Very clean resort on the bayside, friendly helpful staff, nice fenced & grassy pet area, even have 2 garbage pick-ups per day and hedge privacy between sites. View from waterfront site 31 was partially blocked by trees along shoreline. The management has a great thing going here and hope to see them enforce their rules with the "Keys Crowd". We had people walking through our site as there wasn't a public walkway nearby to access beach. Improvements in process; hope security gates are high on list. More shade trees near sites would be a plus.
We had site L5. Very large site, all were. Site had water, 50 amp electric. Beautiful lake front site with a sandy beach access to the lake. The camp host greeted us upon pulling into campground. He was very helpful, hospitable, and nice. He turned us on to some great locally made pasties. We would definitely return. A sewer hookup would get a higher rating, we were only there 2 nights.
Very nicely maintained, friendly hosts, level campsites. We had site B2, a reservable site, it was perfect for our 45' MH and toad. 25W is narrow with no shoulder. Turn into CG was tight with toad but we made it okay. B loop had no shower facility, just toilets. No Satellite reception on B2. AT&T service decent. Only received 3 TV channels with antenna.
Nice park, well kept, lots of amenities for a state park-cable tv, full hookup. Waterfront sites would make it a 9- 10. We chose a Very large pull thru site on end. Easy access in and out for our 45' motorhome. Poor AT&T service. Go see Providence Canyon.
Pretty setting, we had site c22 at end of circle. The management was poor. There were no rules apparently regarding the number of cars allowed per site. One day there were 6 cars at a site on the circle blocking the flow. There's no fee to enter park so there were a lot of cars driving through. Sites were not level. There was trash left in our fire ring & others.
Wow! What a gem! Beautiful scenery camping down in the canyon. We were on site 130 in sagebrush, room for our 45' with slides. The road down into the canyon is intense at 10% with 3 switchbacks in a class A and tow . Only con was that we couldn't open our awning due to tree, but where else can you camp in a canyon in your Class A?
We wanted a full hookup site and the sites down by the lake were not full hookup with a beautiful setting and scenery. We were on site 1 and were disappointed with the size. It was really too small as a pull thru for our 45 ft with tow. No security or gate and our BBQ and fire pit were full of trash. The park personnel to check us in was very nice.
Beautiful setting on site 85 in Lakeview circle, level pull through full hookup site. Worth the 6 mile drive off the hwy even for one night. We would definitely come back if in the area for more than one night.
Wow! This is a hidden gem! Nice large pull-thru level sites and a great view. Only thing missing were shade trees on our site in the 3rd row for Motorhomes. It was dry and very dusty when we stayed. We would return in cooler weather.
Nice lakefront. We were passing through for one night only. The place was pretty empty so we chose site 5. Tight pull through with our 45' + tow. No shade or privacy between sites. Some permanents. It isn't worth going back and risking damage to our RV electrical system. We had to run our gen all night due to faulty electric hookup. There was no one qualified to help.