This is one of the most well-kept parks we have camped in regularly. The sites are large it's quiet and wooded and beautiful. We camp there often especially early in the year when you get your State Senior Discount. The staff is friendly and helpful. We will continue to camp there often. Only down side is no cell service. It's a small price to pay for the beautiful and peacefulness of the area. We camped at Cedar Creek State Park in a Motorhome.
Beautiful Park. Somewhat of a hidden gem. It takes a while to get there so it.feels like you driving forever. Heavily wooded campground makes for great shade. It appeared to be a very well kept park. Fire rings were all cleaned out and flipped up. Bathrooms & showers were clean but dated. Could stand to be updated. Good electricity and lots of water pressure....maybe even on the high side (?). Lots of families camping but still was nice and quiet. Will camp here again for sure. We camped at Cedar Creek State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
My family and I visited as a quick trip to try out our new camper. All the facilities were clean and well kept. They offered many free activities for the family- hay rides, stream stomps, hikes, etc. Sites were roomy with gravel and grass, most were shaded. Rangers were friendly and helpful. We camped at Cedar Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful wooded campground with a creek running through it. We camped in the middle of the week and had our choice of campsites. The restrooms and showers were clean but very old with rust on the doors. This is a great campground for bike riding and hiking. We camped at Cedar Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.