May 24, 2019 - reviewed by Lisa
Very Nice State Park
The Sites are spacious, and most with great shade trees. Bathhouses are clean. We live the bike trail here. Only stayed one night, but wish we could have stayed longer.
April 15, 2019 - reviewed by LastmanstandingDE
I was shocked at how well maintained this state park is. Great, spaced out, paved, sites that are easy to back into. The trail loop is great for a bike ride! I couldn’t be more impressed.
February 24, 2018 - reviewed by the happYi campers
Great sites! Clean bathrooms, leveled lots, spacious, and quiet.
August 7, 2017 - reviewed by William T
Nice But Spread Out
Unless you want to hike almost a mile, you'll want to drive from the campground on the Southside of the pond to the boat rentals and sports fields on the Northside. Lums Pond even has a off leash dog park. Most sites are full hookups and level with new handcap accessable bathhouse.
July 11, 2017 - reviewed by Tim T.
SHHHHH! This is between you and me. Don't tell anyone else!
Gorgeous, clean, close to lots of siteseeing. The other reviews
here tell it all. We WILL be back!
June 21, 2017 - reviewed by DMP
Spacious sites, clean and quiet. All camper sites have full hook-up. Spent 2 nights and would definitely return.
June 1, 2017 - reviewed by Dee
Great State Park
Lots of room between sites, sewer at all. New restrooms/shower house. Lots of shady spots. We'll be back!
September 17, 2016 - reviewed by Ron
Clean, beautiful park, all sites full hookup. 2 Yurts for rent. Campground Host was very personable and stopped by several times a day to ask if we needed anything. What a pleasant experience. We cannot wait to go back again real soon. The campground sites were fully rented for a weekend in late September.
October 13, 2015 - reviewed by Diana
Lums State Park
Clean, quiet and beautiful. There are only 5full hook ups, so if you need that, make sure you call ahead and make a reservation. If you don't need a hook up, then there are plenty of spaces and there are also 2 yurts you can rent. The camping sites are on the opposite side of the park from the main entrance, so enter from rt. 71.