Great campsites and cabins. Husband enjoys the fishing.
I camped and kayak fished. Those park had the cleanest bath houses I've ever used and a splash pad for the kids to play in.
some sites better than others, sewage hook up available , splash pad for kids and nice swimming, bath house clean and close. The only down side is garbage cans not at sites,has to be carried to trash bin
This is our second visit within a year to Clarkco. We’ve stayed on both loops. This time on loop 1 we were on site 4. It was tight to get into but had a lovely little land pier onto the lake. This is a very well kept park. The public facilities are very child friendly with a cool and colorful splash pad and cordoned off swimming area. Loop 1 also has a cordoned off swimming area. It’s truly a secret little gem hidden away. It is very quiet and each of the sites are large and private. The public restrooms and showers are extremely clean and well kept. Also they offer large pavilions for large group gatherings. Very dog friendly (we have 3) and the entire campground is respectful of quiet hours from 10 pm to 8 am. The Clarkco staff takes great pride in their facilities!! Thank you. You’ll fall in love with Clarkco too.
We had a group of is that came to Clarkco for Labor Day weekend. It was a medium sized campground d, with good activities.
We parked our skoolie in an RV spot. The non-premium RV spots are a little oddly set up and can seem cramped, but we enjoyed our spot. The lakeside premium spots are where we will park next time. The bathrooms were nice and they also have a laundromat
My husband and friends canoed/kayaked and enjoyed the lake. Not much luck fishing though. We went on a small trail as well.
Camp store is slowly being restored. Not many options, but they are actively trying to add more supplies.