Some sites are flat, others tiered and divided making your site not always a drive up. But it was quiet and the pond is beautiful. Would love to get a spot by the pond next time.
Walk in sites at Russel Pond are nice. spacious sites with fire pits and a picnic table. Potable water is close by along with a bear box. Bathrooms are clean and the showers are $2.50 for 5 minutes. Genuinely nice staff a close proximity to several nice hikes.
Great fishing here, lots of sites to choose from. Hosts are a little up tight on the rules. The showers are a bit expensive. Overrall great place.
Took my 5 year old daughter here for a weekend of camping and kayaking and we were not dissapointed. I had been here as a kid and always wanted to go back. We went up there the weekend after labor day and according to the caretaker it was a smart move. He said usually in the summer the only days you will find a site would be Sunday-Tuesday . The campground has seen alot of upgrades over the years, paved roads, new bathrooms and coin-op showers. I recommened bringing plenty of water seeing as when we tried to fill up from the taps the water was very cloudy, almost white, we chose not to drink it. However if you forgot anything or just want to head into town Lincoln is about a 20 minute drive. Most of campsites are not rv/trailer friendly since they are tucked into the hillside and usually have a few stairs either up or down to the tent sites and the few that are trailer/rv friendly are small, wont fit much more than a pop up. All in all we had a great time kayaking and swimming at the beach, we will deffinently be back.