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This park is beautiful, the only water supply is by hand pump on the way to your site so that is a negative. Good for an overnight stay when passing through, would be nice for multiple days if you want to visit the lake.
Nice large trees, decent amount of room outside our area, we had no slideouts.
Fairly pleasant, easy, and freee place to crash on my way west. Other reviews really cover all the information worth sharing.
Special thanks to the two guys that shared their pancake and sausage breakfast with me. Hope y'all had a great trip!
Great one night spot. Easy access to the Interstate so there was noise but it still was a great site because of the breeze, shade and variety of trees. The bathroom was clean and close by. Easy to walkup and pay using the drop box. I would stay here again if we need a one night place.
Awesome camping Area. And cheap rates. Will be going every year. Lots of wild life and it's quiet.
Change of plans last minute for my little brothers birthday brought us here. At first we couldn't figure out where to set up camp so we asked the camp host who was very friendly. Turns out that you can set up a tent basically anywhere and there's zero cost to tent camp, no fees what so ever!
The camp sites are forked out like the cul-de-sac properties, each facing the road and having a large portion of the lake or greens to themselves on the back. It has plenty of greenery and is very well-maintained. It has a very clean beach area, a boat and kayak landing area and many children…
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The camp sites are clean and always have electricity that works. has good shade. The bathrooms / showers could use some updating.
I was pleasantly surprised when I arrived at my RV site as I was greeted my the site manager. he informed me of the Hook ups situation and that there was no water at this particular site. I was not planning on filling my tank or needing a direct hook up so I was good to go. The site was clean and…
Wow! This place has it all. Picnic tables, trash bins, water hookups, electric hook ups, flush toilets, dump station, and WiFi. ALL FOR FREE! Stayed late April and I wasnt the only camper, average of 3 other campers per night. Sites are very close together but other campers were respectful and…
What a great stay. Stayed for 3 nights and only had 1 other camper. State trooper checked in one afternoon. There are 4 vault toilets, 2 male/2 female. Stalls aren’t separate though but overall very clean and stocked. This place was very peaceful and had both beautiful sunrises and sunsets.…
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This was our very first stop with our new RV. The park is very well maintained, and as others mentioned, there were no long-term campers. While it is close to the freeway, the noise never seemed to bother us. There is a nice little pond to walk around too.
Patti and Todd are awesome hosts.…
Spacious and well maintained campground. In March, the campground was still in WINTER season so only one bathroom location open and no showers open in winter, and limited water access points, but we had a electric hookup. Our campsite loop bordered vegetation, was spacious between campsites, and…
My dad fishes here often. I like it for kayaking and kayak fishing. It has a really nice launch area. It does get quite busy over the summer months.
My dad and I have camped at Lone Star many times. Usually we have the place to ourselves in late fall or early spring. It's peaceful and quiet out there. Great place for kayak fishing. The town of Milligan nearby is really cute. Avoid mid July if you don't want a crowd . That's when they have…