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We stayed here one night in June and again in July. Both times were great. Level sites. Easy to get out for supplies. The wood for sale was not great and $$$.
Mostly gravel site..heavy construction where patio sites are. They’re not open. Very nosy machinery during the day we are here. Stepped up hill gravel sites. Very difficult to ride bikes on loosegravel. My grandson fell twice.playground is moderate at best. Speed limit is an issue. They seem to…
Great territory, with kayaks, hiking trails decent showers, and playgrounds and basketball hoops
First.. NO WATER!!! Other than a small play area for kids, nothing for them to do. No swimming and fishing from shore is just iffy. Great kayak/SUP lake. No gas motors. Pit toilets, 6 electric sites, dump station free for registered campers, $10 for ALL others. Be warned, cameras are in use.…
I’ve been here twice and I will be back!
I liked the thought of a smaller campground. Less noise and people. Even though it rained the majority of our trip, it was a great time. The staff is super friendly and keep everything nice and clean. Highly recommend for a nice, quiet weekend!
Staff was great!! View was Fantastic! Showers & restrooms were super clean & nice!!!! Sites were level. Laundry building was great also! Grounds were well kept. Phone & WiFi good. Only downside would be road noise on front sites.
This is a great state park campground. We stayed at an electric site. The spots are decent sized, plenty of restrooms, pool, playground and camp store that sells ice cream! Tubing down the creek next to the campground was super cool too. Cabins looked very nice and secluded. We hiked to the…
This place is AMAZING for families with kids! Tons of planned activities (about every hour) for everyone to enjoy. Huge pool, gem mine, mini golf, and homemade ice cream! *My 4 star rating is because after a huge downpour of rain for a day, our beautiful premium site flooded.
This campground is a full hookups, outdoor adventure destination. If you like canoeing, kayaking, rafting, high ropes courses, mini golfing, go carting, hiking, swimming (indoor pool and in a lake), fishing, and paddle boating, then you will LOVE this place!! The shower houses are VERY nice, very…
I have camped here at least once every year since I discovered Guilford Lake in 2017. The campground is clean (mostly) and quiet. It is dog friendly; all dogs must be leashed.
Quiet. Right on the lake; super easy lake access. Boat ramp. Swimming beach. Convenient (for me anyway).…
Good camp ground overall.
Lots of playgrounds and you can access the lake for swimming and fishing from just about anywhere. The sites are well spaced and feel private, until you get closer to the lake. Those sites are jammed in pretty tight. The bathrooms and showers are older and spread…
The Park & Pack sites were a bit confusing online, so I decided on a solo exploratory trip before bringing my 9yr out.
After getting to the Ranger kiosk everything was pretty self explanatory. I stayed at Campsite 3, which was beautiful, tucked off of the trail beside a wide stream. Fair…
It's not a big campground and the electric sites must be reserved way in advance because I've never been able to get one. I like it because most of it is under the trees and it's stays cooler. If you fish, canoe, or kayak, it's great spot to put in the water.
We fell in love with this little campground. While our site wasn't lakefront, many of the sites are right on the water. We only spent one night there but we're really looking forward to returning with more time to stay so that we can take advantage of the kayak and paddle boat rentals.