Sits on top of a hill with mostly cedars on the perimeter. We only stayed one night, and it was a quiet one. Had a big group of wild turkey wander through the next morning! The campground was clean.
Sandy Beach Willow campground one of the only two sites with power but no water. It was okay after we cleaned it up. Water was so far away we didn't bother. It could have been much better. Noise, overcrowded, and trash. Come on; people pick up after yourselves.
By far the worst run state park we have visited in our 70k miles of RVing. The greeter at the front gate gave us no directions & no map. We wasted an hour looking for the elusive Bennett Hill campground. Finally got a park ranger in the phone and he directed us back to town. Once we finally found our spot, we found it soiled with someone’s dog poop. Really? The one dump station for the whole park is across from the ranger station which means back tracking several miles. The spot we were in, BH02, is listed as electric only, but in fact has water as well. Just another example of how poorly run this park is. It’s very windy, dirty, lacks privacy and we definitely are checking it off as a one time visit place. Disappointing as we love to camp near water which is what drew us in.
Great access to the water, but very few trees, so very little shade/privacy. windy in June and cottonwoods shedding like a snowstorm.
much quieter than some of the water access campgrounds-we enjoyed the views and the trees are a barrier to the wind and sun. Two Moons is our favorite at Glendo!
This is a great spot to bring your boat and a group. We had a ton of fun on the water. As far as camping there is not much cover so wind and weather can be an issue. Bring a tent to sit under for shade.
Easily my favorite place to be during summer. My family, friends and I have been camping at Glendo for 20+ years. It’s full of great places to explore. Great place to waterski,tube,cliff jump, and any other water sport. Glendo has some amazing beaches and huge trees. Would 10/10 recommend, love this place!
We had a nice pull through site away from the water. Just walking around the campground was beautiful. We hiked all over the area and rode our mountain bikes. It's a very family friendly campground, but with enough privacy to really enjoy your own space. There is quite a bit of boat noise if you are near the water, but it quiets down at sunset. We didn't see a lot of wildlife, but that was fine.
Sandy Beach campground is great. We rented a jetski from the marina and rode it around all day. There are mountain biking trails around and awesome sunsets! Great for kids and dogs!
huge reservoir great for boating, fishing and swimming. tons of campsites with beautiful huge trees all around