August 8, 2018 - reviewed by Richard
Nice Quiet Stop
If coming in on RT 47 and if turn too tight, pass first entrance there is a second entrance. Check Google Earth, use parking lot across the street from second entrance to line up. We were able to make the turn at first entrance in a 42ft MH, towing Ram 1500.
Quiet, out of the way campground in the middle of the Missouri River. Level sites, good power, clean. Non potable water at sites, host said water runs in galvanized pipe. Need to go to dump station for potable water. I think the site lengths on the .gov website were measured with a 9 inch ruler, so take off 15%. Website said or site was 77 ft, more like 65 ft.
Would recommend a few days to week, it is isolated.
June 22, 2018 - reviewed by Jen
Good Stop Over
We booked online for 3 nights. There is a sharp right turn to the entrance road that was difficult to make in our 32’ motorhome. We had to unhitch and then make the turn. Great little campground with friendly staff and really nice sites. Partial hookups but water is available. We had site 29 and were able to reach the water with our hoses since we forgot to fill up before leveling. This campground is a great find.
June 24, 2017 - reviewed by Mike
Well Kept, Friendly
Level rock over asphalt pads most are pull through. Concrete picnic tables. Clean bathrooms with roomy showers. Lots of playground equipment. Great staff. Great fishing. Bring a boat of you have one. No water at pads, hydrants located around the park.
July 17, 2016 - reviewed by Jo Ann
Bring a fishing pole as many enjoy fishing from the shore below the dam. Water is available to fill your rig in several locations. Dump station and electric. Tours of the dam also available. The short drive from Chamberlain to Fort Thomas is beautiful and worth the detour! I would come again!