January 14, 2020 - reviewed by Tubbed Apache
To Tight For 40ft
It seems like a very nice park for a motorhome under 30 foot. The access road is very rough and any motorhome over 30 ft in my opinion cannot get in. The access roads are tight, the sites are uneven, and the turn to get into the dump station I would guess could not fit anything over a 25ft Class C. The park rangers were very nice and they refunded our entire deposit.
August 8, 2019 - reviewed by Steve W
Multi-use Magic For Upstate Outsiders
Croft State Park is an expansive facility located on the site of a WWII Army training camp. The area is heavily forested with a mixture of pines and hardwoods and encompasses two camping loops, horse arenas, a shooting range, miles of hiking, biking and horse trails, fishing lakes with boat ramps and rentals, playgrounds and picnic pavilions. All this is widely spread so you rarely feel crowded. The access road is long, paved but rough. One camping loop offers views and access to the lake, but is hilly and uneven. The upper loop is mostly flat and offers easier access for larger rigs and roomy sites. Bathhouses are clean, updated, decently equipped and air conditioned, a major plus. The loop roads and sites are gravel and mostly shady. Delightfully friendly hosts even gifted us an aloe plant for repotting. Shopping and dining options are 10 -15 minutes away, and gas is cheap in the area. Granted, there is no spectacular scenery here, but there is plenty to do!
July 7, 2019 - reviewed by Johnnie
Outstanding RV and primitive spots, excellent staff, clean and hot showers and so much to do 3 nights was not even enough. It is on my list as a place to always camp now.
July 25, 2018 - reviewed by Jerry
Very Peaceful Retreat
My wife and I stayed here for 9 days as a not far from home and still drive to work each day. It was pretty rainy most of the time and yet the campground wasn't a complete mud pit. I agree with another review, most camp sites are not level! So bring the equipment to get your setup level. Bath house was decent. Trails were great but not well marked so don't leave without a good map. Lake was beautiful and we had a great time taking our grand daughter out on it one day. Other campers were friendly. It is a quiet campground after dark, not much going on. We would stay again!!
June 29, 2018 - reviewed by Lee
Rustic Little Park
Hi, I’m giving this park a three stars because it only has a very few level spots. If you have a rig 36 or better beware you have like 5 spots that you may fit in. Otherwise we had a great time kayaking and the lake is pretty. The dogs had a good time walking the lake trail. It rained both days we were there so pretty muddy.
July 25, 2017 - reviewed by Reback, Marc
Croft State Park has just about everything for the outdoor enthusiast. Miles of mountain bike trails for the novice or the expert with technical obstacles, plenty of horse trials and hiking trails too with some rivers to cool off in. A 150 acre lake with a fishing pier, and kyak and canoes to rent as well. Upper campground is more private than the lower. Two shelter for events and an equestrian arena as well. Close to shopping, but far enough away not to hear anything but nature.