Laure D.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 14, 2021

Small and typically quiet

We camped here in early June on an unseasonably hot and humid weekend. Our site was the last site available when I made the reservation about 6 weeks prior. Site 9 is next to the bathhouse and across from the dumpsters. Neither was an issue. Sites are very well spaced out and there are only 15 in the only camp loop. There’s a marina and beautiful views just a short walk away. Sites are private with most having thick foliage and trees between them. Our site was perfectly level. Most sites appeared fairly level. Sites 10-14 were our favorites and ones we’d try to get if we go again. There is extra parking across from sites spaced around the loop. The dump station was the strangest I’ve ever seen. Very run down but it worked. We walked to the Smallwood retreat house (a museum I think) and while it wasn’t open it was a beautiful house. Campground was very shaded.

  • Marina with 6 ramos
  • boat ramps as seen from bridge
  • foot bridge
  • site numbers were on electric posts only  zoom in to see
  • site 9
  • site 11
  • view toward water from site 9
  • site 10
  • General Smallwood Retreat museum
  • foot bridge between camp loop and marina
  • level camp sites 11
  • well kept sites
  • dump station
  • very level
  • camp map
  • measurements of each camp site
  • very spacious and private sites mostly

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