It used to be free with an email request for a reservation but eventually the foundation that runs this campground did have to start charging a small fee to help with maintenance and operating costs. It’s a very family oriented campground with more rules than many campgrounds, such as no alcohol. They want it to be kid friendly and not a party destination. My husband is a “sit around the fire with a beer” kinda fella but he didn’t mind giving up a couple beers for such an awesome experience. They have great hiking trails, a creek with a couple “swimming hole” spots, several large wooden playground systems, a village of playhouses for the kids, an awesome stairway and walkway on a cliff, beautiful surroundings and an awesome staff!!
I can only reiterate what others have posted. Beautiful wide open property! Kids can ride bikes all day long, splash in the creeks, and play on the multitude of playground equipment. The river sites are a bit close and were evacuated during a flash flood for good reason. Water came up to their sites. Very clean restrooms, sites, and trash cans provided throughout grounds. Great place for family retreat!
This is a great place for families. You have numerous playgrounds, the bathrooms are never far away, and they have multiple shelter houses.
This campground has RV sites and tent sites, pond to fish in and plenty of playgrounds for the children. Clean showers and bathrooms and friendly staff.
We’ve been camping there for three years! Clean and very well tended! Bathrooms with running water and showers. Free firewood is provided. This is a very kid friendly place for families.
Rrecently discovered this hidden gem. Great park, lots of playgrounds, spacious, beautiful, and we'll maintained!
I've been to Sycamore Springs for 2 Girl Scout campouts and one family/friends overnight. The campground has firewood nearby each camp sight, lost of rest rooms and shelter houses, as well as beautifully maintained parks and play areas. There are multiple hiking areas and a pond to fish in.