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The lake and beach area are great. Clean water for swimming. The campground spots are small (too close together) and they don't enforce the quiet time curfew. Neighbors partying till 2am with music that we drowned out with ac running constantly.
When we booked, no one thought to question if we could swim in the lake.
Very clean and quiet
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We stayed over July 4th weekend Campground was crowded, but very quiet. Most sites are shady, and some a feet from the lake. A lot of kayakers when we stayed, very few boats. Our site had some shade, and had a level gravel pad. Once off the gravel, it did slope. We wanted a flat area for our…
with anywhere you go, it is important to read the description and look at the pictures. I saw gravel RV sites, that's what I received. I read about a fee for using the premium amenities and I payed it. I found out when the cafe was open and I visited during those hours. I saw no mention of wi-fi…
There are cabins, campsites in trees, campsites that aren’t. There’s a nice Mixture of available sites. All the employees are very nice and helpful. They really work hard to maintain the site. The pool is nice. There is a nice play area for kids. They have a short path in the woods which is a…
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Very clean and friendly! They have the nicest cleanest camp bathrooms/shower house I've ever seen. Fishing, pond swimming, trails
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Hueston Wood, a real gem. The park is about 3000 acres with a beautiful sailing / fishing lake. There is a beautiful lodge and golf course, archery range, and plenty of hiking paths and equestrian paths.
The biggest issue for us was the description of the site at C36 was nothing like the…
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Amazing place quiet and clean
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Arrived on Thursday for July 4th weekend. Park is very nice, weather was comfortable. Only issue was Saturday morning a power outage to a part of the park left all water in the entire state park off for 3-4 hours.
Honestly coming in, we were a little suspicious because it doesn’t seem like a RV park and since we didn’t have anything to reference we kept going.
We found an empty site just across from the playground but we camped in the car. There is water hookup, a fire pit, and electrical outlets, and…
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Im not a huge fan of not having water access at the site but overall I recommend!
Open spacious plots with electrical access but no water at the specific sites! The area also has a bathroom and a gatehouse.
The area is only open in June and in September because of hunting season and their are…
The park is nice, however, our original site was TINY. Literally not even two feet around the fire pit on all sides. Luckily they were quick to accommodate our complaints and move us. Also, the map and website showed a splash pad and laser tag which are not here. At least not yet. Looks like the…
This is more of an area for the RVS and members of the animal teams than it is for actual camping or parking an RV. This is used only when the fair is in town, not an all year staying ground. There’s no electric or water access at the grounds to my knowledge since the grounds aren’t for regular…
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