We loved this place. The group site had room for all and private restrooms. We had a wonderful view of the lake making watching the sun rise breathtaking.
We liked the setting and the campground was nice and clean. However sites were very close together and the tent sites were on top of each other. We were asked to move our site for a new camper at like 9 am even though check out was around 12. Other than that we liked the campground there is a nice playground a wonderful fishing pond and a swimming hole. There are showers however they are $1 for 4 minutes so bring your change.
This cam ground was awesome complete with a waterfall on site. We camped in the walk in sites and it was so handy because they provide wheelbarrows to haul your stuff into the sites (which wasn't far). There is a nice stream that runs through and the sites were very clean. We want to go back and play. Be sure to explore the caves by the water fall the kiddos loved it.
This was a great campground. We had one of the group sites and there was plenty of room to spread out. There are flush toilets but no showers. They did not have internet as advertised but other than that we love this site. It came complete with amazing views and a great fire pit and picnic area we even had a volleyball court in our site!
We had a group site reservation though Rec.gov but do not use their longitude and latitude for your gps. If you do it will take you onto an Atv trail that looks like a road and is not clearly marked and very dangerous. However that actual campsite was awesome. There was no one for miles and our large group loved that. There is no water in the area and the ony shade was the shelter so it was hot. Its in a canyon area and gave the children alot of area to run and climb.
This campground was perfection. There are docks, a boat ramp, fantastic bathroom\shower houses! The intercoastal waterway goes through the center of this campground giving us amazing views of dolphins playing at sun set. This campground is highly recommended and a short drive to the Angel oak tree is a must see while in the area!
This campground gives way to spectacular views of the Smoky Mountains. The campground was nicely separated giveing each site some privacy from the neighbors. Bear boxes are provided and the restrooms were super clean. In June the Laurel trees are blooming making each campsie alive with beauty. Our family lloved it here.
This campground gave our group a beautiful location but it would probably be easier in a camper or RV. This is a very sandy campground with tiny cacti everywhere. With children this was a rough experience. With the wind it was impossible to get our grill lit and we did not even have fires. Which meant going into town for some BBQ! That was actually very fun followed by an evening hike to the lighthouse. The restrooms were nice here its just sandy and windy. I will admit is was nice to have access so close to the beach.
This is a busy little campground sites are close together but it is very clean and secure. There is a small ice cream shop on site that the kids loved. There is a lovely stream near the picnic area. The restrooms were clean but there were no showers.
We stayed in the group site B. It was perfect for our large group (22 people total). There was plenty of room for us to set up all our tents. There is a convenience store within walking distance which was so nice. There is a very nice gabizo with grills and a fire pit. We would definitely recommend this campground to everyone.
This is a slice of heaven. The campsites are clean and well maintained with nice bathrooms and shower houses. We saw tons of wildlife in the area. The hike around the lake was awesome and all our kiddos loved the island and beach. We can't wait to go back.