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Rocky Fork State Park doesn’t have a lot to offer unless you were there to boat or fish.
The park was very loud and more of a party crowd at least the weekend we were there. There were only 2 short hiking trails and they were both overgrown with no real views or destinations.
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We arrived on Friday afternoon a little before check in time and were allowed to check in and go to our site. We stayed on campsite 61 which is just long enough for a 23ft camper and our truck to park next to the camper. The drop down from the pad was a little steep with no stairs. The campground…
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Spots in the outsides of the loops are more spacious. We looked forward to the “beach” but it was very small and covered in algae. The lake was more like a large pond. There’s no running water so toilets were basically out houses. Lots of trails but they weren’t very exciting.
Negatives: This campground is pretty hilly. Many of the spots don't have a great space for a tent. The flattest spots are in the middle of the circle with an open field behind them (but then you won't have any privacy or tree coverage). Even the RV camping on the inside of the loop across from us…
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Bathroom facilities leave a little to be desired (out of order equipment, bad lighting) but all that can be forgiven in favor of the setting. All sites here are private and wooded--you won't hear much from the folks beside you as they're going to be 50-100 yards away through decently thick woods.…
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Nice park not too far from the marina and boat ramp for Clifty Creek Grotto. Campground rules not enforced at all, so folks put their campers wherever, not necessarily on the pads. No worries about having a wheel in the grass! Bring all the leveling blocks you own because very few sites are level…
We're at a primitive site. The hiking trail is right behind our site, which turns out to be in the best shaded sweet stop to keep cool.
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It is a great place to camp at. With a tent it gets hot in there but all in all good.
I was going to be in the area for 5 days. I went to the office, asked for 4 nights, I have a 2021 travel trailer. He said "overnight only". Its next to a busy highway.
This campground had a good, laid-back vibe. I had a site where I was able to put up a hammock. Many sites are along a pretty running stream. It was just a nice campground - I think it would be beautiful in the fall, it's a pretty winding road to get to the park.
Paved, well maintained sites but a bit close together. Don’t expect privacy if it’s booked. Reservations close 4 days prior, after that it’s first come, first serve. However, surprisingly very quiet during my visit. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring with grill, and water & electric…
This campsite was a perfect fit for me, I was passing through on a weeknight and had no problem getting a site without reservation in August. Clean, quiet, and spacious sites, some had great tree cover.
This campground has a lot to offer with electric and water hookups for RVs with back-in and pull through sites. They have a dump station as well as an onsite bathroom/shower house. The owners are very friendly. I highly recommend.
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Great campground with large sites. Site with water and electric and some without. Bathhouses are the cleanest we’ve seen. The lake is right there and easy to access.
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We have stayed several times at the Falls Campground and have always had a good experience. The sites are nice and most have direct access to the creek and beach area. Privately owned so not ruled to death like some state park campgrounds.