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Campground and staff did a great job putting on Christmas in July. Very Kid friendly environment. We will be back.
The natural creek that doubles as a lazy river is great.
Campground was full all weekend. We stayed 4 nights. Decent bathrooms. Nice little beach area. Good hiking/walking trails. Quiet. Sites were spaced nicely.
The park itself is small and non-descript, not photogenic. The trail along the lake is nice for walking - it is a ridge above the lake with some nice views. Otherwise, the campsites were OK. Ours was secondary growth scrub with moderate shade. Others had nicer trees. Not a ton of birdlife. A lot of…
This park is on a smaller scale and less crowded than Devil’s Lake. There is a small beach that is in the process of renovation. The sites are large surrounded by trees and very private. The sites on the lake side are not electric and some of them are huge buddy sites, great for extended families.…
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Sites are big and spacious! Tons of walking, and biking opportunity! Both pit and flush toilets, and they have showers! Bathrooms are clean and well kept. Lots of flowers, birds and wildlife and tons of attractions close by!
Beautiful shaded campground with semi private sites. Nice beach that is a walkable distance from the sites. Lots of walking, biking and horse trails that are full of wild berries. Several stairways down to the lake, no beach at these spots but good for taking the dog in the water since they aren’t…
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Considering the park was over 4 hours from home, I was really hoping for the best! And let me tell you, it did not disappoint. From the wildflowers to the bike trails, this park was definitely a winner. The campsite was great even with one side being completely exposed to the neighboring campers.…
It’s a small campground, not a lot of campsites. There is electric and water service available. The hosts will pump your tanks for a $10 fee. The Thorneapple River is a sleepy, winding river. There are campsites right on the river. You can float or wade in it; it’s shallow and refreshing. Great…
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Campground has 10 sites for $30 a day, all with electricity and water. There is a dump station nearby behind the city garage for $10. There are vault toilets with free showers. The sites have immediate access to the river for fishing. There is a beach, two sand volleyball courts, boat launch, and…
We ended up camping here after finding out the last site at Council Grounds was taken by the time we got there(we did call before we left). There were maybe only 1-2 other camp sites taken when we arrived and they were on the other end so nice and quiet. My kids and husband loved the campground.…
Good site with plenty of room. The campground is big. Our site was very private for what a State Park is but not all are. Trails were awesome, but fishing from shore at the fishing peirs are not ideal. Didn't catch anything. Wood is for sale at the main entrance but not well marked or advertised.…
Friendly owners. Well maintained grounds. Mostly seasonal sites. Nice beach across the road. Would stay here again! Hit Chippewa Valley Growers greenhouse in Altoona. Amazing if your into plants!
It was a perfect Autumn weekend for our stay. Very quiet, beautiful bike trails and close to the camp park with a gorgeous open field perfect for stargazing. It was great, highly recommend!
We love this as a “go to” place for family. The lake location is perfect with both sunsets and coves. There are cabins as well as a few tent/rv campsites and a wonderful bar/restaurant on site. You can boat to a number of other bars and restaurants as well. The only negatives are that it is a bit…
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* The campsites were heavily wooded with lots of privacy
* Very quiet -- didn't hear much noise from neighbors!
* Nice hiking trails
* The beach was pretty unimpressive. The kiddos were grossed out by the water & didn't want to swim