This campground was small but laid out nicely. Their were two loops. One was just for scouts and tenters. Sites were spaced out with one bathhouse in the center. The bathhouse was dated but clean. Only one toilet and 2 showers in each one. No heat for those cold nights when showering. 80 miles of bike trails at the Santo's traihead with an obstacle and a small, no crank track to use. Quiet place with some train noise and highway noise from 301/27 but not unbearable.
We love this park. Quiet this time of year. Fishing dock is small but good for small fish. Many kayakers and canoeists use this campground. We stayed for 13 days this time. Restrooms were always clean, plenty of hot water. Staff very friendly as well as the camp hosts. Plenty of vegetation between sites for some privacy. We saw many 45 foot RVs come and go with no issues.
The park was quite full when we arrived. Bathrooms, especially the women's, wasn't clean at all. We like the privacy between sites. There is a dock for fishing and is shady most of the time. Tubing, canoes, and kayaks are the highlight of these springs. Very busy on the river during the week as well as on the weekends. Surprised that kids under 16 didn't have to wear helmets while biking (thought it was a state law). Overall a great place to stay!
Stayed here June 26 till July 1st. We enjoy the fishing at the two docks on two lakes. Three separate areas to camp and sites are quite large. Close to restaurants and stores. Park was quite empty during our stay. Lots of hiking trails around for hikers. Sites are mostly in sun with little shade available, but nice sites.
We enjoy this park. Shaded sites and quiet surroundings. No fishing areas in campground, but a short drive to the fishing docks at the dam. The only issue is some campers don't clean up after their dog waste, which is wrong on their part! Bathrooms are kept clean and park is clean and RV friendly.
We arrived on a Saturday afternoon. It started raining soon after that until Sunday noon. which resulted in lots and lots of mosquitoes. Park is surrounded by swamps. It is very pretty; shaded sites and room for some 40' RV's. Sites had some gravel but were mostly dirt. There are fire-rings at each site, and posts to put up your own clothesline. Cavern tour (45 minutes) was very unique and worth the adult $8 fee (kids 12 and under were $5 each.) They rent canoes on Tuesday and Wednesday when the cavern tours are closed. We fished the river but with no luck at all. Overall we enjoyed the 7 days we were there.
This was a great park. Large swimming pool is available from 9-5 pm daily with no extra fees for campers. Camp store with snack bar and Wi-Fi access. Sites were good, some areas are difficult to maneuver around due to trees close to road. Restrooms were OK, in one section of the park the restrooms were older than in the other. Nice river for canoes or kayaks that you can rent at a fairly reasonable price. In the summertime some sites get flooded and are closed.