My husband and I plus our 3 kids stayed in a rustic cabin. The cabin was exactly how it was described and thankfully so! Since it had air-conditioning we all slept great. The grounds itself was very clean, the portable toilets were cleaned twice a day. There were many activities for all ages both for a small fee and free. Our kids used the pools quite a lot and were a bit disappointed with the skatepark. They enjoyed all the airfilled bouncy activities.
Haw creek falls is a small campground that has only primitive campsites. But the scenery is worth it! The site is located near the haw creek water fall and the Ozark highlands trail runs thru it. there are 9 sites available at first come first served basis only.
Great hiking trails, a pond for fishing, private camp sites.
Campground is rather basic but the primitive camp sites were beautiful. Half of them were in the Prairie and the other half was tucked into wonderfully private spots with burn pits and picnic tables. We hiked the trail and saw a mother deer feeding her 2 babies. Hard to belive that there is hiking trails like those in such a densely populated are just outside elgin, il
My husband and I with my 3 kids stayed at rock cut on June 9th and 10th. Our first day it was raining pretty consistent as we set up. We had a site close to the boat launch so that the kids could fish. Evem though we were near the launchn our site still felt private. By 6 the rain stopped and we enjoyed the beauty all around. This camp ground was very well groomed, the roads and paths were wonderful. Across the lake from us there was a café and store/rental . They had everything from hot coffee and burgers to fantastic fishing gear. We rented a paddle boat for $15 an hour. The lake was so beautiful! They didn't allow swimming in the lake we were on but there was another lake that had a beach with the park.