August 25, 2020 - reviewed by Glenda
Love Blue Springs
It’s an hour from home, always clean grounds, love to feed the goats and horses. It’s a short walk to the river from my favorite spot to camp, so I get my exercise and meet lots of nice folks , some we stay in touch with and meet there again. Also the staff driving the carts around have always been happy to bring ice to my camp site, or give a ride for my cooler to the beech. I hope to get in this weekend. They have been full this year.
November 14, 2019 - reviewed by Mark Lord
Love this place to bring the RV. Best times are floating or taking the jeep down to the river.
If we don't take the RV, cabins are cool and famous House on the Rock is a place to stay in the winter with a big group. The other house they have there has a built in pool. Highly suggest this facility. Owner is a great guy too!!
June 23, 2019 - reviewed by John Kincaid
Spent the three days at the campground, my opinion was rather expense for what you get. First after paying $40. Per night you find that the wifi system useable you have to pay a premium in addition and have to use it from store, shower, bathrooms is an 1\4 mile walk up hill across grass hill, showers is a pay shower in addition, toilets not clean and smell.
Never did find a trash dumpster, one guy said leave it at an empty site other than your, No I packed it home in my trash.
There are golf carts, ATVs, UTVs going up and down the roads all day long like being downtown and the biggest excitation I took was very young kids less the 12 or younger driving them all over with no adults with them jus another child.
The pool is very small had eight in it and was no room, the calls beach or swimming area is not accessible for any RV an narrow road goes back 3 to 4 miles back through the woods to the river.the parking area has cars and two wheel trucks stuck in the river tailings all over one
August 19, 2018 - reviewed by Dr Chuck
WAY too Expensive
There are a lot of other campgrounds in the area that charge a lot less.
Seriously, $40 per night for Fhu? AND $10 per person?
July 31, 2018 - reviewed by R.L
Popular For Floating
Campground was clean, lots of electric/water sites. Only 2 dump stations. They didn't have as many full hookup sites. Sites vary a lot in size. 2 beach areas on river. Have to drive to upper beach. A bit pricey. I had to pay full price ($25) to float with my own tube, so I decided to rent one for same price. It was not nearly as comfortable as mine. 2 weeks ago it was half price if you had your own tube..
Horse trail rides avail. Zip lines. Goats to pet..etc.
August 11, 2017 - reviewed by Frank Neidenbach
Nice close campground. Horseback riding, meremac river fishing, canoe rental, zip line.