Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $38.00
The road is very narrow getting to and from the RV Park. The owners recommend entering Blue Lake Road from the West. If the gate is locked, beep your horn and they will open it for you. Sites were gravel and dirt, only 30 amp with water and sewer. Picnic table, a few have fire rings, some with shade. Showers were old but functional. Fishing was great and the lake is 40' deep in most places. They have a boat launch and also rent boats, speed limit is 5mph. They have three docks that you can fish from. You hear the traffic on Hwy-20. Wi-Fi was poor for us but our friends received it fine. No cable or antenna TV reception. Owners were very nice and helpful. We camped at The Narrows Lodge Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful and secluded. Narrows is a proper name. They have a one way road that the county claims is 2 way. We were terrified coming in and leaving, prayed no one was coming the other direction. Once in the park the lake was beautiful and stocked with fish. The only downfall was that the main highway and you heard traffic constantly. We camped at The Narrows Lodge Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $27.00
Owners were great to work with. Fun area for kids to fish, rent boats etc. The only problem was that the restrooms/showers get a lot of sand from the beach area next to the office, and the restrooms become muddy from the use. There is a lot of clutter around the office from old broken down equipment, so they could clean it up some. Rates are reasonable for camping and the rentals. We camped at The Narrows Lodge Resort in a Travel Trailer.