April 18, 2023 - reviewed by R&B Camping Adventures
We have only camped here in April it is by far one of the pretties places we have visited. There are upgrades being made all over the park. The shower house has been torn down looks like. They will put in a new one. Couple of the bath rooms are new fully concrete. Further updates before we depart. Added new walking trail by the river really nice. Latest report on the hot shower house eta sept-Oct but don’t let that stop you from coming to this campground really nice and clean
July 3, 2021 - reviewed by Justin
We were here one night, passing through. Sites in the 200 loop have electricity, all others are dry camping. All the sites looked pretty level, but they are not particularly long. We were fine with a 35' rig and a car, but some sites wouldn't fit us, and there weren't many longer than ours. There's a dump station, flush toilets and hot showers. And a lot of bugs!
July 10, 2019 - reviewed by Alabama Marine Wife
Nice Campground Host
No water at the site but potable water is available at the dump station 14 day limit 2 nights were 19.00 with seniors pass 50 amp available.
March 25, 2019 - reviewed by BabsLouie
Lovely Sites - Lots of Deer
I stayed here overnight in late March 2019 and the park was empty (the Camp Host was the only other rig I saw). Most of the sites in the electric section (200’s) were level and all included a sturdy metal picnic table, fire ring, and a metal shepherds crook for hanging a lantern. From this section there is a lighted gravel path to an outdoor gathering/presentation area that also has electric. The shower bath house in this section is being rebuilt, so not the best if you are not self-contained or can’t walk/bike/drive to another shower. Rates are excellent - great value. $15/night for electric ($7.50 if you have a Senior Pass.)