Sprewell Bluff Park was an excellent pit stop when we passed through the area. I wish we had scheduled more days there instead of just an overnight. This will be on our list to visit again.
There is an overlook as soon as you enter the park across from the office. Next along the road is the campground.
Reserve ahead because there are only 6 RV sites .(6 cabins too) Shade, a limited view and some privacy.
The Flint river is the nice thing about this park, though the trails are definitely worth exploring.
The picnic and general visitors area by the river was busy when we arrived but we still had plenty of area to explore. The trail was not being used , everyone was in the water or at the pavilion. I did not check on watercraft rentals for the area but there was a boatramp on site and a few kayaks were in the water.
We spent all our time at the general visitors area enjoying the river. When we visit again I want to try out the trails that from the map look like they offer some good views and climb. Pack your water shoes, the rocks are slippery and your toes will thank you. We waded all along the area and there were several people jumping from a large rock in the deeper water.
The campground was quiet and felt very “isolated” after dark, a chance to feel like your in the middle of nowhere with a view.
The views are amazing!