Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $29.00
I always review from the perspective of a dad with lots of little kids. We had fun at this state park. The lake is great for swimming, kayaking, or rowing (no motor boats allowed). There is a trail to hike around the lake. This is a popular swimming hole and the beach area fills up every day, even week days, with day use folks. There is also a nice playground, picnic area, and softball field. There is a small store there that sells food, ice, and firewood. The sites were nice. We had #12. I backed our 24' trailer into it with no problem. We could not put our awning out as we were so close to a tree, but that didn't matter as we were under a canopy of trees. The restrooms were clean and the showers worked fine. There are about 10 utility sites and a dump station on the way out. We camped at Battle Ground Lake State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $1.00
We stayed four nights with our disabled vet's state pass at zero cost. (We had to put $1 in order to write this review. It would not take a zero amount.) A very small, quiet, family friendly campground. Very curvy turns with lots of trees for our 38' 5th wheel, but can be done. Relatively flat grounds. The host was helpful and we would definitely stay again. Had T-Mobile cell service and AT&T aircard service with no problem. We camped at Battle Ground Lake State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $25.00
Only 6 hookup sites available at this park and all are in a deep woods setting. The small lake is stocked with trout and a very popular fishing spot. Lake also has nice roped off swimming area for the kids (none under 4 allowed in the water). Many folks had kayaks, inflatable rafts, canoes, and small row boats. Motor boats are not allowed on the lake. Close to the lake is a small concession stand with hot dogs, other small snacks, and bait. This campground also has a nice little playground and a couple of large open areas. There's also several covered locations for group functions. We camped at Battle Ground Lake State Park in a Motorhome.