Very nice park with lots of trees. The campsites are a good drive into the woods. There is a great boardwalk into the swamp land for viewing the wildlife. There are two fishing ponds with lots of brim in them. There is also a frontier village area for touring with animals as well. This is a great family park. The road into the camp area is narrow with lots of low hanging branches.
This is a very family friendly campground. We have been going there for over 20 years. The staff is a little unorganized and they need to update their system for reservations. They have two swimming pools (one heated and one not) that are well maintained. Some of the sites are hard to get in and out of due to trees but the trees make sure there is plenty of shade in the heat to the day.
This is a great little state park. There are lots of big oaks with Spanish moss hanging from them. The campsites are large and shady. Lots of walking trails with benches for resting along the way. The lake does have a lot of grass growing in it due to the lake being almost empty for a while which makes it difficult to fish without getting hung up.
This is a very nice park with lots of nice large sites. In order to get a waterfront site you have to get there early. It is difficult to get reservations unless you book early. There is nowhere to clean the fish you catch as the fish cleaning station is closed and has been for a long time. There also are only two showers available for use in the women's bath house which is not enough for the number of sites on the lake side.