We stayed in site 39 by the river in our 37 ft Winnebago, with 50 amp/water/sewer connections. The park is lovely and well-maintained. Lots of green space where families were playing games. Our campsite was paved and shaded in the evening by a large tree. Some sites are shaded and some aren't. Fairly level sites. Hwy 15 to the campground is somewhat challenging with hills and sharp curves, but certainly doable. We didn't use any of the facilities. The reason for a 4 star rating instead of 5 is that unfortunately, our site was littered with trash and cigarettes. I would stay here again and would recommend. We camped at Gerald Freeman COE campground in a Motorhome.
Great looking COE campground, full hook-ups with 50amp that are in good condition. Huge park with a marina and lake/river side parking for those wanting to fish all night. Recently renovated from looking at things with the playgrounds. Gate attendants are friendly and friendly. No cellular coverage without booster for AT&T and Verizon. Would recommend for anyone wanting to stay in the Sutton area, quiet friendly well managed park with lots of outdoor activities, a snack bar and marina to enjoy. We camped at Gerald Freeman COE campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $10.00
$10/night with the All Access Nat'l Park Pass Sites. The higher numbered sites are more rustic and shaded, except along the river. We were on the river which was beautiful, but no trees. Hook ups, electric only. The lower numbered sites have E&W and some are getting sewer in. Bathrooms are fine, very pet friendly, lots of area to walk dogs, no Wi-Fi, and Verizon Internet very slow. We left early because of slow/no internet. Our site had ample sky view for sat. Nice camp host and COE officer. This river is a very popular fishing spot. There is a small marina open in the summer for boat rentals and snacks. We camped at Gerald Freeman COE campground in a Fifth Wheel.