September 29, 2022 - reviewed by Curtis
What Size Amperage Is There 30 Or 50
Asking about amperage on the pole
30 or 50 amp ? Would like to know from campers that have camped there ?
February 1, 2022 - reviewed by Suzanne Bowers
What we loved about Rocky Point Campground: the views were breathtaking, especially from our second site, B30. There were expansive water views from two sides of the camper. The pup loved his morning and evening walks on the many wooded trails. The deer never disappointed in their morning and evening appearances. Nor did the thousands of birds on the lake.
What we didn’t love about Rocky Point (and the reason for 4 stars): the ticks. And the ticks.
August 21, 2021 - reviewed by Bobby
My wife and I really enjoyed this park. We return every chance we get.
December 10, 2020 - reviewed by John
We stayed at this park on the way back home from Arkansas. It was just a one night stopover. Wish we could have stayed longer. This is a beautiful park, all the sights are within walking distance of the lake. Nice shady spots. Would definitely go back for a longer visit.
August 4, 2017 - reviewed by Lisa
A favorite place for us to camp! Several full hook ups, beautiful lake views, and a HUGE playground perfect for kids!
June 25, 2017 - reviewed by The Aggie
I thought that I pressed all 5 stars last time we rated this park. This is a very nice Corps park.
October 2, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
Lots of Trees
Well covered with tall trees. Beautiful park and lake. Paved interior roads, and widely spaced parking pads. We wandered around on bikes to get some exercise and look over all the possible parking sites. There are some with full hook-ups but they don't have a great view of the lake. Park is OK for big rigs in most sites, but it is best to look things over before deciding on a spot if the gate attendant allows you to park at the "fish cleaning" station just beyond the gate. We unhooked the car from the motorcoach and toured the park before deciding on a site. Of course if the park is crowded, this may not be allowed. We will camp here again. The sister park (Piney Point) just north of this one is smaller and a bit tight for big rigs.