April 17, 2019 - reviewed by Haleiwa
Loved the park. Sites, bath houses are great! Four of the eight trails are accessed by a 10-20" car ride off 441.
Most are flooded at this time but you can still go a ways and see wildlife. One of the park's interior bike trails out to the basin has a really tough bicycle access point and is flooded maybe 2 miles in. See photos. 2 bars AT&T. 50ft observation tower is cool.
March 12, 2019 - reviewed by DMc33
My New Favorite Fl State Park
Wooded spacious sites with picnic tables and fire pits. Tables sturdy and like new. Fire pit has a grate for cooking. Our site was fairly level and hard pack ground. Some sites have concrete pad. Spotless bathrooms with showers. Very impressed! And there are 3 bathrooms all very spscious. No sewer hookup but tidy dump station. Great lake here for boating and kayaking with launch and lots of parking. And a fabulous visitors center. Loads of walking and biking trails.
February 17, 2019 - reviewed by Sal
Beautiful campground with tons of stuff to do. If coming in from 441 going south, stay on 441 till you see the big sign for the CG on the left. GPS will want you to turn left down a little dirt rd about 2 mi before the CG. Don't do it !! It dead ends !! Only stayed 1 nite, but plan on coming back.
November 30, 2018 - reviewed by HR Had Nuff
Very Nice State Park
Stopped for an overnight. A little worrisome at first driving a 40 ft rig into but really was fine. Sites are level. Sorry we could only stay one night. Plan to stay another time.
July 14, 2018 - reviewed by Dennis
Awesome park,,you won't be disappointed
December 31, 2017 - reviewed by Kaitlin
We decided to stay here last minute so the first night we dry camped in their overflow lot, but since it’s December we really didn’t even need to turn the generator on much. The second night we got a campsite! Campsites have electric and water hook up, a picnic table and a fire pit! Garbage dumpsters, wash station and dump station are really close. Nice vegetation between sites so you didn’t feel like you were on top of your neighbor. A short walk to Lake Wahburg and tons of trails right there in the park. We have a great experience and can’t wait to go back! Was $11.50/night for dry camping and $20/night for the campsite.
April 2, 2017 - reviewed by Jennifer
Stayed here at the beginning of April. It was a very nice place. They have shady sights with water and electric hook up. The bathrooms were clean with large showers. There is no pool but there are trails to hike or ride a bike on.