Very nice park near Fuzzy Zoeller's Covered Bridge GC. We reserved a 50 amp site. There are only a few. We were there mid-week and there were plenty of 30 amp sites to choose from too. There are a few pull thrus also. Shower rooms were very good. Pleasant shaded back in sites are in separate sections for horse campers and regular folks. Good looking beach in the park. I think they get lots of day traffic there. We'll stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed for one week. This is the third time here for us. Very nice large sites and several are water front. This year the bathrooms have been re-done and looked good, also several family cabins are being installed which we may take advantage of to have our adult children down to camp with us. Will be back next year for sure! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A horseman's delight! Deam Lake has a large horse campground, and we enjoyed frequent walks through this section to look at all the fine animals. The regular electric campground was well spaced, didn't feel crowded. The swimming beach is a good distance from the CG - not really walkable. A small Nature Center is on site. No water service at the campsites - hence the lower rating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Loved the site we had, F-22. Great view, very big lot. Good fishing. As others have stated, the bathrooms were in horrible shape. Poorly maintained and cleaned. Have been to other state parks that this has not been a problem, not sure why it is here. Will be going back because there was a lot more we liked than we disliked. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Although the grounds are nice and the lake view sites are nice, many of the sites are crammed together and there is little privacy. There are both pit toilets spread throughout and shower houses. The latter were not well-maintained at all. Sinks were dirty and toilets were overflowing. There is a swimming beach and a small boat rental. The "camp store" was a joke. Although there were water spigots scattered about, for $25/night one would think there would be water at each site. There is also a $5 gate fee to get into the park itself. Although I will go back (because it is close to home) there is a lot of room for improvement here. There is also a horse camping area with stalls and, if you are a horse person, this is a very nice place to camp and ride. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.