October 12, 2020 - reviewed by Charles Six
We are going on our 3rd stay next week. Super nice people working here. Camp ground is open and very clean. We have stay in Moxley and it is nice with many site on the lake. The only issue is the road to the camp ground is narrow and steep drop offs if you keave the pavement. Once you arrive it is well worth it. Only disappointment is the items in the store are WAY over priced and they ran out of stickers. My wife and I do love this camp ground.
September 4, 2020 - reviewed by Tony
One Of Our Favorites!
We took our 32’ TT and stayed at Moxely. Like any other state park, the roads that take you there are not in the best condition nor the straightest. But once you get into the park it is very open and spacious. During our stay back in July, they just finished adding water hookups to most of Moxely, so we had 30 amp and water. The dump station was about a mile from the campsite. The only WiFi was in the camp store at the entrance of the park. They was no Verizon service at all. Thanks to COVID, everything was cleaned and sanitized often. The sites are gravel and level! Plenty of hiking and biking trails. They do have a free beach where you can swim, but it’s on the far side of the lake and is about a 40 min drive.
July 29, 2019 - reviewed by Diamonds
Great View, But No Swimming....
This campsite campground has amazing views, but we were surprised to find out that you can’t swim in the lake unless you leave the park. There is a pool, but lake swimming is much better. Most of the sites don’t have water, and some are shorter than others.
April 8, 2018 - reviewed by Jay and Samantha
Our family goes down at least 3-4 times a season. It’s our home camping site and everything is great. Pool, hiking, bike riding to kayaking. It’s an all around great area
July 3, 2017 - reviewed by Dana
Great Family Campground
1. This is a family bikers paradise. Lots of flat trails. Mostly paved. Bikes are everywhere you look.
2. Super nice and clean pool for a state Park.
3. Full hookup sites are paved.
4. Only about 10 miles from I-64
5. Great fishing and wildlife.
What it needs...
1. Pool charges extra $5-6 per camper for daily entrance. Why not offer campers a week pass for say $12 each? Or better yet just raise site nightly fee a few dollars and give a wristband. Nickel and dime campers leaves a bad impression.
2. Pool has some shade trees but why not some small shelters?
3. Campground areas need some small fishing piers.
4. FHU sites were full for holidays. There is room for at least 20 more FHU sites if they want to expand.
5. Activities were not well organized. Hire an activities director and take the lead. Build a stage and use a pa if needed. Don't leave campers (and children) confused and wondering if and where activities are happening.
May 24, 2016 - reviewed by Paul
Nice local quiet campground.
A couple of the roads into the site are pretty sharp and winding.
Overall nice, clean, quiet. A great place to sit and relax for a weekend