June 6, 2021 - reviewed by Calvin And Crew
We highly recommend camping here. Plenty of hiking, biking, and fishing right from the campsite. Sites are a gravel level pad with a nice fire ring. Drinking water is up by the railroad tracks and the only toils at the campground is a ports potty. There are real bathrooms and outdoor showers up at the fort. The park staff is very helpful. Can’t wait to come back!
May 19, 2019 - reviewed by Vandifference
Camped on a Saturday night and the park was full. Sites don’t offer much privacy and they don’t have any hookups. The sites are also not well maintained. Moreover, there isn’t any drinking water nor are there any real bathrooms. The bathrooms in their current form are portable toilets that nearly weren’t enough to accommodate the campground at full capacity. Although the park itself has a lot of history with respect to the fort, the campground desperately needs to be updated with at least water and a bathroom structure. We wouldn’t recommend it.
May 1, 2019 - reviewed by Jordan
Great Place To Camp.
Love this place and have it all to myself right now.
August 4, 2017 - reviewed by William T
Weekends Provide Reinactors
I was surprised that when I entered the fort that I was greeted by 3 reinactors that recommended a path to tour the fort and later presented a marching demonstration. The fort was built for the French & Indian War. Was reactivated several times but then left to crumble. The Civilian Conservation Corps rebuilt the fort in the 1930s, making it one of the most intact walled forts in the country. I did not visit the Parks campground.