Agnes G.
Reviewed May. 25, 2021

Camping and day use on sand dunes *WiFi

Last visited in 2020. New is Wi-Fi. I did remote work off and on. Used to come every year in late summer when water level is low and there are more sand dunes. There's 6 circular FHU loops (back in only), a group camp and cabin loop. In the main campground campsites are well spaced with room in the middle of each loop to park boats or extra cars. There are token operated showers, boat trailer parking and fish cleaning stations. Our kids would bike, scooter and use the playground. We boat out to the dunes, spend the day on a dune and fish and do water sports from there. The swimming area is hit and miss depending on the water level. Be aware of lots of vegetation in the water near the shore. Sometimes swimming is prohibited when there is a toxic algae break out. So check ahead. Also, when tenting during the week (M-Th), pitch tents on tent pad, not the grass (read the signs posted). Sprinklers run regularly. At night you can hear the coyotes. Boat launch area was rebuilt and can get busy. It's our fam fav.


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