Tony M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 9, 2021

Not too crowded, plenty to do

We went camping for a weekend to welcome in Spring 2021 (March 20) and it was CROWDED. The RV side of the park was completely full and there was only 2 or 3 open sites for the “primitive” sites, fortunately one of those empty sites was right next to us

Although our stay was nice, i feel like it would be better later in the year. The water was turned off so we had no available water (we had to carry in) and only had vault toilets. There was was also a wood barn near the main shower house, but that too was closed. The camp host didn’t show up until sunday afternoon when we were packing up to leave.

The two wings of the campground have a shower house in the center of them (I’d mention the quality, but it was still closed) and right behind the shower house was an amphitheater and trail head to a 3 mile trail. The hike was very nice, easy, but nice and well maintained. There was also several play sets for the kids throughout the park for kids.

As long as you don’t have obnoxious neighbors (unfortunately we had some music blasters) it will be a really nice visit. It’s def. not primitive, but it’s not an RV park either.

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