I like this park because it's close to home. It's got a good space between sites and is broken into 3 or 4 areas so you're not just piled in like sardines. You can being 4-wheeled vehicles that have a steering wheel. No sewer hookups, but there is a dump station. Unfortunately, subsequent major floods have caused them to lose much of the tree cover. It's great when camping in groups though, which we do quite often. All sites have views of the lake. They have a really good fireworks display on 4th of July.
Type of Park: Private-owned
Check In: 4p Check Out: 3p
$35 per night($105 total)
Water 20/30/50 amp
Picnic Table with concrete pad
Grass site. No rock or concrete base
👍🏻 Pros: No trees to avoid
On the end of the line so no one is on the"front" side of the camper
Good area for camping in groups
Close to good swimming areas and store
Close to boat ramp
👎🏻 Cons: Split-level site- table is down a slight hill from parking area. No shade
Across from the cabins on stilts, lake view is a little blocked
Cabins are being refurbished and the equipment and materials are stacked near the site(and some construction noise)
No grill or fire ring at this site
📝 Park Notes: Gates closed and locked from midnight to 6 am on weekends.
Closed at 10 pm on week days.
Can bring golf carts, ATV's(machines with steering wheels, not handle bars)
Dump Station- a little hard to get to for big rigs. Also hard to leave the park from there. You may have to go back into the park to turn around.
Park Store- has fishing bait and supplies, too
Cabins are under re-construction There is a Places Munzee here
🐦 Wildlife: Birds: Cormorants(Water Turkeys), barn swallows, scissor-tail
For more info, see https://www.denisevajdak.com/2021/04/camping-on-easter-weekend.html