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Beautiful trees and weather but the sites are a tight squeeze. If you get a site big enough to open up your slide outs then you are Lucky! They have a store on site. Shopping and the lake is a short drive away….We joined Thousand Trails at this campground. We really enjoyed joining with Rosita and…
Amazing location, so close to water. It gets hot in the sun gets intense, make sure to bring shade and you will enjoy every minute. Also bring bug spray, lots of spiders and lots of ants but that is the outdoors, just come prepared
Rustic dispersed camping. One pet toilet as the other is closed for coronavirus. Kind of a bumpy dirt road but my car was just fine on it many many many sides. Pretty close to the road so you do get motorcycle noise and there are a ton of cyclists. So look out for them. Three trails to get to the…
This is so great plz stop and check it out
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I would rate this much higher but there were 2 things I really didn't like. 1 -the ground had soft powdered dirt. 2- the bees were so bad eating or drinking anything was difficult Outside of those two it would have been perfect. The site was really big and fairly level, close to the…
Very active park. A little dusty and no wi-fi.
This place is huge and has everything you need! Dog friendly, kid friendly, adult friendly. Definitely going back!
This is a top of line KOA!! Scott and Tim have this campground and it’s lodging in tip too shape. Super clean, great grounds and that have daily upkeep. We stayed for 5 days and everyday someone was doing something. Even mowing the lawn while enjoying a cigar. Every night they walked through the…
Had a beautiful spot , we could see the lake. Good memories
Was a bit crowded but was ok for our purposes of a stay over. Bathrooms were nice but not well maintained
Beautiful location. Nice heavily wooded sites. Close to trails. Camp host keeps the bathrooms sparkling
Good campsite, small venue so less people although a lot of the people there have OHVs. No hook ups, public bathrooms available. Plenty of shade and a creek nearby, although it was nearly dry in June. No fishing unfortunately.
Full hook ups, good shade, good access to water, but pretty crowded. It’s not the place to go if you want to get out into the wild.
An ok campground. We went in June and it was ferociously hot. There are shade trees but they aren’t great. Water spigots on our campsite we’re great. We have a travel trailer and discovered that unfortunately the only way to back into our site meant that our door & awning faced away from the…
Quiet, beautiful and shady. Perfect location. Sites are decent size and some are more private than others. Site 97 is large and relatively private. Great for a pop-up camper and two tents. Beware no matter what site you get within big trees you are going to have to deal with A LOT of yellow jackets…