We enjoyed our stay at Raccoon Mountain. Sites were a good size. Not right on top of each other. The caverns were pretty cool. Having the dog park close by was a bonus. We would definitely stay here again.
It was an okay campground. Just be careful what site you get cause we could not fit into ours. It claimed to be for a 45 foot camper but we could not get our 36 foot camper in that spot. Luckily we came with other people and were able to swap sites around. The swimming/day use area was nice.
We stayed for a weekend here and it was a terrible experience. Our site was flooded all weekend. There is no sewer hookup which would be fine if the dump station worked. When I tried to get someone who worked there to look into it, I was told that that was not gonna happen that day. We ended up having to pay and dump somewhere else.
This has quickly become one of our favorite places to camp. It is quiet and relaxing. The views are amazing. The only downside is that they do not have sewer hookups.
Full hookup sites. Great views. Due to tornados in recent years, there are not many trees.
Great trails accessible from the campground. And the falls afe accessible from the campground.