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The park has a lot of potential. Road maintenance is not being done. Definitely needs some electrical work. Ours kept throwing breakers whenever someone new hooked up down the circuit. Cleaning is slack, it’s a shame really.
Have stayed here a couple of times. Loved it, premium sites close to the water are excellent.
Beautiful campground with great hiking and incredible views! West rim is more secluded and quiet but East Rim is more convenient access to the visitor center, trail head and other activities. Wonderful camping here… we can’t wait to go back.
Nice campground, mini golf, quite after 9pm. Relax in chairs by the fire pit next to the stream. Nice dog area. Laundry area is clean. Park is clean. Staff is friendly. Couldn’t ask for a better place to stay.
Called in on Saturday Morning got a cabin at a great price for the night. Family oriented place. Older couple that runs it is super nice and friendly but doesn’t bother you. Shower house clean water hot hot. Quiet time is respected.
Beautiful grounds with a great wadding river, waterfalls, hiking, mountain views & fun little farm. Could be or maybe once was a great camping park, but it’s sorely lacking management, staff, repairs and cleanliness. We loved our stay and would go back. It’s a gem that just needs some…
They took us in at 11 pm. Helped us set up. Drove us into town so we didn't have to disconnect the next day.
Love this campground! Has all you need or want! This is our second trip here and would recommend to anyone. It is clean and well maintained! Only negative is the firewood bundles seen small for the amount of wood you get.
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A regular campsite is $20 a night for a tent. Their group campsite was open for $26 a night so I got that instead! 😄￼
We absolutely loved camping here. Our campsite was really big too especially compared to most they are pretty small and right on top of each other. Beautiful hiking trails. First time ever hiking and with 3 kids. Ages 6,4, and 1. They absolutely loved it. Highly recommend doing carrick creek…
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Great campground, even better location. Listen to the river while you relax and kick back or explore the area!
Love this area. It can get a little crowded on weekends but overall you can find some pretty nice spots up and down the trail. Trout fishing, rafting, tubing and hiking. everything the primitive camper might want. No bathrooms available.
Nice creek running nearby and a few short walking paths. The drive to spruce pine is scenic and long but head back toward bat cave and there ade neat little adventures to have with the kiddos. The roadside trout streams are great and you can even catch some dinner behind the gem mine in town. It…
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The hike in tent sites are excellent. The walk is well worth the work, ive heard the boat in sites are even better. We camped in January and it was cold enough to surprise us with snow a few nights but warm enough for t shirts in the afternoon. Bring extra gear. The fishing from shore is decent but…
Nice KOA with all the amenities you would expect. More cabins to choose from than most and about 4 miles from shopping. Nice fishing ponds and about 1/2 mile from Mingo Falls.
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