Got to our reserved site and under no circumstances could we get our 26’ rig level. We’re able to move to another site and it was worse than first site. So we left. Reserved sites are electric only and these sites will only accommodate a small travel trailer and then you had better have plenty of blocks. Not recommended for large rigs, absolutely no room at all.
August 6, 2018 - reviewed by Judy
Nice Quiet Campground
Large mature trees. Sites in loop have electric. Water available. Not at each site. Dump station has flush and potable water. Very nice and friendly host.
Unfortunately the sites are not even close to being level. We had to move from one site because we couldn't get our rig level front to back.
January 19, 2018 - reviewed by Larry O. Wilson
This is not the Park to come to looking for a wide variety in the summer. Go to Cuivre River State Park about an hour east between Troy & Winfield on 47 if you want renting of personal powered watercraft & bicycles. Graham is SO relaxing, but at a stated max. length of 35ft. and 18 electric (NOT full hook up) sites with the dump station by the Campground Host & bathroom/shower house it gets a bad rap.
September 28, 2017 - reviewed by TravelinMan2016
Nice Quiet Campground
Great little state park, not too far from I-70. A little weathered but clean and comfortable. Not all sites are level.. Good value at about $20...(depending on services and season)
July 11, 2017 - reviewed by Stephanie
Great Spot - Great Price
Beautiful little camp ground with concrete pads and color coded hook ups for what you need. Anything from dry camping to full hook ups. Picnic tables and fire pits at every spot. The sites are short though. We had to park out 33 ft camper at an angle to stay safely out of the road. Very beautiful with all the tree coverage! Beautiful little trails and lots to do in the park with playgrounds and cave exploring. Would stay here again especially for the price.
July 25, 2016 - reviewed by Nut4speed
Very quiet and remote feeling even though you're right off the interstate.
I couldn't hear the interstate at all because of all the trees.
Has a few interesting sites to see.
Only cons are the park has several steep hills and relatively short RV pads so this isn't a park for large rigs.