Private campgound with friendly staff. Sites are not very private but it was not busy at all. Great fishing and looks like a fun place for families.
Right on the Mississippi River. Concrete pads and beautiful views of the Missippi. Only negative is a railroad runs next to the campgound.
Great campgound with nice wide spots. Close to Hoilday World. Awesome trails. Stop in at Jenk’s Pizza in Dale for dinner. This park has the Lincoln boyhood memorial that is a must see.
Every site is a pull through site. This made it very easy to set up and it was a great place to stay. Lots of options to eat and great gift shop with a great view of the mountain range. We will definitely be back someday!!
No soft-sided popup or hybrids allowed. This is basically a parking lot with full hookups. If you are not wanting to stay at the camper and explore the park, this is the one for you. It was perfect for our trip.
This was a really small campground. It has nice paved pad. The picnic table was located behind the camper. There is a cool bridge that is a single lane that you cross on to go over to the campground. Neat town. Great hiking with some beautiful water falls. This was a pleasant surprise on our trip to FL.
The campground on St George Island is a great getaway that is not built up. The campground is located a short distance from the beach, but a person could walk if not carrying a lot of stuff. Make sure you get your reservations early. This place fills up quickly. There really isn't a bad spot in the campground. Most sites have a sand pad. There is now sewer hookups but the restrooms are awesome. Cell phone signal is spotty!
Great option for young families. Many activities at the park and it is also close to the birth place of Kentucky Fried Chicken. They have nice sites for larger campers and some for small units that are more shaded.
This is a beautiful campground right on the lake near Loogootee, Indiana. Lots of golf carts cruise the campground. That can be a little dangerous. So you need to watch your little ones closely.
This place is beautiful in the fall. Great campgrounds with lots of sites to choose from. Some can be small in size.
This a great primitive campground. It is a short distance from Turkey Run SP if you are looking of a modern campground experience.
We have stayed here for several years. The best hiking in Indiana and rent a kayak and take a trip down Sugar Creek! Pictures are from our trip in Oct of 2016.
We stayed here over fall break in Oct, 2017. Site 177 is not the best. Make sure you know what kind of spot you need. We were lucky we had a small camper. It was much smaller and very difficult it back into. Having no one across the road made it easier to get into our spot.
We stopped here for 2 days on a trip to WI. We had never been to Springfield, IL and wanted to see all the historical sites for Abe Lincoln. This campground is clean, quite and sits on the beautiful Sangchris Lake. We will definitely come back sometime soon. We camped here in June of 2017.
Nice State Park to stay while visiting the Dells. It is a true escape from the busy visitor attractions. If you are from out of state, it is cheaper to purchase a WI park pass. Be warned: the park charges an entrance fee each day you are there. We were a little shocked. It set us back $30!
We camped here during June of 2017. Beautiful campground and hiking. We loved the falls. Our family spent a week here. Went in town to some great places to eat. Stop by the office and get suggestions. The lake was drained so there as no beach, but the dam was going to be repaired and the lake restored in the future. June as the prefect time for us to go. Warm days and cool nights make for great camping and campfires. The Mall of America was not too far of a drive too, if that's your thing!