If you want peace and quiet this is the place! We were in the last camping loop and never had more than 3 neighbors in the 2 days we stayed. The grounds are beautiful lush grass that is well maintained. There are miles and miles of hiking trails throughout the park, if you're so inclined. We did have a couple of problems. First the trees need trimming badly. While we were backing into our site a branch hooked our TV antenna and ripped it off the roof! Then our RV acquired a dislike for the 30 amp GFCI breaker in the power pedestal. It worked fine all of the first day but then wouldn't hold just at bedtime. One of the maintenance workers changed out the breaker the next day but it too tripped quickly. The worker said this is a frequent occurrence with many RVs and some just leave, not being able to find a site where the 30 amp breaker doesn't trip. We wound up moving to a site with a 50 amp, non-GFCI breaker and had no further problems. It is also a challenge finding a level site. All but a handful slope one way or another. We would definitely camp here again: assuming we could find a level site with 50 amp service! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very quiet and peaceful place. The little pond was fun for bass and bluegill fishing. Saw horsemen on the trails, and I hear its good for that. Great mountain bike trails on the South side. Very little shade and gravel pads are overgrown with grass. Had some trouble with our 30amp; had to give it a few whacks to work. Pit toilet was atrocious, but nothing new there. Showers were outdated though fairly clean. The water smelled terrible. Overall, its a good trip if you stay away from the facilities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a good family type campground for get together or reunions. Very few amenities available. Can be used for inexpensive overnight stop over. The sites were somewhat uneven and hard to back a large rig into. Bring your own water as there is only one water connection by the restrooms per campground loop. There is one shower facility to accommodate the 3 camping loops. Wildlife can be seen in the park. We saw a deer and a wild turkey in our camping loop. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are mountain type bike and hiking trails. Near but not part of Jubillee College, which is an interesting tour. We spent 3 days there and would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.