This is a very clean, nice county park off the beaten path. It was almost empty the whole time we were here. The spots are spacious, level and easy to back into. The is no water nor sewer connections at the sites. They do have a hose at the entry to fill your fresh water tanks and a dump station to flush the holding tanks when you leave. There was one other camper in the park while we were there during the week. We would come back if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place for an overnight stop. Our site had two 30-amp connections, but no 50-amp, though there are a few sites with 50-amp, apparently. The sites on the back of the park are not big-rig friendly, but the front and middle sections are fine. There is water near the front gate which can be used to fill your tank. The only water elsewhere in the park is for filling a bucket, and has no hose-fitting. Besides the camp host, we were the only people at the campground (on a Wednesday). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Dodge County Park. There are 52 sites with electric, some are 15 amp, some 30 amp, and some 50 amp. Many electric sites are big rig accessible, but not all. There is no water available at the sites, but there is water to fill tanks at the entrance to the park and a dump station. This is a very nice park along the Crawfish River. A number of sites are along the river. Beautiful natural setting and usually very quiet, especially during the week. There is not a pool or a beach. A very nice playground and several hiking trails. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.