Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $23.00
One of our favorite parks. The closest to Bridgewater. The camp sites are huge and not ruled off. You have a lot of flexibility as to his you set up. They have added 50 AMP service since we were last here a year ago. The park is well kept and extremely quiet. If you are looking for a peaceful, rural setting, this is it. We did not have sewer. The system says sewer is available but I think this is an error. We camped at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed overnight here. This is a county park. The sites are all on grass with unusual hookup arrangements. For the full hookup sites: really have put your thinking cap on to vector your rig in and be able to reach the facilities. That said, the sites are roomy and level. Nice playground for the kids and the chimneys are fun to explore. The staff were as friendly as can be, and other campers as well. We camped at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.
Enjoyed our camping experience at Natural Chimneys very much. Campgrounds were clean and well kept. Bathrooms are old but kept clean and freshly painted. There are several hiking trails. The beauty of the Chimneys was awesome. We hope to return there many times. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We camped at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in a Tent Trailer.
We are camping here for a week over the 4th. As noted the sites are very large, some shaded, some not. The bath houses are showing their age but have been well maintained and are clean. The grounds are clean and the grass looks nice. Because of the holiday weekend the place was full with a lot of extended families. The roads leading to the cg are pretty narrow and winding so caution is advised. This is a good public cg and we will return. We camped at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2006 - $20.00
This is a better than average public campground with the most spacious sites we've ever seen. Most are grassy and a lttle levelling is need in many. Our site was 75 feet by 75! Most others are 50-75 feet wide. We were there in a fringe season and the park was only 10% full but I think they might be full every night in the summer. We camped at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2005 - $30.00
We were there for the jousting and it was $3 more. It is a very nice campground with nice grassy sites. The sites are big and for the most part level. A few may need a small block or two. The water is good and staff very friendly. We camped at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in a Fifth Wheel.