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We love it here!! Even the spaces are a little tight you still get plenty of privacy. This is our 3rd trip and we’ve always been happy!!
Such a friendly campsite but definitely more suited to families with kids. There were a lot of family groups booked in with adjacent sites. Unfortunately we were opposite a site being used as the kitchen area by a group of 5 dads and 12-15 kids, it was very, very loud at 7am!
I did love the…
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We camped during Memorial Day weekend and had a blast, even in the rain! The staff were.fantastic and lots of activities to keep us busy. Sites were small so not a ton of privacy. Everything was clean and neat and we felt very comfortable.
I would start with the good if there happened to be any.
I’ll start with pulling into the campground. First of all you have to find your own site as there are no assigned sites available. This had us pulling our 33ft camper around the whole campground until we came across our site we settled for.…
First real hot day of the season. Did a solo trip ,Paid 20 for day and overnight parking at Milford beach. Paddle about 4 miles to the site 12, the first site on the right side of nomanock island.
The site was super clean and well maintained!
I saw 2 other campers at 13, pretty well distance…
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I booked a single tent spot. The price is wild for how little they give you. You have 0 privacy. Plus the wood is overpriced so bring your own wood.
The boulder field was the highlight of our camping trip. The campground has great playgrounds, several well-marked trails, and functional (if dirty and rustic) restrooms and showers. The visitors center boasts the most modern updates and a truly lovely interactive museum displaying the history and…
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I was traveling with my daughter, we did not feel safe! There was no check in and anyone can drive through. The town around the area was very sketchy.
The campground had the standard water, 30 amp, and dump station. unfortunately, it was a giant mud pit when we were there. The spots and road are not paved or have gravel. For the cost, it was pretty basic.
tent camping experience was great untill it down poured, but was worth it, rented row boats and hung out on the lake
The in-park campgrounds are pretty basic and very crowded. But, getting into the state game lands around it gives you a very private area and the campsites are easily accessible by car.
This campground is one of the best we’ve ever visited as a family. We stayed there for four nights. Pickerel Point campground is on a peninsula. So you are close to the water wherever you are on the campground. The bathrooms and showers were pristine. It is hard to believe, but the showers were…
Easy access to fishing and grocery shopping. Open sites.
This was my second visit in the cold months. Sites have electric but no water. Spigot close by. Heated cozy bathhouse with clean showers. The park is large with many hiking trails and ice fishing (see picture). The only negative is that I had almost no cell reception with Verizon.
Sites are close together. There’s really no one enforcing any rules ... neighboring sites can get pretty rowdy and not much you can do about it. But the area is very nice to drive around and site see and stop at local shops. No playground for kids.