Nice primitive camping site. We enjoyed this scenic place. There are some nice walking trails. You are surrounded by trees and right next to the river. Lots of room for the family. The bathrooms were typical for s state park.
This was by far the best site we've camped at. The bathroom and shower facilities were newer. They smelled and looked very clean and were well lit. The family felt very comfortable using the bathrooms. Our site was nicely layed out near the 5-acre lake they had. The water was a little better than what you'd expect from a lake. The sandy beach was nice. Everything was in close proximity to our site. The thing that made camping here so pleasant were the owners. They were always around riding their golf carts if you needed anything. They were nice people that just wanted to make sure you enjoyed your stay. We will definitely be going back there in the near future.
Let me first say that we stayed here 7-8 years ago and thought things were fine. This time was a mess. I reserved a site with water and electric about a week before my trip through their web site. When checking in, they said they did not have a site for the four nights I had reserved but I could have a site with electric only. They said that the web site does not keep up with their reservations (so why keep a web site in the first place???). We decided to cut our vacation short and stay the first two nights that both electric and water were available (We needed both for the 90 degree days we were having). The bathrooms were one of the worst I had ever seen at a campground. My one son held off going #2 for a day because of the conditions in the bathrooms. The toilets were not clean and they had spiders, wasps, or other bugs on or around them. The showers were just as bad. It's a good thing we had a shower in our camper because there is no way we could have showered there. They had two bath/shower houses that were both just as bad. Having a pool was nice but it was also in bad shape. You could see all of the rough patch work around the pool and there were some chunks missing from the bottom of the pool when swimming. My biggest complaint with the pool was that they didn't open until noon. It was 93 degrees outside and very humid but they wouldn't open the pool any earlier. The night before we left, a heavy rain came through and the electricity throughout the campground went out. So, we had no electricity or water for about five hours. Or course the pool couldn't be opened during the downtime because of the filters needing to be run. My kids were very upset because they only got to swim once. They didn't like the playground either (it was very outdated). It's a good thing we spent a lot of time at the local attractions. Sites were small. It seems like everyone was pushed together. On top of everything else, the circuit for our 30 amp hookup was bad. We ended up routing our electric to a 20 amp hookup at the next site because of this. This campground has a good location; it's too bad they can't perform some upkeep to their facilities.