The sites are really great. Most are spacious and level. We stayed in #4 and we had lots of room to spread out. There are walking trails through all the sites leading to the bathrooms and along the river. The river was wonderful. Shallow with some deeper areas for swimming. We spent hours playing in the water, skipping rocks and catching crawfish. The dinosaur tracks are cool but kind of hard to see. We weren't able to eat outside because of the massive amount of flies. We must've killed a hundred of them. Bathrooms were clean. The price of the campsite does not include the $7 per adult per day fee you have to pay. Kids 12 and under are free. We would love to come back here again armed with fly swatters and fly paper.
This a a beautiful and clean park in a great location, close to an outlet mall. They have different levels of pricing for the sites. We went for the cheap bronze site and didn't really have much of a view. The gold sites are the best with lake views. They have a beach on the lake, but it rained the whole time we were here so we didn't get to use it. Bathrooms were clean; only 2 showers in the building but we never had to wait for it. Nice little camp store with fair prices. They deliver firewood to your site. Staff was very friendly. We enjoyed riding our bikes all over when it wasn't raining. We had a neighbor who played loud music the whole time and no one said anything to him. We didn't say anything eithe., but it was annoying at times. We would come back here again and maybe splurge for a gold site.
This was the only full hook up campground we could find on the river. Sites are nice and wide. We got a site on the river and enjoyed making a fire on the riverbank. Kids enjoyed playing in the water all day. They have really nice springs that feed into the river that you can tube. Also nice shallow pools for floating. The springs are fast moving though. The store is very expensive for the things you need like tube rafts and ice. They charge $2 to blow up your raft with a compressor. Now let's talk about the bathrooms. Gross!!! These were the dirtiest bathrooms. The toilet stalls don't have doors and the main bathroom door doesn't close all the way. Sinks are gross. You don't want to touch the handles. Bugs everywhere. Overflowing trash cans. The only showers are in the day use tent camping area, and they cost a dollar for 8 minutes. Watch out for clumps of hair on the shower floor. They are cleaner than the other bathroom, but that's not saying much. The dude that cleaned the bathroom only emptied the trash and replaced the toilet paper. Floors, sinks, and toilets were left untouched. This was ridiculous for $50 a night. Pros: beautiful river setting and nice spacious level sites with full hook ups. They had trash cans at the end of every site, and the grounds were kept clean. Cons: Disgusting bathrooms. We won't come back here because of that.
This is a gorgeous campground!!! Bathrooms were always immaculate. There's people on golf carts constantly cleaning things up. This is one of the cleanest parks we've ever been to. Palm trees everywhere. Only a few miles from the riverwalk area. There's also a bus that comes every few minutes that takes you there. Walmart and restaurants are close. The park is not in the best part of town, but once you're there- you forget about that. It was nice and quiet, and the people were friendly.
This was a nice clean campground. Very quiet and peaceful. We had a nice level site with beautiful views of the lake. We arrived late and paid for two nights. Then we found out they had no bathrooms or showers and only port a potty's that needed cleaning. I did end up finding a bathroom that was unlocked but it was dirty with bugs and spiders everywhere. My girls were afraid to use it. They don't have sewer hookups, so this made things difficult for our family of five. We may return one day if they open up the bathrooms and clean them.