I stayed here for a couple of nights and LOVED it. The sites near the water are of course the best. I did go in May when no one else was really camping. I can imagine during the summer it is not very pleasant as the campsites are close together and not spacious. But the view would be well worth it.
I stayed here two nights and loved it. The fee is $16 a night and the campsites are nice and spacious. This campground is only 20 min drive to the lakeshore and sits on the beautiful Platte River. There are a few trails along the river. I would for sure go back to this campground!
I only spent a night here but will absolutely be returning. The sites are large and well maintained. You are surrounded by beautiful pines. I wasn't able to explore as much as I liked to but hear there are great trails and you are in walking distance of water.
This park is absoutely one of my favorites! I have been here often and always camp at the sites facing the water. However, the back camping is also nice. You have to reserve your spot early in the year for summer camping near the water but sometimes luck out with one or two days open. The only downside to this park is there is a HUGE cement plant at the entrace. It is loud and a complete eyesore. Why they would ever allow that, I have no idea. If you camp in the back of the park or at 76+, you do not see or hear or see this factory.