This is a primitive campground with no hookups available. If you enjoy lake activities and just relaxing, this may be the place for you. The bathrooms are pit toilets only but are kept relatively clean. The grounds need to be kept better with more frequent grass mowing and tree and brush trimming done on a regular basis. A lot of the sites are starting to get over grown to the point it can be difficult to back trailers in.
This campground requires phone reservations that are paid in full. This made our check in process very easy as it was done at the front gate without a need to park and go into the office. Every camper (and visitor) was escorted to the site by a staff member. We were offered help backing into the site which was appreciated. There is a beautiful new in ground pool. We found the buildings, grounds, and pool area to be very clean and well kept. All the sites are in a wooded location and there was no open field with big campers parked like sardines. We did see a few large 5th wheelers and class a coaches on some sites. Our trailer is 27 feet long and most sites were large enough for it to comfortably fit on. The Chickasaw Cafe is upstairs in the rec hall. We ate supper friday evening and had breakfast Sunday morning. he food was outstanding in both quality and quantity. The campground staff was very friendly and helpful. Quiet hour is 11:00pm and is enforced nicely by periodic patrols by staff members using electric golf carts. My family had a wonderful time and are looking forward to a return visit.
Our family was not happy with our experience at this campground. The restrooms are dirty and poorly maintained. The sites seemed very congested and many of the seasonal sites were in poor condition. The snack bar was not opened when it was supposed to be and the office staff was rude to us when we questioned them about this.