Very pretty campground. Some of the loops are busier than others. Loop B seemed very full of tent campers with kids probably because of the close bathroom and playground in the middle of the loop. We stayed in loop C. It was very quiet but the road does have some washed out pavement so go slow. Lots of nice short hikes and overlooks that the family loved. Sewer hook up was awesome since most state parks are lacking. There are no stores close by. Bring what you need and fill up on gas before you’re too close.
July 14, 2020 - reviewed by Laura
This is a nice park, I liked how the campsites were nestled in the woods. There are some spectacular views from the overlooks. The campground is pretty quiet and peaceful. We stayed on loop C which seemed a bit quieter than B. Loop B has the basketball court and playground, so it just depends on what you're looking for. Most sites seemed well spaced out, although some were not so much. Our sewer connection was pretty far from the water & electric hookup, we actually had to buy another sewer hose to reach. The campground can also use a little maintenance. We had low hanging branches that rubbed the top of our camper while parking/leaving our site. Also, the road where C loops is getting washed out a bit. It's still useable, just take it slow. We visited during covid restrictions so I can't speak to all the amenities.
March 27, 2020 - reviewed by Mike
Best state park campground we've been to in a long time
July 10, 2018 - reviewed by Sleighd
Great Place For Outdoors Adventure
We just recently stayed in campground D, the sites were a little narrow but workable. Bathrooms were clean and everyone was really nice. The parks is awesome with hiking, biking, zip lining and a small water park.
November 23, 2015 - reviewed by Andrea
Family friendly areas. Sites are not right on top of each other. Bath houses are maintained well. Most sites have water / electric.