We stayed here over 4th of July weekend and was a little disappointed on our campsite. It was shaded, but sites in our area were right on top of each other. Sites towards front of campground were spaced apart more as were sites located by tent camping area. However you have to be cautious on sites because a lot were uneven and smaller. We had a 21' and was tight getting into our site. It was packed of course, but was surprised to see how quiet it was. That was nice to have. As for things to do it was good. There was 2 trails to hike, but only 2.25 total. The swimming pool was nice and the smaller but nice lake had boats for rental also. There was plenty of family activities to do i.e. volleyball, miniature golf, basketball, tennis, hiking, paddle boat rental, swimming, and hiking to name some. We liked it overall and would stay again, just in a different site. We camped at Kincaid Lake State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Very beautiful and clean pool. However, the sites are very crowded. We camped right beside the playground: MISTAKE!!! It was not too bad mid-week but on Friday night & Saturday everything was packed, bathrooms, etc., kids for days. Does not appear to be restrictions on the number of people camping at a site. We enjoyed our stay, but will not go back. We camped at Kincaid Lake State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Camped here for four days. Better bring a bunch of blocks for leveling. Website says the sites are slightly level, try moderate to severe. I stayed in site 13, stay away! The sites in the area, I would stay away from. The pool was nice and the staff was great. I seriously doubt that I would go back. If you are going, try sites 1-9, 53, or 41. This campground is tight on space and it's a four mile haul out a two lane road from Falmouth to get to it. We camped at Kincaid Lake State Park in a Travel Trailer.