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We couldn't have been more pleased with this campground! The usual variety of sites, back-in and pull through, 50/30/20 amp service with full hookups. Cable has the usual channels, about 20, available for $2.00 per night. WIFI is free and we had good service, even though we were quite far from the office. The site was level and needed no additional blocking, a fire pit and picnic table with ample outdoor sitting room. A wooded setting gave plenty of shade and lent to the atmosphere of having more room than we actually did. Located about 4 miles from town it is far enough for that country feel but close enough to be convenient. The camp store was well stocked with basic needs as was the gift shop. Trash is picked up daily, just leave it at the entrance to your site when you leave in the morning. Cell service wasn't the best, Verizon had about 2 bars. I can't say enough good things about the staff, from check-in and being escorted to our site with help backing in to filling up the propane on the way out everyone was courteous and helpful. We felt secure at all times, and noticed a staff member frequently driving through on a golf cart. A dog playground, kiddie playground, pool, putt putt, and other activities for the family. All in all a very positive experience and a definite thumbs up for this campground!!
Been to Caledonia 50+ times over last 35 years. Family goes here for holidays and to camp once or twice every year. It’s a fantastic state park with great picnic areas next to the creek. You can also drive up the road to the dam where there’s a beautiful lake with fishing, kayaking, etc.
Very, very rustic and rural. Few campers so we had a lot of space to ourselves, met some great people; a couple returning to Michigan ending a trip to Florida, also Jeff Ashby of Ashby Gap Adventures and John Hayes who were training a new guide. Had great views of the river and beginnings of the old tow path and lock system. Major attraction here is zip line, kayaking, and white water.
Great clean campground, easy to maneuver with a big rig, level sites, clean restrooms and shower rooms. Lots of great hiking, footpath around the park layered with recycled rubber was great to walk on. A shout out to the Army Corps of Engineers for a fantastic park and lake!
We camped here with family two days in April. The tent sites are fine, maintained with hard gravel tent spots. Each site is a good size and spaced apart for privacy. The bathrooms were clean. Water spigots and even a dish clean out area made it lovely (the dishes sink was closed for the season though). The playground and beach were lovely. The downside, and it is big for us, is that instead of falling asleep to the sound of frogs, we laid awake all night listening to the noise from nearby 83. The traffic noise was so loud combined with the often interrupting scream of truck brakes. We will not return, as we go camping to be in nature and the road noise was a constant reminded we were not.