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Nice campground. Very few tent only - mostly RVs/trailers. Washrooms basic but clean. Large site under trees with mix of sun & shade. Grassy area for tent. Access to water close by. Large playground for kids. Campground host had firewood. Picnic table & firepit with grill rack in good…
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Probably the nicest State Park I’ve ever stayed at. We were just there for one night and we arrived after the guard shack had closed. After hours registration happens at the lodge and it took us a little bit to find it. The signage is small and hard to read especially at night. Camp sites were…
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Great campground for families. There is a huge playground with tons of activities for all ages, the boat is an awesome thing to see. I saw a ton of trails along the main road but we didn’t have time to check them out. This was such a fun campground to stay with our kiddos.
Got a beautiful location right by the lake, easy check-in. Bathroom to relocked which made for some uncomfortable moments.
We stayed here just one night but it was exactly what we need. We were driving east out of central Colorado and wanted to get past Omaha to avoid traveling thru at rush hour. This is about 15 minutes east and just a couple minutes off of I80. Super quiet, nice spacious sites, and very clean.
Vibe: Relaxed summer lake fun.
Facilities: Slightly dated but adequate
General spots: Good size, good spacing, not private. Large cottonwood trees offer good shade on lake side spots.
Our site: 10. Close to the swimming area. Not far from bathrooms.
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Lots of walk up campsites to choose from. Bathrooms are pretty dated but serve up FREE warm showers! Amenities/Entertainment available within in park are endless and there is something for everyone! Busy place in peak season so plan ahead or reserve online
The little creek campground in the Eugene T. Mahoney State Park is nicely kept and has showers. It is mostly quiet but you can hear the background drone of the Interstate highway. The park has a vehicle pass fee ($8) and a camping fee. I am tent camping and the least expensive site was $25.
This campground is conveniently located at a boat ramp. It has 2 primitive campsites and a vault toilet. The campsites had signs that said $15. The path to the campsites was in rough shape, but the grass on the campsites appeared recently mowed.
Campgrounds near the lake with beautiful views. Nice showers (1.25$ - 7 min).
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Great spot for an overnight! Restroom is clean w/ pit toilet and tp. Wifi is only accessible in the upper area of the grounds. Site number 13 is the most cozy as there’s no one next to your rig. Firewood is at the right of the entrance. Potable water available!
We only were here 1 night, a stopover. The place is clean & quiet, lots of families.
Only thing we had time for was swimming in the lake, which was refreshing. Maybe we return in the future.
I stayed at site 239 (tent) which seems to be the least busy area. There are nice docks for fishing and boating. A nice closed off area for swimming, but not area allows pets to swim. Very polite employees. Showers are kinda expensive and expect to hear the tracks right behind the camping area. I…
Being from California this style of camping is not what I’m used to. Less full of nature, more weekend out of the house. Tents were on nice lawns and RV’s were stacked up next to each other. There was a very nice lake to cool off and blow up water park that was closed when we were there.
Middle Oak Creek campground has a row of 10-12 electrical spots that are perfect for shore fishing, kayak launch, lakeside views! South Shore campground sits lakeside but at a higher elevation so water access is trickier. Nice playgrounds at both camp areas. Free showers are a great amenity as…