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It has been a wonderful experience. My only complaint in the little black fly like bugs in the bathroom building (toilet pit). Other than that and the rain, it has been relaxing.
Two Rivers is a smallish campground adjacent to a park. The bathrooms were clean and the hosts were pleasant. There are cement pads and plenty of pull though sites. It suited our needs perfectly as a stop over.
Rolled into this area for water and found two free campgrounds next to the river with a large park for the dogs to play in. A pretty solid spot except you don’t have much privacy. Other than that would definitely recommend for a night or two.
My daughter and I camped a few nights in a site right on the water. The first morning we woke up to a beautiful sunrise over the lake. The nights were still chilly, so there were very few campers. The bathrooms and showers were clean. We will definitely be going back to this jewel of a…
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Rustic in a level, spacious kind of way. We were nervous about bottoming in the dry creek bed on way to Walnut Grove area, but no problem. Great stay. 20' Ford Transit ModVan. One bar with cell booster.
Very pretty view of the riverfront! The campground was a little hard to find because it’s hidden behind an actual park but once we found it, we found that each campground had a picnic table BUT not every site had water and electric outlets. This area looks like it hasn’t been taken care of in a…
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My husband and I didn’t get to explore too much because it was our maiden voyage and we were trying to figure out how to organize our new home away from home, but from what we saw there are a lot of reasons for us to come back
Our camping spot by the lake was nice and level but it was a bit of a bluff at waters edge. You couldn’t set and fish . There were two big bushes and it was hard to throw out our lines
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A Facebook sensation, so we had to try it. This is our first visit to this SRA.
43 lakeside sites. All 43 are close to each other. All have a view of Starve Hollow Lake. Electric only, with water spigots scattered throughout the campground. My picks for the best campsites are 30-34. These…
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Reserved the last site available in late April. Weekend was rainy and it was busy, but everyone was very respectful and quiet. We reserved site 63, across from a lake front site. Those tenants never arrived, so we had a wonderful view!
We went in May for my birthday. Rained hard one day so our time was short. Ugh... First campground. Drive up, clean, semi secluded, bathrooms with running water/shower, nice little spot. Now the state park!!!! Seemingly endless trails, 6-7 waterfalls? We only experienced a couple this time.…
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In the last year, this campground has changed owners so we gave it a chance and it did not disappoint. A LOT of work had been done. All the outer loop sites are shaded and nicely spaced. Nice putt-putt course and they are finishing up a facelift on the inground pool. The inner loop has full…
The coordinates take you to one of the first campsites but if you keep going down the road you'll find many more. I suggest parking on the road and walking in to the campsite to see if it will fit your needs before driving in.
The fire tower is the trail head for a hiking only loop called the sycamore trail. It’s not very long but follows a small creek and has some elevation changes
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I hope you like horses. I was backpacking and got to experience horse camps up close and personal. There are basic toilets and a pavilion. Rest is an empty grass field.
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