This is a beautiful park. We had a pull through site, right next to the creek. Hook ups are on the passenger side of the site. Our site was sloped very badly and wheels were off the ground on one side in order to be mostly level. Site is asphalt. Nice big sites and deer roam the park in the morning and afternoon. Very relaxing! The office is inside the maintenance building and at the end of the road. Confusing if you don't already have reservations. Good interior roads, the road into the campground is very narrow and no shoulder. Looks like they are building a new office at the entrance. 50 amp and water, no sewer. The only place to turn the rig around was in the maintenance area parking, so we could hook up toad. We would stay here again, and can only imagine how beautiful this place is in the fall. We camped at Bledsoe Creek State Park in a Motorhome.
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Nice drive into Gallatin, and every store, restaurant needed is there.
Difficult to level RV. Satellite did not receive signal and TV antenna spotty at best. Back in. Very far from everything. Extremely large log cabin like building under construction...possible new bathrooms and store. Lots of deer and turkey. Older park built when smaller travel trailers and were the largest being parked. We camped at Bledsoe Creek State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $20.00
This park is very nice. One section is only two years old and in great shape. The host is very friendly and helpful. Be advised that NO alcohol is allowed and it is strictly enforced. Very clean restrooms. We camped at Bledsoe Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $20.00
Campsites are widely spaced, some pull-throughs. Forty-three (43) campsites have 50/30 amp service, and 14 have only 30 amp. The bath house we used was older but clean. There are a few trails, a fishing dock, a playground, dump station and a boat ramp but not much more. Quiet park with lots of deer. We will visit again! We camped at Bledsoe Creek State Park in a Tent Trailer.