Nice sized camping spots, concrete pads with picnic tables and fire pit, some have raised fire pits. Gravel parking spots and blacktop roads.
The second and third weekends in October is Boo Fest. Great time for the kids (adults too)!
Site D-11 couldn’t get much better view. The walk down to the lake is short, kind of steep and rocky but easily manageable. The site is decent sized and not far from the bath house through the woods.
Very accommodating hosts. This must be a very old campground because the sites are short (most of them) and the roads are narrow with some sharp curves, not made for the longer campers made these days. The best sites by the lake are almost all basic no electric sites, which kinda sucks! But they are cheap enough to get as a second site to park your boat or fish.
This is a small campground. Campsites are tight but all centered around a decent sized bath house. There is a lot to do at this park, playgrounds, bike and walking trails and a good sized lake with a beach, all within walking distance. I would definitely do this one again.
This is not a quiet getaway place but great for kids. There are 1400 sites, most of them are owned sites. Rent a golf cart is a must, this place is huge!!
Very nice. Quiet and clean. Smaller than it looks on the campground map but really friendly people. Bath house is top notch!! Very clean with separate, personal shower rooms with keypad entry.
Great place for relaxing