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Oh yeah, it’s the lake. Apparently it was drained to repair the dam. Looks like and apocalyptic wasteland where the lake was. Walked out to the middle of it and some Perv was flying a drone over my head. Stayed at the tent campsite which was ok because no one else was there, but you can see the rv site and some dumb buildings and a big streetlight. With the amount of dogs barking it sounds like you are in a neighborhood. It was ok. I guess any state park is better than no state park.
Very busy place in the prime time (literally memorial day - labor day busy). Big stop for the college kids and younger groups but was still nice. Has a store, canoe/raft/kayak rentals, tent and camper spots, fire wood. Can be load cause of the parties. Still recommend it
Large campground on Spring River with lots to offer. Cabins, Camper Cabins, RV sites with water & elec and tons of primitive sites. You can also take float trips down the river with this place. Camp store onsite, but only open during busy season. No pets allowed at this campground. This place is packed during warmer months. Make a reservation!
This campground is not for everyone. During busy holiday weekend this campground is a PARTY and a half! Its like walking in a fraternity party and is a great time until its not. Over the years I have found that I much rather spend my time here on a slower time of the year.
6 primitive camping spots with picnic tables, grill and trash cans. The site has a men and women's restroom with flushing toilets and sinks and is handicap accessible. This is also the take out point from a 12 mile float from Camp Tahkodah, a 20 min. drive away.
Spring River is a beautiful, well rounded river for floating. This is one of the most popular camp areas. It is divided into 2 sides. One is considered more family friendly and the other is the “party” side. Yes, on major holiday weekends, you will hear loud music and fun. We choose to stay on the party side bc the view of the river is the best! We have never had issues. The owners will gladly handle any problems. Some of the younger girls in the camp store aren’t the friendliest but Ive never had an issue. They offer a nice store selection. Sites are wide open and you can set up where you desire. Electric is an additional charge per day as well as firewood. Helpful tip: small kenneling wood is on the “party” side and big logs are on the family friendly side. Bathrooms are NOT well kept. Showers are pay showers. I am willing to over look that bc the amazing view of the river is unbeatable.