Nice state park. Staff seems decent. Some sites wooded and some out in the open. You have your pick. No water at sites, but a few spigots here and there. Probably ought to be a few more so they aren't quite so far apart. Most roads were good; however, I was a little surprised with the main road running through the campground. There were a few craters that need to be addressed pretty bad. Bathrooms and showers were clean, but dated. Probably pretty active during the main season, but VERY quiet for our stay. We will stay here again.
Typical KOA, perhaps a bit sub-par. Very nice and helpful staff, clean restrooms. Showers were cold, not much hot water at all. Tighter spaces, even for KOA (IMO). Roads were in pretty rough shape...some gravel, many busted up concrete and/or asphalt. It should be one or the other, but not that broken up stuff. Keep in mind, we were there early in the season and a few of the amenities were not open.....no bouncy pillow or pool. Not a bad place, but not a great place either. I would stay there again, but would not go out of my way to do so.
Without a doubt, the best park we have been to. VERY well kept, excellent staff, roomy sites,.....literally don't have a bad thing to say about this place. Lots of downed trees from the tornado that can be gathered for firewood if you don't mind doing that kind of thing. Very clean facilities to include bathrooms and nice, hot showers. Accidentally left my Dutch oven tri-pod there when we left and a staff member took the time and his own money to send it back to me. A very good place. We will be back, for sure.
This was a tough one to rate, so allow me to clarify a few things. First, we would stay here again. Regarding the bathrooms and showers, they were clean enough to use, just outdated and absolutely no ventilation. They were terribly stuffy/moist. We stayed in site 21 which is right on the road. It wasn't really all that noisy since this is a small town, but it is still a road and still very close. Other sites would be better. Sites are somewhat close together. Electricity and water pressure were both plenty good. The sites were fairly grassy with a little sand/dirt here and there. They were mostly level sites. Sites were mostly shaded, however ours was only shaded for short time. The beach area is pretty nice. Again, we would camp here again. We just felt it could use some improvement. The staff was pleasant.
Great park. Clean restrooms and showers, good water and electricity and big shady sites. The lake is there and can be fished. Good trails and a fire tower to climb up if you are game for it. Book early as it gets packed, especially on holiday weekends. We will be back here for sure.
Absolutely fantastic park. Generally big sites. Most are well shaded with a few in the sun. Big pool for $2 per person. Lots of trails. Very clean/well kept bathrooms and showers. Showers were plenty hot, too. We will camp here again, no doubt.
This is our first review as well as our first time to stay in a KOA/private campground. We are typically State/National Park kind of people. That said, we found this to be a great stay especially for a quick overnighter. The staff here are plenty helpful & hospitable. There were a few parts of the campground that I felt could have been kept a bit better, but all the important things were top notch. Good electricity and water pressure, clean bathrooms and showers, nice pool, and decent camp store. This one is situated right in the middle of a blueberry patch, so you can go pick yourself some fresh berries. Although this is my first stay at a KOA, I have driven thru 3 of them now. Of the 3, this one has the most spacious sites. We would camp here again.