This campground is nice, small but nice Bathrooms are clean kept, camp sites are shaded. The pool is big but wasn’t open when we were there. It has a cave on site with a guided tour.
This was a small campground, and while initially unimpressive, we had a really great time here and there was surprisingly a lot to do and keep you busy.
When we first drove in to the "regular" part of the campground, I found it unappealing as it seemed more like a parking lot with a bunch of RV sites, but we were able to stay in the primitive camping "loop" and had SO much space and woods to run in, hills to climb, and space to explore. It was absolutely perfect for kids. There are only a few of these sites and while you can see them from each other, there is so much space between them that it feels more private. The sites were bordered by woods and hills which gave the kids lots to explore.
The pool was closed when we were there in April, but I believe they said it was closed indefinitely.
The cave tour are a real highlight of the park. The cave is fascinating and fun to tour too - lots of tight spaces and interesting formations. There is a bit of climbing (stairs) so if that's not your thing, you may want to think twice. We saw lots of super cute tiny bats but none of them ever bothered us.
There is also a cute playground for the little ones and a great hiking trail that was absolutely gorgeous.
Overall a surprisingly awesome park!
This campground was noisy.
The dump station had problems, the water was out for almost 24 hours in the camp ground.
Spaces were small, most had no trees, reminded me of a parking lot.
A great hiking trail.
Small campsites, have a nice pool and caverns.
We had a wonderful camping trip here, very nicely run state campground. The tour of the caverns was well worth the trip. One additional note, the campsite we had did have electricity, much easier to make pancakes for breakfast carrying the electric griddle.