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We loved our weekend stay at Middle Fork campground. We were at B012 which backed right up to the creek. We had adequate room between the sites and enjoyed the view of the tree lined creek behind us. For those with kids (or for adults!) who love creekin', b27, b28, b29 would have easier access…
I love the spectacular rock features in this area - they’re so beautiful! I enjoy camping ⛺️ here very much.
There’s plenty campsites to pick from. I like the ones that have a stream running through the background, and the wildlife around you, is just stunning! I definitely would come back! I love hiking boots for this trip. We found some cool caves along our hiking trail.
We camped here in June when the temps were in the 90's and the shade that the trees in this campground offer were a life saver. The campground is always clean and the sites are level with gravel. They have picnic tables and fire pits at each site and water is usually close. Check maps because…
We stayed at site B9. Had electric and water. This is one of the best sites at this campgrounds. The stream in the background is amazing. No sites in front of you or on either side. We had lots of room for our screen tent, teardrop camper and we put up another tent for visitors. A nice FirePit…
We had such an amazing time at HomeGrown HideAways!! We stayed at the Yome, and it was perfect for our family of four. Instead of sleeping in it, which would have been perfectly comfortable, we actually used it as more of an extra shelter and we pitched out tents in the field in front of the Yome.…
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Was referred by a co-worker on twin knobbs. Went just for the night but spend all day on check-in day and the next day till we had to check out. Was beautiful, peaceful, and so relaxing!! Hubby and I haven’t has a nice time like that in like 20 years. Will most definitely be going back
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Not many first come first serve sites, but if you can snag a spot you will be rewarded with a peaceful evening. There is a theatre insight which is 70 years old and full of history. Amazing people, close to town and very inexpensive.
Definitely climbers retreat. Beautiful area. Right next to beautiful natural bridge state park. Food in the area is just OK.
Been camping here for more than 40 years, as a kid we loved it, as an adult camping with kids, love it even more. A few of the sites we have stayed in recently are D011, G007, and I008. All were great, plenty of privacy, sites are far enough away that you don't feel right on top of each other but…
The sites are big and level with lots of trees in between. The bathrooms were private and clean. The volunteers were really great!
There were two things that detracted from our stay. First, the lake was flooded. One of the volunteers said this isn’t unusual in the spring. We couldn’t use the beach…
I camp here annually with my cousin. It’s a great campground if you don’t mind being in a more crowded setting. Aka less remote! Opt for the campgrounds towards the back for a little more privacy and immediate access to the nearby creek. Granted walking to the restroom is a little further. Fills up…
Camped for a few days in late March for a climbing trip (no fires at Miguels). It snowed the pipes froze over so none of the facilities were working. I'm sure it's super nice in the summer.
A great family get-away campground.
Great for a weekend or a whole summer. There are a lot of regular campers that come back all the time.
Family run and lots of amenities.
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We only stayed one night but would definitely return. We got a pretty leveled site right on the river. Very helpful and friendly staff.