Great camp site. Nice "big" spots so you don't feel like you’re on top of one another. Only thing I wish is that the bathrooms were closer to the hookup spots. I know most RVs have bathrooms but most pop ups don't and from space 58 to the nearest bathroom is a 1/4 mile walk. Not horrible but at night when it's PITCH black it can be a bit scary! Already marked on my calendar to look in July of next summer! Clean facilities and great staff! We will be back for sure! Oh and HUGE plus is that it’s totally dog friendly! I got a camper so I could take my puppies with me on vacation so if dogs aren’t allowed I pass the campground up. This one is so accepting and OMG there are dogs everywhere. It’s awesome. My 3 LOVED it! Only thing they don't have is soap in the bathrooms so make sure you bring a container to take with you!!
Cattail Cove State Park is a nice park with about 60 spaces. They are laid out nicely so you don’t feel like you’re on top of one another. The park is 90% dirt and gravel so bring shoes to wear around your site. Now I do NOT recommend going in June, July or August unless you have a boat and plan to be out all day long. Our trip they said hit record temps that day…June 118 degrees. It was so freaking hot it was unreal! I didn’t get to see the people beach as I have dogs (another HUGE positive for me is dogs are very much allowed) and do have their own “beach.” Now it’s a very very tiny beach right off the boat dock but I’m not complaining when my babies got to go swimming! The water’s edge, at least at the dog beach, is all rocks so I would totally suggest river shoes. I have to get HUGE props to both Ranger Keith and the park host Gary. We had an issue with our pop up camper and they both helped us for over an hour, in the 118 degree heat, to get it fixed! They went so far above and beyond what they had to do I was impress. They are the reason we will be back…a nice campground and even nicer rangers tops it all!! But it won’t be in the summer months ; )