My husband and I spent Easter weekend here from Thursday, April 2 to Tuesday, April 6th. It was a beautiful and quiet campground.
There are two camper camping areas - A and B - and a primitive area as wells as cabins. We were in B area which seems more kept than than the A area. In the B area, there was a bathhouse with washer and dryer that worked VERY well. The bathhouse is dated but clean and warm. Although the gaps between the shower stalls leave little privacy in my opinion.
Several of the sites in B face the lake and nature trails which are beautiful. There does seem to be some updating and maintenance needed but overall was a great stay.
We had our Harley and rode the trace and toured the area. It is a city full of history and beautiful sights to see. If you like this kind of thing, check out Rev’s Country Tours.
Currently, the main entrance to the park is under construction, so we were detoured about 7 miles around very bumpy backroads to an alternate entrance. We enjoyed our stay but won’t visit again until the roads are fixed. Also, there are lots of downed trees, limbs, and branches in the area due to the ice storm in February.
We definitely plan to visit the area in the future.