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We stayed at site 109 and loved our time at the campground. Our site was across from the bathroom and wasn’t as private as some of the others but we were rewarded with an amazing view. We stayed October 2020 so a little offseason and that may have been part of our check-in issues. When we arrived at Cain Hollow registration we were greeted with a closed sign and directed to Quaker rental 3 miles up road 3. With no map and no cell service this was tough to find in the dark. We actually drove by it once early in our search because it was closed which we discovered after we finally agreed it must be the place. After wasting over an hour we drove to service and called the park police who were able to help us. Overall we loved the park and the hikes around.
Stayed at the beginning of the week in the 300 loop. Alot of beautiful campers there (RVS) lol perfect setup. Easy to get a reservation. Staff was great. Tricky roads but hey it's camping…. Will be tryyto.go back at the end of the month hopefully…
The positives to this campground are that the people running it are all very nice. The store has just about anything and everything you can need or want. Restrooms and showers are kept clean. Negatives are that most of the sites with full hook-ups are practically on top of each other. They advertise long walking trails but they are all overgrown and non-existent. Very disappointing.
I haven’t been here in a while but people mostly stay here for one of two reason. Because they don’t want to drive home drunk from a concert, or they have 14 loud kids that want to be at the amusement park. Both options come with about 2 hours of sleep 🙂
It’s about a 50/50 of wooded to open sites. Decent amount of room in the sites. They advertise 30 amp but most are actually 20 amp and run on dangerously low voltage. Our site the electric was 75 feet away from the water hookup. Terrible setup.
We enjoy this campground and try to come at least once a year. We prefer Cain Hollow/Quaker Area over Red House Area for camping. The sites are roomier. This trip we stayed at site 73 with our 27’ camper. It’s not a very deep site but we did have enough room on the non-awning side of our camper to set up a large tent and play corn hole. On the backside of the campsite is a small embankment and just on the other side of it is a creek, which the kids enjoyed playing in. Campground bathrooms were large and clean.
Let’s talk about the lake area within Quaker. On one side of the lake there is a nice area to enjoy fishing. On the other side there’s a rather large sized sandy beach with a newly renovated bath house. (I believe both areas had a docking for canoes/kayaks). The bathroom facilities were pleasantly clean. Just off the beach there is a large new playground. The grounds are so large that you could set up a picnic under one of the several large shaded tress. Ohh and there’s an ice cream counter too. Yumm !!!