This is a beautiful park but has its problems. Sent in and told to choose our site with no map: not a good idea. We went down the wrong loop and had quite a time getting out with our 38 ft fiver. Stayed on loop C which has beautifully full shaded, but not level sites. It also is the only site without a comfort station. So if you don't want to use your shower, it is a long walk to the loops with facilities, which are in need of repair and some consistent cleaning. No WiFi and cell service is marginal at best. Nearest gas station is 8 miles one way. Nearest Walmart or grocery store is 17 miles one way. Come prepared. But this park is gorgeous. The views are amazing.
Tight is the best word to describe this campground. If you are over or even around 40 feet, you may regret staying at this park. Good location close to the park sites which are awesome. WiFi you have to pay to play, lost a point with me. Sites are a decent size, just right on top of each other. There is nothing close by: no groceries or Walmart so come prepared and stocked up. Clean relatively new bathrooms, but in need of repair.
This park is gorgeous...the campground is too, but...it needs work. First off, a camp host who is present and doing his job. The day we arrived, our fire pit was loaded with broken bottles and aluminum cans. It also had other plastic garbage making it quite unsightly. Our 50 amp did not work, but we can function on 30. Park has garbage strewn here and there. This would not be problem if you had a decent camp host who cared a little. Too bad. Bathrooms were not the cleanest and definitely need to be updated, but had plenty of hot water with good pressure. Sites are not level, so plan accordingly. The park itself makes up for it. Great hiking and biking. Lots of beautiful waterfalls and vistas. We would probably come back in hopes we were victims to a lazy camp host and that conditions would improve.
Sites are tight with little to no shade. Bathrooms are clean and well maintained but old. Mostly seasonal rentals but they were all friendly. Close to the gorge, the track, the wine trail and downtown. We would come back if in the area.
I could probably give this place a 9-10 if it wasn't for the price. If you charge these prices, then all sites should have sewer and cable for that matter. It's clean and well maintained. Tons of activities for kids. Great family campground! 10 minutes to Niagara Falls. Again, its just a bit pricey.
Quite a county park. Lots to do: Disc golf, horseshoe pits, archery, lake swimming, full equestrian facilities. This place has something for everyone. Now the bad, sites have recently been upgraded with sewer hook ups; the problem is the sites are grass and the construction left the area soft. That said, we saw 3 different rigs needing to be towed out because they got stuck in the soft sand. At this point, county is picking up the tab for the tow, not sure how long that will last. Bathrooms are clean but small and in need of updating.
The park is a beautiful piece of property, but the layout of the park is just bizarre. The pads are paved but short, uneven, and placed in odd places. Roads are narrow and not big rig friendly at all. Plan on long runs for water and electric at most sites. Its too bad it has such a funky layout because this place is so pristine.
Nice level sites, shade if you want it, easy access, clean restrooms. So why am I giving it a 5? NO SHOWERS! With the lack of campgrounds anywhere close to the city of Chicago, this place would boom... and be a 8 or 9 if they would just build some public showers.
Stayed here for a couple of nights after our camper was serviced. Pricey but lots of stuff for the kids, pool, petting zoo, pond, rec room, etc. Sites are mostly pull throughs and can be a little tight. Place is getting a little tired and needs some fleshing up. Bathroom maintenance was spotty.. need to pay a little closer attention to the details, paper products etc.
Clean and close to everything in Jackson. Sites are tight. It's pretty pricey, but I guess thats because of the location. Bathroom are clean, but could use some updating. We would probably stay here again.
Pretty park. Nice size sites. TERRIBLE mosquito problem. (I have camped in the everglades so I know bad mosquito problems) We spent most of the time indoors. Also beaches of Lake Michigan had thousands of little dead fish...Issues with flies and smell... This park is a 9 or 10 if these problems are fixed.
Missouri State Park web site says it has a pool. It does, but its not open. That was disappointing since we were here at one of the hottest times of the year. Park is pretty, and very clean. Showers were decent and cleaned every day. Sites were small but level. I just can't get over the pool thing. It looked like it had been closed for awhile. Someone needs to update the state park site!