At this campground it seems like the park itself was first in mind then the actual camping options. While the space is pretty vast there is little to no shade and the electrical connection boxes look pretty wonky. Some of the sites look like they pretty much are on top of one another and there isn't really a lot of room to spread out. Picnic tables and fire rings are absent from the individual sites and it seemed more of a place just to stop than a place to really enjoy.
The park itself was pretty nice, large pavilion, basketball courts, walking trail with a lake and playground. It was kind of sad to think that the campground just seemed disjointed from the attention to detail.
Then there was the proximity to the stadium which is just behind the campground. I couldn't imagine pulling into this site on a Friday and then having the noise of the stadium right there along with all the extra traffic and parking which finds its way into the lot you are calling a place to stay. There is no division from this.
This site is by far more designed for RV traffic even though it does have a sign saying tents can stay there as well. I wouldn't want to try to do so however because it doesn't seem like it would be anything near what I personally like or expect from a tent site.
- If you are in a larger rig. you will want to use one of the sites closer to the stadium that area a bit longer. Closer to the water the sites appear shorter and like van sites.
- Check the football schedule before dropping in on a Friday otherwise you might be quite disappointed.
- Get a discount for camping on a weekday when it is only $15 a night as opposed to $20.