Such a beautiful area. Hiking trails.
Nice campground with water and electricity. Plenty of open space for kids to play. I would classify the hiking trails as moderate. Lots of elevation change but the views are spectacular. Fall is the optimal time to visit to experience fall colors, but plenty of places to swim during the summer.
This was a great campground for me as a first time camper. There is a cost to stay there so there is also water & electricity available at the campsites. There are also restrooms & showers as well. A walking distance from the campsite is an amazing trail that takes you through a small section of maple trees. Those maple trees were said to have made it from the ice age! I did a seven mile hike that ascended up different kinds of terrain. I definitly recommend this charming piece of hill country if anyone ever gets a chance to camp here!