May 3, 2021 - reviewed by Phil and Kim
Enjoyed Our Weekend
We stayed with our 1.5 year old in a pop-up in early May. We enjoyed the peace and quiet. Not a big campground and the loop is all gravel road and a relatively steep grade at points. 30 and 50 amp electric. Bathrooms are great! Playground is great! The lake and pool are a short drive down the hill. You can rent canoes and kayaks. Enjoyed Shoaf's Mill! Didn't hike while we were here, but lots of trails of varying degrees of difficulty. We'll definitely be back!
September 6, 2019 - reviewed by James Speer
Beautiful Park - Small Campground.
There isn't a place to check in, so you are on your own to find the campground and your site. Oh, and it's not on the lake where you'd think it would be! You have to climb up the 8% grade road to the sites.... but once you're there, it's nice! Brand new rest rooms and play ground. Sites are decent size and fairly level. Electric 30 amp and water only. Well shaded.
43' 5er was tough backing uphill on gravel around the trees but we managed. Glad the sites across were empty for that!
I'd book it again if in the area.
April 13, 2019 - reviewed by TM3609
Best State Park
My wife and I visit alot of state parks with our dogs. Little Buffalo is our absolute favorite. We camp here multiple times a year with it also being both our first and last trip of the season. It's always quiet and feels secluded at the top of the hill. Sites are pretty big compared to other parks. Lots of hiking within the campground and there's fishing and a pool nearby. Bathhouse and dump station are brand new and really nice.
March 30, 2018 - reviewed by Poppy99
Hilly roomy sites, some into the hill others open. Bathhouse is new, the old one got torn down. All sites and road are gravel. Good place to stay if you came for hiking the pool or lake. (Stayed June 2017)
May 9, 2016 - reviewed by Plonski
Stayed here last year and price up $10 from last year ): Hilly and gravel camp sites. Not such a great camp site but the lake at the bottom of the hill is nice.