Roper Lake State Park
Reviewed Nov. 19, 2021

Clean, quiet, comfortable

We visited in November, so temperatures ranged from the 80s during the day down to the 40s in the night. The campsites were very clean and well-maintained, and at the time we visited, the campground was very quiet. Waking up early to watch waterfowl on the lake at sunrise is going to be one of my most memorable camping experiences.

They had some minor plumbing problems related to other people flushing improper things down toilets, so nothing I'd fault the campground itself for. There was internet access, although I didn't use it very much.

  • Sunrise over the lake
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  • The pathway leading from the Gila loop to where the showers are.
  • Our dog loved watching the ducks
Month of VisitDecember