This recreation area is part of Smithville Lake
The camping area is nice, most things are well maintained and staff was really nice. Think if we visited during summer our experience would have been better.
We stayed in October and due to unseasonably cold weather they shut off water with no notice and halfway through our stay. Ended up leaving early since we had no water and also no sewer at site.
Great weekend, crazy storms at night and gorgeous water during the day. Sites are large and mowed.
Sooo many things to do!!! We love taking our horses to Crows creek, there is an amazing barn with stalls and it’s withing viewing distance of your camper/tent so you don’t have to worry. Trails start directly from your campsite, you can also take your bikes, paved and mountain bike trails. You also can’t forget the wonderful lake and the beautiful views.
Nice camping spot, some close to water. Lots of good bike/ walking trails. 18 hole golf course on lake. Only downside certain time of season bugs are thick.
This was my first time renting an electric site. We stayed in Loop F, site 345. Crows Creek is a nice campground that has Great Lake views.
We stayed in March and didn’t realize that only Loop G had working restrooms (so be mindful of that when selecting a site off season). The sites (with electricity) are a little close, but it’s manageable.
The loops all have a paved trail that goes for miles, perfect for walking dogs. The campsites are nice and clean and it was easy to level our pop up.
All in all, it’s a great campground.
Even though it rained, it was a nice place and we will be back.
There is plenty of trails for walking, hiking, and bike riding. This is a nice campground that offers basic, and electric hookups. The sites don't have water at each spot but they have filling stations spread out. Each loop offers something different with the view. The shower houses are nice. The dump station offers 4 campers at a time.
very beautiful campground with views of the lake. nice beach just a short 5 min drive away. also horse trails and facilities to accommodate if you’re into that. $5 bundle of firewood was weak at best but got the job done. will be back!!
We have stayed in this campground too many times to count. We love it when it is still kind of off season like Easter weekend and after labor day. We have small children and it can get pretty rowdy during the summer. We have chosen to go to other campgrounds during peak season. The have a section with just electric where you are right on water and can leave boat right on lake. They have water and electricity on hill no lake view but nice to have water hookup.
This campground has all the amenities you could want for a campground with electric and water hookups as well as showers to wash off after swimming in the lake. Camping usually costs $20 and swimming at the beach is $5 per a car. Lots of biking trails going around the entire lake as well as playgrounds in the different areas. I grew up at this campground and its always been a good time.