I camped here as a child so when my husband and I recently purchased our new RV I knew we had to go there. My only reason for not giving 5 stars is that only a small portion of the park is open to campers with pets. I'm ok if they have just a section of pet sites, but you are also not allowed to walk the whole park with them - just that small front section. It would be nice to see the whole park become pet friendly.
The campground was close to raystown lake and within walking distance of the welcome center. Each site had tons of space and with electric hookup and a dump station by the entrance. Tree covered and close to mountain biking trails