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Great park! We had site 15 which was at the end of the park and had a beautiful, large site with plenty of privacy. Park was booked solid. B loop was closed so only 15 sites were available. $19 a night for a quiet and super relaxing weekend. Great hosts! Super friendly!Plenty of wildlife to be seen! We will be back! Boat ramp $5, pavilion $60. Nice day use area and playground but watch for snakes.% OK BACK AGAIN HALLOWEEN 2020 site 7 it is tight getting into and it is very close to site 6 the fire ring is like 6 or 8 feet from their hook-ups I would suggest another site and only 1 bar on my Verizon phone this time but pecans everywhere .quiet and relaxing as usual and pelicans are everywhere so cool and we picked up enough pecans for 2 pies
Only stayed one night but accommodations were great. No one was using any of the tent spots. No problem setting up hammock. Great views of the lake. Bathrooms very nice and clean. Very quite and looks like they have plenty to keep you busy. Would definitely recommend this spot.
nice sights ,quiet ,beautiful but mosquitoes are terrible went by today 1/31/2021 it was nice and clean they have done some upgrades nice new handicap trail from camping area to boat dock ,boat, canoe , kayak, and bike rentals no mosquitoes this time of year , at campsite 9 great spot stayed an extra night tried to stay Friday night too but had to move to site 21 even better site right beside the new trail and I love their new shirts update February 2021 about 15" of snow and lake froze over awesome back again 3/10-14/21 no bugs yet and frogs are singing ,great weather
We visited Cane Creek over Memorial Day weekend. The sites were level. We did have several fire ant hills that we had to deal with and quite a few red wasps. We were able to watch numerous birds (pileated woodpeckers) and even saw a swamp rat swimming in the lake (resembles a beaver with a skinny tail). You have to walk through thick brush on a slope to reach the water. My husband mostly chose to walk down to the fishing pier and docks. It was about a two minute walk away from our site. We stayed in site 17 I believe.
There are water and electricity hookups with a bathroom close by. We rode bikes so it didn’t take long to get the the restroom. Our neighbors had issues with their electricity because they were trying to run an air fryer, and it kept throwing the breaker. We ran our box fan without any issues.
You can rent kayaks for very reasonable. Do it! The water trail is unlike any I have seen. Don’t miss out on the hiking trails, but watch out for ticks!
You can rent an RV here as well. It’s set up at the entrance of the campground. It seemed like a nice setup. We rode past it several times on our explorations of the park.