Our second visit here. A wonderful park that we will visit again. Centrally located to things that we enjoy. Clean and very nicely situated sites that allow you plenty of room and privacy. One of the nicest parks around.
Fairly close together. Luckily the folks next to us were seasonal and did not arrive while we were there. Level sites with nice shade trees. Very nice owners that offered to shelter us when the tornado sirens sounded. No really secure spots to go but better than staying in the camper. Men's room showers were very difficult to use for the man of average height. Very low shower heads necessitated bending down to wash your hair! Showers need more ventilation to be comfortable. We would stay there again as the pluses outweighed the minuses.
If you love being cramped with small sites that are very difficult to get into this is your park. There are many trees but that is part of the problem as they are right next to the access roads and backing into our site was a major effort. There was evidence that others didn't fare as well as we saw scrape marks on trees and ruts in the sites when people tried to back in. The gravel under the parking areas for campers is very narrow and when it rains, the sites are bogs making entrance messy. The price for staying here was very expensive. $64 a night and a minimum 3 night stay on holiday weekends. Not so nice for the transients. Park roads were confusing as they had to go around the trees and were very narrow. Many are one way but not marked as such. Could be a nice park if they would eliminate every other site and the trees along the roads. We will not stay here again.
My biggest complaint was that they advertise wooded sites and those have all been rented to seasonal campers. Bathrooms are clean but sure could use updating. The toilet area would not stay locked while in use. The showers are not all that private as the spaces above and below the doors are large. The sites that they assign to transients are lined up very close together. The sewer hook ups are in strange locations for each site. The next door hook up is right under the picnic table for our site!!! OK for an overnight stay but would not stay longer again. When I used the showers, I did not notice anything bad about the water. They may now have city water as we can smell the chlorine. Better than what I read in other reviews.
Nice park but the sites were very close together. Luckily we were here before 'the season.' Can't imagine the 'togetherness' when the park is full. The folks here were very nice. Don't choose the sites with river views as these are even more crowded together and you will pay extra for being there. Separate showers made bathing a treat. Bathrooms were squeaky clean. Pricey but the area is a tourist area.
Very nice people. Sites are easy to get to. Showers and bathrooms are spotless. I would suggest more garbage cans located throughout the park. There was one by the picnic area that was removed while we were there. The sweet gum trees are a nice touch and will provide shade in the future but will also be very messy and scatter thorny seed pods on the ground. I would stay here again on my way to somewhere.
Owners were very nice. Restrooms were spotless. Could use some shade trees between campers. If you stay here make sure you are at the end away from the railroad tracks. These are very busy tracks and the horn is sounded with each approach to the crossing. Plenty loud at the campground. It is close to Cave City and a great little restaurant called "Cream and Sugar". We would stay here again.