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Very nice set up, kid friendly. We are enjoying our stay. 😍
I originally was going to stay at Chickasaw State Park but that was a no go so I Googled the next closest Campground which brought me here. The park host, Leigh, was very helpful and polite. The bathrooms were the best I've seen in a long time. The spot she put me in was amazing. It was so…
Quiet park with fairly level spaces most of which are on the water. Electric and water only with a dump station in the center of the park. One thing to be aware of is that the 4" sewer plug is NOT a sewer connection
We love Deerlick! Nice cleans sites, happy hosts, and clean bathhouse! We can’t wait to get back. The recreation options were endless.
They must do a good business. The sites are very close together. Site may have been stoned at one time but now its two tire paths. There is wifi but haven’t tried it. Tmoble signal is not bad. Dish depends on your site.
Very nice campground with super hosts!!!!! The sites are spacious!!! Very clean and well maintained.
Quiet Big shady trees Creek goes through it Lots of neat buildings Camp store has some items and snacks
The not so good:
Not much information on what you are looking at or should look for
Picnic tables in sad shape
Camping spots had a bit of a parking lot feel
Bathhouse in disrepair…
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Great campground on the river. Sites have slot of room and are level. River sites are hard to get. Very clean.
Great camping in summer. Would get 5 stars if it had full hook ups!
This quiet campground has great staff. Clean restrooms. Easy in and out
Probably one of the best kept secrets. Very clean and peaceful. Great get away location.
This is everything I want in a campground except it has no sewer sites. Flat campground that is easily walkable and can ride bikes. Two of the three bathhouses are well maintained. The bathhouse at the dump station is in Bad need of repairs. Most sites have water views and access. They have laundry…
Payne Lake East is primitive camping that costs $6 dollars a night. From here you can access the amenities on the west shore. We are here in mid February and all but one of the full hook up sites on the west side are occupied. However, on the east side there is only one other camper. The lake is…
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Amazing place to be never a bad experience in 24 years great fishing great sites. 15 minutes from the next town and it’s small perfect get away.
What else can you ask for, quiet and isolated. Restroom was nice and clean and camp host was available for any questions. Plenty of firewood to use around the property.