Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $21.00
We stayed here for one night, and would love to come back again. The hiking trails around the campground are great, and the foliage in the fall was spectacular. The campground was about 2/3 full but didn't feel crowded. We didn't need to get anything after we arrived, but the town of Davis is close by (about 1 mile away) if you need provisions. We camped at Blackwater Falls State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2005 - $19.00
Nice, quiet friendly place. The hookups are electric only. Dry camping is not a problem for us until our freshwater tank runs dry. To refill it would have required breaking down the site and towing the trailer to the other loop of the campground, to the only water tap with a hose connection. I'd be concerned about supplying from that tap, as it is located just opposite the dump station, which has no water hydrant of its own. Aside from that, the staff could not have been friendlier or more accommodating, and even when the place was fully loaded on the Labor Day weekend, the other campers were quiet and civilized, unlike some other places we've stayed on holiday weekends. The surrounding countryside is beautiful. We camped at Blackwater Falls State Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice state park campground located 0.25 miles from Blackwater Falls in a very woodsy setting. Recreation area has basketball court, vollyball, tennis, and a swimming area on a lake. Most of the sites are too small for large rigs but a program is currently underway to enlarge some of the sites in the electric loop. If you arrived on a crowded weekend with a big rig, the available sites might be too small. Dump station and water station is located on one of the roads requiring some careful maneuvers the wrong way on a one-way street to get the correct side of my RV next to the dump. Then you block traffic while you dump. We camped at Blackwater Falls State Park in a Fifth Wheel.