We were graciously greeted by a neighbor who shared a few local favorites for biking , water access & historic gems. Shouldn’t the office make that available? We never saw or heard from a staff member for the three nights we stayed. We did speak with office staff to make the reservation who told us we’d be across the street for lake access for paddleboards. It was impractical to walk the boards. We couldn’t find close access. Having a handout to show your guests where to go would have been helpful. We did drive and pay to get into the Pace Bend County Park. The park was well worth the $3/person senior access fee. There are also mountain bike trails, but too warm & humid for us to bike.
The bathrooms & laundry were clean but old & could use a bit of TLC.
The campground is forest service-like, some gravel and dirt. There’s lots of green including the trees. The large grassed area that surrounded our site, #1 could have been better kept. Seeds that looked like cockle burs or goats heads were ubiquitous making it difficult or impossible to walk on the grass, especially for our small dog. We were constantly tending to his feet.
At $60/nt, the most we ever paid for a site, we expected luxury. As Thousand trails members & dry campers, we’re accustomed to primitive conditions. But not at that price.,