Campgrounds are somewhat private and pretty standard for a state park. the waterfalls are beautiful. The drIve through the bison herd area was really cool! would highly recommend. the hiker’s club trail was mostly prairie and some wooded areas and mostly flat. A really nice park.
The campsites have no privacy at all unless you go with one of the hike in sites. we stayed at site 91, which you have about a 500 ft walk to get to. The campsite was very secluded (you can hear noise from all of the other campsites though) and large. Hiking trails are well groomed and take you through both woods and prairie. The man-made swimming lake is small but clean andwell maintained.
campsites are right by the river and alongside a nice hiking trail. Lots of trails all over the park and clean, private campsites
clean, secluded sites. Nice park with lots to do; swimming, hiking, and bike trails. Primitive campgrounds are hike-in and offer a lot of privacy.
the park is beautiful and the lake is really nice, however the campground was essentially an open field with sites numbered along the edge. No privacy which made it tough to travel with dogs and kids were running around everywhere. Well kept but wouldn’t stay at this site again.
Beautiful state park, but WAY too many mosquitos in the summer. we had at least 100 bites after our trip. They have a lot of hiking trails and a really cool fire tower that you can climb and see all of the surrounding area. Definitely recommend, but in the spring or fall months.
This is an amazing campground. The Root River goes right alongside most of the campsites which creates a really peaceful space. The grounds are super clean including the showers and porta-potties that are available for campers. Best of all, the staff are AMAZING and so friendly and helpful. There’s a great bike trail that weaves in and out of cute small towns and the campgrounds also offer canoe, kayak, and tubing rentals to go down the river.