Great memories have been had here.
They recently renovated the upper loop.
It has a store, cabins, lodge, pool ,etc
Down in the valley there is a lake with a playground and day activities areas
I came here once when we were kids, nothing popped out to me then as a kid.
Recently stayed there with my kids mostly because of nostalgia, my kids kinda had the same meh 😐 reaction.
Has a playground, swimming area was closed though.
This is another good park to come to if you're into fishing.
Bathhouses could use a remodle or painting. Had to explain to my youngest why there are pics of male genitalia etched into the restroom stall walls. Some graffiti was dated several years old.
We stopped by exploring campgrounds along the natchez trace.
It wasn't the kind we were looking for though.
Stacked sites side by side.
We had our 1st trip there over spring break.
If you want quiet time, this isn't the best place but if you like a lively and busy one, it's for you.
Large pool, store and Cafe. Playground and jump pads for kids too
It's daddy's favorite site so much that the kids are getting tired of going even though they do have fun.
It is 1st come 1st serve except for the group as site.
Unless your showing up late Friday or Saturday usually spots are available. Last two times I've been the whole park is full even the primitive site.
You'll get cell service on the upper loop.
None on the lower but it seems to be the best area for family with little ones as it's easier to ride bikes around.