The staff is very friendly and the park is beautiful. They have 45 paved level RV sites. Each site has plenty of room between them. 10 of the sites are long pull-through’s, some have 30amp and some have 50amp. They also have 8 sites they refer to as premium sites, those site have 30amp, water and sewer. The park has a separate area for tent camping. They have a nice playground, community center, covered pavilion, clean comfort stations with showers, hiking trails and the falls. The nearest shopping is Siloam Springs (6 miles). Good TV antenna signal with 21 stations and strong Verizon signal. We would highly recommend this park to anyone in the area. We stayed here for 9 days and wished we could stay longer.
This park has 33 level concrete RV campsites with 30 amp, water hookups, picnic table, grill and fire ring. They have a dump station, 2 comfort stations with showers, 2 playgrounds, a swimming beach, nature center, wildlife feeding area and 2 wildlife watch towers and covered picnic shelter. There is also has a one mile paved walking path. This is an older park and it does have a worn look to it. Most of the RV sites sit side by side with few small trees, except for 7 RV sites. The sites are located right along the water’s edge. Those 7 sites are spread out and under a few large trees. The water pressure at our site was not very good. The 30amp electrical plug receptacle appeared charred but worked fine. We have good Verizon signal and 16 TV channels. The nearest major city is Tulsa. Grove is the nearest town of a decent size and is about fifteen miles away. Grove has Wal-Mart, Walgreens and a few other major stores.
This is a great little state park off the beaten path. The site have plenty of space between them with large shade trees. Not all the sites are on the water but most of them are. Some of the sites have 50amps. This park also has 8 wooden lake huts for rent, boat ramps, group pavilion, fishing docks,swim beach,dump station and hiking trails. We will add this to our list of "Places to Stay"