This is a decently maintained campground. The hosts are polite and the sites are well kept. The swim area is not disability friendly for access (steep hill). The real secret to this campground is the city of Hernando! Adorable Main Street dynamic with fantastic food and fun shops. We camp here very often. My only issue is that the bathrooms are dated and could use some maintenance but they are by no means gross/unusable.
Amazing view from site #31! They unexpectedly lost power Labor Day weekend to the campground and do not know when it will be restored. Lots of waterview spots and plenty of private wooded spots. Clean bathrooms. Swim beach, day use area and boat ramp is near by.
Edit: Power has been restored.
Had a huge spot with lots of shade. only complaint was there was no playground in the actual camping area.
The campground sits off of Lake Arkabutla and has 80+ water/electric sites. The lake was low, low, low. As there were only about 5 other campers there, we had our choice of sites! Although we could have had a waterfront site, we chose 75 as it was quite large and private.