September 26, 2019 - reviewed by HalsallBro2
Mud Feels Like Poop Between Your Toes
We stayed here in our RV for a night on our way through after a bad string of Walmart's.
Down in E loop, there was a few good non-electric sites right on the water that we parked at. The water was beautiful to swim in. The mud, not as beautiful, but still nice. Also had a great view of the starry night sky down on the waters edge.
The shower were a bit how ya going, with sensors instead of taps. Still gets the job done but...
Anyways, great place to stay. Definitely recommend.
July 7, 2019 - reviewed by Reggie
Cheap, Easy, Available and Close To Home
Plenty of sites, average lake, average state park vibe. Great if you have a boat. Bathrooms are average. Not far from civilization. No complaints, no backflips.
April 29, 2018 - reviewed by Bruce
Shady, Quiet, Spacious Sites
This was our first visit to Poplar Point. Our site was G-7. Not on water but great. One word of caution is that there is abundant poison ivy and poison oak around most of the campsites (but we are in the woods, after all).
July 12, 2017 - reviewed by Ted Bradshaw
Quiet and relaxing
Beautiful campground with spacious lots that have privacy and water views / access. Enjoy a campfire while sitting around a picnic table or enjoy boating/jetskis/fishing right from your campsite. Nice boat ramp located inside the park.
May 17, 2017 - reviewed by Allen Murphy
Stopped for 3 nights and thrilled with the clean, quiet, beautiful campground. We stayed in B22 at Poplar Point, an easy pull thru site. Many sites overlook the lake (not ours) but they are back-in sites. They look easy enough that next time I'll get a site on the water.