Senior rate for off season, $8 for any site. Normal rates are $12 for no hookups and go up to $18 for 50 amp. Some of the no hookup sites are huge and on the lake. A few of the 30 amp sites have there own water. The 50 amp sites are all in a row on the left when you come in. Sites are mostly gravel, but some grass sites. Only problem was the number of dogs off lease here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice COE park with large sites and fire ring. There is a playground but no swimming access. There is a laundry, which was very inexpensive: $0.75 for wash and dry. Rt 136 west from Franklin really needs repair; the road from the east is much better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If this is what Corps of Engineers campgrounds are like, sign me up! The rate reflects an off-season Golden Eagle rate but even at the full rate of $10, you sure can't beat this park. Large pull-throughs, beautiful lake views, peace and quiet. Handicapped accessible restrooms; boat ramp; laundry room; and several playgrounds. My only wish is that they would put some pull-through sites at the east end of the park where the water is. We would most definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well, it takes a lot to be a Corp of Engineers park ($9 w/62+pass) and each one is better than the last. Paved access, gravel-level sites for big rigs. Room to roam, lake views (some are on the lake) only few water sites, but many w/ele. Quiet, Week ends a bit busier but still room, Relax and watch! We camped here in a Motorhome.