Wildcat Bluff County Park
Reviewed Jun. 29, 2022

Nice campground, don’t use their bathrooms

Needed a quick inexpensive place to stop on the way thru. There weren’t many other campers when I arrived with lots of sunny or shady spots to choose. Very quiet except they decided to start weed wacking at 7:30am. $10 for primitive, $16 for electric. There was no map so I only found one primitive site that was super exposed and next to the bathroom. The bathrooms… oh my lanta, that smell will haunt me for the rest of my days. And it’s both bathrooms, like there are dead rotting things amongst the rest down there. I gagged the entire time, and this is coming from someone who collects dead rotting animals as a hobby. I recommend this spot but not if you have to rely on their bathroom facilities like I did. There’s a disc golf course with trails connecting to the grounds too, so that’s always a plus. And boat access not far down the road but the vehicle access to it was flooded, with a sign noting that high water was common and impassable.

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