Campground very nice, facilities good, they put us in a small spot with lots of other rigs around on small spots even though other sites with more room were vacant. If you want some room around you, ask for it. The lady who checked us in was very nice. $30 seemed high for such a small and crowded site.
About 14 miles northwest of Morganton, beautiful country and location. Very busy on weekends, no reservations, come early Friday if you plan to spend the weekend, lots of local folks with kids. Waterslide, small pool at bottom, nice sand beach on a creek with diving boards and a DEEP hole: COLD water! Had gospel music entertainment on Friday night. Gravel roads and sites, good water. Would like to stay 2-3 days. Basic rate $25, $3 per extra adult.
Manicured grounds, clean, all well maintained, helpful park host camped on site. On top of a hill, 7 miles off interstate, very little cell phone or TV reception. Only 15-20 miles to Cincinnati downtown but in the country! The park is an archaeological preserve, with museum, walking trails, very educational.
This is a city park campground adjacent to a city park with pool, and next to the Demonstration Coal Mine. Back in a neighborhood off the highway, down some hills. Heard quite a few sirens, maybe cops or ambulances, during our one night stay. The sites have cable TV across each backin and they unlock it when you get here. Not a real comforting experience. Didn't have time to visit the coal mine, but it looked interesting.
Clean park, restrooms, and pool, a well tended park. Has full hookups including cable TV. Really glad for the Williamsburg bus stop right at the campground, we were able to go to Colonial Wmsburg, Water Country, Busch Gardens w/o driving. Yes there is a train track, but hey it's an urban area! Our spot was on the highway side, most sites are shady, some are not. We enjoyed our stay.
This is a 3000 acre Ark. Game & Fish Commission lake. Campground is mainly used by hunters, fishers. Directions from Magnolia: south on U.S. 371, 4 miles; turn right on Ark. 344, 4 miles; turn left on County Road 53, proceed 3 miles to lake.
This is a very clean, quiet park. RV sites were mostly shaded. It has a beautiful swimming pool. No restrooms except at pool, so use your RV bathroom. Easy access to interstate and all of the Tulsa area. Would stay here again.
An older, well established park, well shaded, on Sylamore Creek. Level sites, gravel roads in good shape, swimming pool was very clean and the entire park was well tended. Not real busy in mid-August. Staff was wonderful. We will definitely return.