I've stayed at Addison Oaks campground many times over a few decades. It's clean and mostly quiet. A nice relaxing park.
The park offers nice holiday activities - we were last there for Halloween camping.
Would be nice to have a swimming option - I understand beach was permanently closed a few yrs ago.
If what you're looking for is family fun, you can find it here! However, if you are like me and like more rustic camping, this is not the place for you. The sites are very close together and you can see all of your neighbors. It's what we like to call "parking lot campgrounds." There are plenty of activites for families and children like kayaking, bounce house, and disc golf.
We stayed in one of the group sites and it was beautiful. Less tree cover than we would have liked, you're basically in a giant grassy field, but it was perfect for a large group. we did have to share a pavilion with a group of older campers (celebrating a 90th birthday. Our group was there to celebrate my 30th) but it turned out perfectly as they did early dinners and went to bed in their campers.
The beach is nice, a little small, but clean and fun (would be nice if your pets were allowed to swim also).
The only real negative I have is that for each group site there is a single fire pit. This made cooking, sitting around the fire, and many other things quite difficult. There IS a large charcoal grill that can be used, but if you're doing separate meals, it will be hard to coordinate.
Loved our site! Beautiful sites- more nature than many “campgrounds” - Deer, nature trails, great sites… would be 5 stars if they had a lake or pool to swim in. kids liked the big slide but we would of loved to swim. Great staff - great park!
Tons of trails for hiking and biking. They have kids activities on the weekends, a lake for swimming, great playgrounds and everything is really clean.