I have stayed here multiple times. Always a blast. The kids love swimming, kayaking, fishing, and bike trails.
This was a beautiful camping spot with close water access. There was plenty of area nearby to hike or go swimming and there was a cool water run off that you can walk down the side of. There was plenty of wild life nearby and the camping spot was very clean!
No outboard motors allowed on this lake. Canoe and rowboat rentals are available at the office. Great private campsites. We love it here.
Spacious campsites, surrounded by trees. Try to get a lake side site, they are amazing! Hot showers, flush toilets, firewood available for purchase. Great campsite for tent or rv camping. Bring your kayaks, canoes, or inflatables but leave motorboat at home as they are not allowed on the lake. They also upgraded the playground equipment on the dayside beach this year. Only complaint is that there are 2 beaches but dogs not allowed on either beach.
Coon Fork is always a great experience! Two great beaches on a small, no-motor lake with a large campground and several nature trails.
Coon Fork campground has many trees, which helps to provide some privacy between campsites. It still feels like being out in nature even though there are other campers nearby. Kayaks, paddleboats, and other items can be rented. During some weekends there is live music. Clean bathrooms with showers. Ice, extra parking passes, and wood can only be purchased with cash.
Great for kids! Way more fun later in the summer so you can go swimming. Although, children don't seem to notice cold water anyway!
Pine trees everywhere and some camp lots more open then others. Playgroud, shower/bathrooms are decent. Quiet hours enforced, DNR on duty and sheriff tends to drive through.
Quiet hours are reinforced early at night but it's an excellent campground small children.