Jeane L.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 28, 2021

Maybe keep looking if you’re tent camping

The area is nice with the other lakes and trees. There were loads of chipmunks, and they were super cute, but our dog had a hard time relaxing with so many around. The reservoir was low for sure, but the campground also wasn’t full. There is a good amount of space between most sites. The nearby lakes (short drives away) were much busier and had “resorts” with different amenities. Got bit by a mosquito a few times out at one of the other lakes but not at our site in Gull Point (maybe too dry). The color of the drinking water is slightly off but it was fine. There was one older, not so great flush toilet in our loop and the rest were vault toilets scattered at regular intervals…. The main issue was they were a bit older too and needed emptying. No matter where we were, even walking the loop, we’d get a whiff that did not smell nice. Also our site had half a dozen old cigarette butts when we arrived (we tried to clean them up the best we could). We didn’t get quite enough cell service at our site (41) on Verizon but we did get enough of a signal when we walked out to the boat ramp by the reservoir in our loop. At our site there was a shallow metal fire ring and grill and an old table that has seen better days. It might be a better site for self contained RVs and trailers but I would probably not put on my list for tent camping again.

  • Signage when you arrive
  • Map, the flush toilet in our loop was near site 35
  • Sunset at the reservoir
  • You can see where they’ve extended the boat ramp a few times over the years
  • we stayed at 41, there’s a table too
  • walking along our loop
  • boat ramp / reservoir views
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