This is one of the quietest campgrounds I have stayed at so far. The sites are large with many options for shade or open. They have great hiking trails, a creek off of the Ohio river to fish, and a boat ramp to the river. We did hiking trail 3 and 7 visiting Rose Island. I am only giving it 4 stars because the bathrooms could have used a good cleaning. They weren’t disgusting by any means but I have been to campgrounds with cleaner.
This campground was the best we have stayed at so far. Beach view with very easy beach access. Dogs are also allowed at the beach which was a nice change. The beach is wide but watch out for high tide as certain areas are harder to navigate through at that time. They are still cleaning up parts of the campground from the hurricane, and from the looks of it they may not be able to get back some of the sites that have been damaged. The bathrooms were clean. My only complaint is they have two showers in one stall, and the stall has no lock. You will either be showering with a friend or a complete stranger, potentially. The park has plenty to do including a lighthouse. We had a terrific visit and is on our list of places to go back. The sites were close together and some were not even. We were at site 145.
Some of the most beautiful trails and waterfalls I have been to. The facilities were nice and clean. The bathroom was kind of far from our campground. Overall it was a great stay.
Our campsite had Great Lake views and a nice path to get down to the lake. Bathrooms and showers were clean.