We went here for 6 years straight for our annual adult camping weekend and then had to find something a little closer. We still love it though! A ton of great camping spots and large campground! The lake is huge and was always beautiful to drive around. We plan on making a fall trip this year with the family! Photo was taken by my incredibly talented friend Jason Hinton of Hinton Photography.
Tons of stuff to do while camping. Boating,fishing,swimming and so much more!
Our campsite had Great Lake views and a nice path to get down to the lake. Bathrooms and showers were clean.
We went for a Halloween weekend with a group of friends. We had a blast with all of the activities the park had planned. Sooo many trick or treaters (bring A LOT of candy if you plan to pass any out)! We had hammocks and campers. The sites were good sized and not “cookie cutter,” almost like no two sites were the same. We were on an outside loop so we had plenty of trees, which helped to block the wind! The grounds are huge, and everyone was so nice and participated with the holiday theme!
Very nice campground! The park offers a lot of activities and campsites are very roomy. They have a very nice playground as well for the grandkids! I would give this park a solid 4 out 5
there is hiking trails that connect everything and you can ride your bike on them. there is a disc golf course too. the camp store has a lot of your daily needs. the lake is a bit big and in high weather the waves gets huge
It is family friendly in most parts. No lake view sites, but has a fitness trail with some neat stations accessible from the campground. There is a beach (decent walking distance away)
Nice clean campground. site 199 has nice shade. the site does not have much level ground.
Camped Monday thru Friday, quite until Thursday. Filled up and noisy.
Huge campground where they pack in the sites. You do have some tree coverage and decent flush toilet facilities with showers. There is also potable water and play grounds…
This area has a ton of stuff from archery and boating to hiking and volleyball.
As i was leaving I mentioned how the sites are a bit to RV friendly and was told that somewhere are some walkin primitive sites…