We stayed here overnight to attend state marching band competition. Got really lost inside park trying to find the lake front sites. Path to lake front site was dirt, sites were very close together and not well defined. We decided to go to the wooded sites and was very happy there. Some site were very secluded. Saw a few deer. the road to the park was a bit odd, pullng an RV it made you wonder if you would hit a dead end or end up in no-mans land. We would probably camp here again if there were an occasion.
Nice Park. Agree with previous reviewer about the pads, some had a tremendous dropoff followed by a sloop down to the lake. Some site were very close together with no room for picnic table and fire ring (may have been behind site) There was a bluegrass festival going on so a lot of campers were traveling musicians and they would play at night, it sounding great thru the trees. Hiking was fun, very natural and undisturbed feeling. Only oddity was some of the sites had what looked like a sewer connection. Could very easily make a mistake and hook up which would cause a straight out of the movie RV.
I thought this was a great camp ground. We stayed in the back, away from the water and had lots of room. We were there for a Bama football game. It was great, and much better than paying for an overpriced hotel room.
This is probably the best State Park we've ever camped at. Very family oriented. Very well staffed. We stayed in the wooded area and it felt very private. Kids and bikes everywhere! Only complaint was the bathrooms, the first night they were dirty and the showers were full of mosquitoes. But by the second night that had been taken care of. In fact, even though we were right next to a bayou, the mosquitoes weren't all that bad. Will definitely return.