July 25, 2019 - reviewed by Tara's Travels
Very nice lake,but signs are not very visible to day use area ( NO camping) and the restroom is as my son put it" straight out of the devils @!!has potable water,and trash cans that was nice ,the price us $8 bucks ,but the park worker said it is $4 kinda confusing so we paid the $8 we will go again .
July 18, 2019 - reviewed by Steve W
Great Stop for One Or More Nights
Stopped for one night. Plenty of room, level sites, pretty lake. $4 with Golden Pass, hard to beat.
June 30, 2019 - reviewed by E&J
Quite And Windy
$8 to park for the night. Couple of toilets. Was quite after the wind died down. Good place to stop for the night. Literally in the middle of nowhere. Could hear coyotes. Watch out for your pets.
October 8, 2018 - reviewed by Ron
We stayed here on Sept 9, 2017. With Golden Age Passport it cost us $4 per night. Has a clean restroom. Campground isn't fancy by any means but a easy overnight stay. Fishermen like it and locals are always fishing. It WILL BE WINDY. No hookups of anykind but does have pressurized water system spigots in the campground.
Update: We visited again Oct. 9, 2018. Absolutely nothing has changed since our last visit. Price is the same but it is a little colder. Great overnight spot for $4!
September 1, 2017 - reviewed by Kevin
Nice Campground But...
It was a beautiful campground but not tent friendly. I'm touring the US on my bicycle and this was one of the cleanest campgrounds I stayed at BUT I slept on rocks. My suggestion would be to create some tent pads.
June 15, 2017 - reviewed by Jane Darrow
Nice, large open sites, some on the lakeshore. Lots of fishing going on. Grey water only dump, 1 water faucet. Clean.