This campground offers beachfront sites where you can walk right out from your site to the water. If you get one of the sites that does not have direct water access, there is a beach, park and gazebo that everyone can access. Like the other COE parks we've seen, each site has a fire ring, prep table, picnic table and that really cool hook-pole! This campground has a lot of pull through spots, but only two bathrooms. Our kids had a great time hanging out here and we were unofficially awards the best hammock set up. Undoubtedly the most! This was a very user friendly campground. Lots of birds to see and a great view of the dam, which led to some dam good jokes. Lots of pull through sites.
Some thoughts from our kids- https://youtu.be/uCebtz0rawk
Womack Creek Primitive Sites- Some have electricity hook ups, and some do not. Only one site on the whole property has water. If you want to get away from it all, this site is for you! Just note that "non-potable water" means that there isn't any, not that you cannot drink it. There is one road in, and its the same road out. Beautiful untouched nature. The bathroom is small but adequate and there is a boat ramp. They are clearly doing some work to upgrade picnic tables and sites.
You'll see lots of stars on a clear night and will not be disturbed by the rest of the world!
We loved Bluff Creek because the view was beautiful! Basically every site is waterfront, its close to Providence Canyon (27 minutes) and close to Omaha Brewing (12 minutes). Pine Bluff Loop would be a super awesome group spot because of the fishing fence and playground proximity, although the bathroom is a little far from this area. There was some occasional white noise from the paper factory, but not enough to keep us from going back.
Our thoughts- https://youtu.be/TVdl11U1BT8
Pine Bluff Loop Info- https://youtu.be/ie0HqcOAiX4
Our kids' thoughts- https://youtu.be/KgdFnutJZ0g