We had a wonderful weekend here with friends...once we got into the park. The roads into the campground are closed with gates at 10pm. We arrived as soon as possible after work on a Friday night and the park ranger who drove up to the gate would not let us in to join the other xxx-brand trailers. We boon-docked at a nearby Cracker Barrel Restaurant, and drove back in the morning. While the asphalt road have eroded to be 45% gravel and potholes, our gravel site was completely level. The areas between sites are average size, with nice green grass and large mature walnut trees. About 20% of the camper sites used their fire rings. All campsites are first come, first served,: no reservations. Seasonal pool in the park is available at extra cost. Horse back riding in the park is available at extra cost. Park rangers kept the park quiet, and enforced the 3pm checkout time. We would return...before 10pm. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I realty liked this park very friendly park and family friendly. Everyone was friendly. I rate this park a 9 only because the work campers assigned to our section were no where to be found and the showers floors were very slipper. When wet I fell, hit my head and face, and had a pretty bad bruise on my face that lasted a few weeks. Other then that I really enjoyed my stay We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has 3 RV campgrounds, Bald Eagle has FHU but no trees so we chose Incahias for the trees, due to the heat. The sites are not level, gravel, and most are pull-through. The bath house is old but clean. The swimming pool is on the other side of the park but looked very nice and only $4. We visited the Pioneer Village that is also a part of the county park system. Fun looking though the old buildings and having an ice cream cone. Would stay here again but probably in Bald Eagle Campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.