September 5, 2020 - reviewed by Skip
Just OK, For COE
We stay at a LOT of COE campgrounds. This one, by COE standards, was not the greatest. By most state park and nearly all private campgrounds standards it was way above. Lots of room between sites, easy back in, numerous pull through. Privacy, again by most COE standards, is lacking in most sites. Most are right on the roadway. $32 normally, $16 with senior national park pass. Nice playground and beach area which is a big plus. Restrooms are a little run down...rusty dividers at the men's urinals, etc, but not a major deal breaker. No soap dispensers which would be nice to have during these COVID days. 2 dump stations. 4 stars because, for COE, it was only ok.
June 17, 2019 - reviewed by AJB
Just passing thru. Only stayed one night, wished could've been longer. Boat ramp nearby. Swimming area with small playground. Spectacular sunset view on west side of campground. Nice water access from many sites. Geese fun to watch but droppings everywhere. Friendly campground hosts. Very pretty park, bicycle friendly.
October 19, 2018 - reviewed by Terry
Great Corp. Of Eng. Park.
Very nice large sites. 20, 30 and 50 amp electric at each site. No sewer, but the park has two dump stations. Would stay here again. Stayed 7 days at the park. Site 62 is a pull through.
July 8, 2016 - reviewed by Jonathan
Great Lakeside Campground
It's a basic water and electric site but it has everything you need to enjoy your time. Sites are large and spread out. You hardly notice your neighbors. Access to the water is great and they have a beach area.