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If you want space! This is your place. There’s tons of sunlight as trees aren’t near the campsites. Neighbors were great. There’s a nice amount of water so bring your kayaks or rent them. You can also fish, though I believe it’s catch and release. Quiet place and star gazing is awesome. …
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Called to see if any spots were available about two hours out and they had a couple of backin spots. We got site 41 and it was perfect with our 31’ travel trailer and we did not have to unhook. To hot and tired to walk around but there is aa park and access to a walking trail that looks nice. It is…
Spacious spots some tree covered. Hiking, biking path, a pond, and quiet overall.
We went here for out first RV adventure. It was perfect! Out kids loved the beach, fishing off of the docks and kayaking the lake. Everything was well kept, clean and the grounds are so pretty! We loved it!
Set in a very nice wooded part of the State Park. Firewood and ice available. Easy online reservations and text to check in. Quiet and level sites.
This is an awesome place to go has lots of things to do including on-site keep tours of two different caves and an on-site winery as well as gift shop. Very short distance from historical downtown sights. ￼
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Lots to do at this campground. Hiking, biking, fishing.
Free primitive campground near a lake in William Logan. No frills camping at about 8-10 sites near the main entrance off Route RA, with most being in an open circle configuration with the main road cutting through the middle. The only vault toilet was closed and a porta potty was set next to that.…
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We camp out there every other weekend and took our friends out camping with us this weekend. The owners are really great people and genuinely care about the customers and the campgrounds
The park itself is very nice, we enjoyed swimming and kayaking in such a beautiful area. The campsite seems hit or miss. We went in the fall when it was quite busy. Our campsite didn't have a good flat spot for the tent so we slept on a slope and kept sliding down while sleeping. Our neighbors were…
This is a free primitive campground on the Mississippi River. Most sites have some sort of fire ring and a gravel spot to pull a vehicle in. I only saw two picnic tables in the whole campground(maybe 10-12 sites total). The clean but basic vault toilet is at the far end of the campground loop near…
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We stayed 2 weekend nights in April. It rained one night so the fire pits were full of water but overall the rain didn’t cause any issues. Paved streets but gravel campsites. Nice and level. All hookups were conveniently located. Shower house and restrooms were clean and well maintained/cleaned…
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No frills camping on the edge of the fairgrounds, there are campsites mostly for RV’s (full hook ups- 50 amp and 30 amp, and sites with sewer), and space for tents on the margins (might be why tent “sites” are free). The bathhouse was locked when I passed through, and no one was camping here, but…
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All I can say of this fairly new campground is WOW! Tent sites in the trees with river views, water/electric at all of the RV pull thru sites, on site dump station, cute cabins in a variety of sizes, great hammocking trees, and a super clean bathhouse. If that is not enough, there is a coffee bar…
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Large grassy camp sites, dog park and clean restrooms/shower house. Lake is very pretty and great staff.