October 3, 2021 - reviewed by S Sumner
3 Day Stay
We stayed 3 days at this park. Not crowded at all. Nice full hook up sites. Bathrooms are clean and have air conditioning. Few tv channels on tv antenna, spotty phone service (Straight Talk) no WiFi. Reservations made on Recreation.gov Sites are $24. Per night unless you have an America the Beautiful pass(you can purchase these at government or Corps of Engineers campgrounds). Then it is 1/2 off. Drove through the Persimmon Hill campground and it was more crowded and also very nice sites. Park hosts and Rangers are helpful and with good attitude.
May 10, 2021 - reviewed by JnD
We have stayed in dozens of COE parks all over the country. This is the best one by far. This dam boosts five campgrounds and three day use areas that are beautiful and well managed. Although some sites are not level, they are manageable. Full hookups? We have never been to a full hookup Corp park and we’re pleasantly surprised. All for $24/ night and half off with the right card. You will not regret your stay here.
October 5, 2019 - reviewed by Lynn F
Beautiful campsite and awesome view of the lake. Friendly host. Staying for one night but wishing it was longer. Full hookup so no review of bathrooms.
October 10, 2018 - reviewed by Mrs Bowman
This is a fantastic campground, I think one of the best we’ve seen. The campground is well maintained and beautifully situated on Lake Enid. Sites are huge and have full hookups. Roads are paved and easy to navigate with a big rig. The sites have concrete landing pads, and most are large enough for an RV, tow vehicle, and boat. Fishing is very popular here; there is a boat ramp in the campground. If you don’t have a lake view from your site (which many do), then it’s a short walk to enjoy the lake. We will definitely be back.
October 22, 2017 - reviewed by Jim Hargis
Wallace Creek is a great place to stay easy access from I-55 beautiful views of sunrise and sunset from all points of the camp ground