March 10, 2019 - reviewed by James
Natural park, Sites And Roads Need Maint
(Pulling 30’ foot Fifth Wheel.)
2nd time staying here. Roads (asphalt) are very narrow, with sharp turns, trees and washed out edges. If/ when you drop off road you will bottom out axles on asphalt, scrapping side walls of tires. Who ever designed campground roads never pulled a travel trailer before.
Please widen roads or at least fill eroded road edges in with gravel.
You will drag your trailer bumper getting into pull-thru site #2.
Lake is gorgeous, tree lined with all water activities. Camp sites are wooded. Very secluded. Can here I-75 and an occasional train off in the distance.
October 24, 2018 - reviewed by Flythebackroads
This is a great campground. Secure with locked gate but easy to navigate with a park office AND several separate attentive park hosts. On the water with great inlets for kayaking. Beautiful lake, and lots of trails. Bathrooms are eh. Not terrible but nothing great. Stayed both tent camping and 17ft travel trailer
August 4, 2018 - reviewed by Lexi N
Nice Park, But Busy On The Weekend
It’s a really nice park, but I made the mistake of going on a weekend and it was pretty crowded. There are trails that connect the campground to all the other trails, which is nice. I think you’re allowed to bike on the trails. Some spots are definitely better than others, so get there early to get a good spot.
April 4, 2018 - reviewed by Cory
Large sites, $40 a night. Stayed last minute for one night. No sewer, but nice. Would stay again.
March 30, 2018 - reviewed by Poppy99
You are on an island in a man made lake. Lots of hiking boating and fishing in the lake around you. Sites are gravel wooded and roomy. Our site was up high overlooking the lake, to where you could go down and go swimming right there. Also jump into the car and go over to the Homestead site or the camp store. (Stayed July 2015)
August 17, 2017 - reviewed by Chris
This is a nice, clean, huge park with a gated campground. Lots of hiking and a nice beach on the lake