Camped a long weekend for the fall festival. Campground was nice, quiet and people were friendly. Spots are roomy, with nice yard/fire space. Not all spots are full hook up, but some are. Shower houses are nice and clean. Had a lot of activities for the kids. Over all it was nice place, I would camp here again.
Great campground, and atmosphere. Large cement RV sites. Large playground. Beautiful Lake.
There r a lot of things to do lot of room to roam around and great campsites. Beach clean shower and restroom houses, big lake.
Nice to see sailboats on the lake. All new camping spots with full hookup. Grass is coming in nicely. Kids love the playgrounds and being able to bike or scoot all around. Shower house's are superb. Great fishing. Beach needs some attention.
My kids and I have been coming to Atwood for the last 10 years. We look forward to it every summer. The people are friendly and there is always something to do!!
Location, location, location! Grab a lake front spot and just hang out there! The park is in excellent condition and the facilities are just as clean and comfortable.
Friendly staff who you don't see unless you go find them. Rangers patrolling the grounds. Nice beach area with toys for the kids and adults. Pet friendly. Nature center and store. Biggest downfalls were the construction, small sites and bath houses being spread out. Not great when it rains, grounds flood quickly.
Wwhile the campground is designed for mostly RV. camping, we have never had a problem finding a tent site. Has so many things to do.
This just happens to be the place I met my wife on an Explorers BSA campout back in 85.
We camp there about 3 times a year and have friends w/ permit sites.
This campground is HUGE (more than 500 sites), and it's absolutely jam packed with RVs and permanent trailers. We were fortunately given the opportunity to drive around the campground and look for a site that was appropriate for tents. We nearly turned around and left, but managed to find a site on the water that seemed really nice and far enough away from the RVs. The downside was that it was completely covered in goose scat, which made for an evening of dodging scat with every single step. Definitely not recommended for tent campers.