Very well maintained park. Staff was able to make an adjustment for us and got us a great campsite for our entire stay. I like how they separated out dog campers from non-dog campers. Great idea!
Back in sites in most loops are extremely un-level. Both left to right and fore and aft. Bring plenty of leveling blocks. We weren't able to get the trailer level with our Anderson blocks so had to resort to the old lego-style blocks. We watched many unskilled campers struggle with setup.
Some sites are shaded and some are not. Kinda wished we had gotten a site facing one of the ravines for a better view. Lakeside sites are also available.
Nice interpretation farmstead/civil war site near the entrance and a decent boat launch at the end of the road.
I would recommend coming from the Flatwoods side (south) as the access from the north is a bit windy for just about anything bigger than a van camper. Plus, Flatwoods has fuel and a Walmart if needed. And a Fiesta outlet too!
September 8, 2016 - reviewed by Robert
The camper sites are a bit close together. They're isn't much shade. We like to spend evenings outside around the fire. That can't happen unless you like skunks. Not just one or two but there many. The pop up out of nowhere. You'll be sitting around and boom, one walks out from under your chair. They are not afraid you and they are not tame. Too much of a nuisance. This has been a problem for years and they do nothing to control them or relocate them. The tent sites are very shaded and much more private.