This was our first time camping at Morrow Mountain and we enjoyed a fun Easter Weekend with two other families. The sites were spacious with nice pads, fire grates, lamp posts, and picnic tables. We were close enough together to share meals, but far enough apart not to hear conversations. One of the sites was difficult to navigate due to trees, so I needed to move my pop-up to allow our friends with a 32' TT to back in to the site. Power was adequate for our needs and provided multiple plug-ins. The bath house was clean and stocked, but a walk from our sites. Water spigots were located throughout the campground. The state park has a beautiful pool (built by the CCC) available in the summer, a lake front with boat rentals and concessions, and great hiking. The deer made daily visits and were enjoyed by all. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This was an awesome campground. We were very happy with the large shady sites. Our site # 82 felt very private even though it was pretty close to the bath house. This is a great park with lots to do. The camp hosts were friendly and kept a good eye on things, but not too intrusive. Our site was ADA accessible and we choose it because it had a paved park area. The bathrooms were okay. What you expect from a state park. Dump area was easily accessible with potable water. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.