two loops: Cottonwood and Lakeside. Cottonwood is the newer section and Lakeside is older. We stayed in Lakeside as it has more shade trees. All sites have a fire ring and picnic table. There are two fishing lakes stocked with trout and catfish. There is a really nice water play area for the kids, mini golf, and trails for bike riding or walking, with a nature center close by.
We've stayed here twice and always enjoy ourselves. It's nice to find a place where campfires are allowed. We had no problem with our 36 foot RV as the sites are large and wide enough for opening the slides.
My only complaint is noisy campers after quiet hours. There are at least 5 camp hosts (we were camped across from them) and we could clearly hear a group of people yelling and shouting from quite a distance away. This went on until midnight and if we could hear them I know the hosts could hear them, yet nothing was done. I enjoy hearing people and children having a good time but there are quiet hours for a reason and I appreciate campgrounds that at least attempt to enforce their own rules.
As this is close to home it's a nice little get away and we will go again. It's usually filled every weekend during the summer months and hard to get into so make reservations. - Mjoseph320
Very nice regional park. Good value. Not many campers Sun through Thursday. Packed on Friday & Saturday. Two man made lakes that are stocked with trout. Good fishing. This is an excellent, reasonably priced campground if you are staying in this area. We stayed a week. - Smokinghawk49
Fabulous county park with scenic and roomy RV sites. The newer Cottonwood loop is ideal for large RV's. Back in sites on the perimeter are huge but don't have grass. Interior sites are also large and surrounded by grass. Usually booked on weekends but no problem getting in during the week even without reservations. Well run, clean county park with lots to do. Will stay here again. - lmg