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I needed a place to stay and it was past the time to call and make a reservation, usually $26 i think, but i just pulled into an open spot and stayed for free. Good running water and quiet place. If you want to stay for free i recommend leaving before 8am to avoid getting ticketed.
We stayed 2 nights in December. Needless to say no crowds but the showers and bathrooms were spotless and warm. Easy back in spot with water and electric. Dump station on the way out. Lot of storm damage trees made firewood plentiful. Pleasant stay.
I stayed the night in November. It appears to be an old reservoir that has been drained. The site has about 5 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings. Nothing spectacular. The locals do come through to party on the old reservoir.
The reservoir was empty at this location. It seems its part of Lake Enid and there is an old boat ramp, but there was no water in the reservoir.
Wow! What a great little campground. It is maintained very well. There is a great little playground for little ones. Easy access to fishing and water sports when the lake is up. When the lake is down, explore the lake bottoms. Sites on the back side of the loop are spaced out much more nicely than those on the front. All sites have a parking spot. No sewer hookup but the dump site is really close.
There are two pull through ADA sites. This is a hidden gem!
No hookups. Nothing. But, it is a free campground so what can you say. It’s rather nice there. This is a very small campground with about 5 spots. Large rigs are a no go I would think, as access can be tight. If you’re in a small to medium travel trailer or a tent, this could work out.
Bathrooms are there but bring your own paper.
It seems that all of the campgrounds on the north side of Sardis Lake are a let down. This place is bad. Permanent looking residents. Campers blocking roads. There was even a camper backed up to the wall of the restrooms. There is a closed down store there. Roads in are bad as well. Do yourselves a favor and stay on the south side.
Not sure what else to say. This place is rough. The app lists two campgrounds. Only one is here and it is not run by the COE. Most spots were empty. For the view you are looking across the street at a run down trailer park. Much better options on this wonderful lake.
The one good spot on this is the boat ramp and fish cleaning station. Granted, it’s closed right now, but they are very nice.