Each year this campground gets better and better. Still no reservations, only a honor system type box (and daily checks by city staff or so we're told). All spots have a concrete slab and patio, and good solid power / water. Each site also has sewer, making for quite a deal. We'll surely camp here again!
It is nothing fancy, but a great deal on a fun camping experience. The sites are level and, all with full hookups make for an easy stop for a day or weekend. Playground equipment is a bit dated, but the pool looks nice as well as the recreation hall. We will keep this location in our rotation of fun family friendly getaways.
Nice quiet campground. Lots of seasonal sites. Pool was closed after Labor Day, would have been nice to know. Sites were big, and they had a great group set up where you could face 5-7 campers around a central big fire pit, right across from the playground. Though the playground equipment was looking a little rough. We would stay here again.
Sites "down the hill" were plenty big to have a campfire, park the bikes, and still have room for recreation. Great set ups if you have a trailer, and are camping with friends who only have tents. Several bathrooms make it a short walk. Having a bike here is a must, since the nearby trail is over 50 miles of great pavement, and plenty of geo-caches. We will come here again and make it part of the family campsite rotation!
Ok facilities and spots. Would not recommend sites 39-41 as they are quite crammed together and next to the various hosts site. Water is supplied to the site through a hose, but worked ok. Worked well for the nearby marathon, and for site seeing around town, but any more than 2 nights would get a tad boring. Nearby biking / walking trail is wonderful, so bring your bikes!
Great facilities at the site, no sewer hookups, but they have a reasonably priced service to empty your tanks ($5 according to the guide). Deluxe sites are huge, standard sites have plenty of elbow room. Lots of hills coming into the campground, and between the game room / riverside sites. Couldn't tube due to high water on the river, but looked like a lot of fun. We will go here again!!
For the price and convince, this spot can't be beat. There are no reservations, so it sometimes fills up. All the sites are great, and offer full hookups. Some have concrete pads for the rig, as well as the patio. The bathroom and shower are very basic. We will stay here again!
This is a great park for a short stay with a family. Not a lot for kids to do, but the state forest and lake are nearby (~1 mile, a bit far to walk). The facilities are great with big pull throughs. Since we had two in our camping group, they set us up so that our campers faced each other, which was great! We would camp here again, but only if the state parks were full.
Nice campground with easy access from I-35. Spaces can be a little tight, but the shade trees and set up work OK. This was our first outing with a new travel trailer, and it turned out to be a great experience. There is some noise from the interstate, and the pool keeps busy on weekends, so keep that in mind.
This is a quiet family run park with plenty of shaded campsites. There are some steep hills (hence the name) which make for some fun trails to explore. The lake is great for canoeing or fishing, but is not much for swimming. All in all, a quiet relaxing stay!