January 7, 2020 - reviewed by Gary
Great little park for an overnight. Not sure if I would want to stay a long time there.
As others said it is pretty tight quarters to back in. A 35-40 foot unit might have issues. Nicely wooded and plenty of room in each site. Beware some of the electric posts are on the wrong side of most campers plugins. Bring an extension. They will be upgrading electric this spring but not sure what that means. Also hard to use a portable surge protector as the plug in the box does not have much space below it. Could barely get my electrical cord plugged in. Water is on the correct side.
August 19, 2019 - reviewed by Tom
My only complaint would be the power problems at our first site. We had the handicap site but the power would drop to 90 volts. I checked other sites with my tester and found one with steady current. We enjoyed our stay but will not no bathroom upgrade has been done as of yet. No TV or wifi but did not come for this, enjoyed the many trails.
March 16, 2019 - reviewed by Viking 22’
Love this park. My go to when I need to get away for the weekend. Yep.. No WiFi..Hardly any TV reception..Verizon service works fine. Sites are a bit narrow but there is a good distance between each. The sites on the outside of the three driving loops all back up to the river, so they have great views. There is also plenty of room on most sites for tents as well.
December 17, 2018 - reviewed by Airstream Traveler
Would like to add after our stay the State Park informed us that they are planning to build new bathhouse in Spring 2019.
September 24, 2018 - reviewed by Airstream Traveller
All other reviews accurate. Some sites have limited TV, ours had none and 0 cell service on ATT. Nice to disconnect from world. Trails from museum short but did have many beautiful waterfalls. Only complaints were sites can hold some water if rain and yes the bathhouse needs updating (but were adequate). Will return some day, but still have many more parks to do.
March 31, 2018 - reviewed by Mama Bear
Jaw dropping Views
My very first campsite experience with my RV. I brought my kids and dogs. We all loved the hiking and getting in the water. It is gorgeous.
June 3, 2017 - reviewed by Starcraft 24
Older facilities but decently maintained. Not a whole lot of "manufactured" activities, but some of the prettiest hikes and waterfalls you'll encounter.
Large social/campfire areas behind most sites, lots of room for an evening gathering!
Do make sure your rig clears the 13' bridge coming in, and call to check weight limits.
February 15, 2017 - reviewed by Jayco Eagle 27.5
Campground needs updating. Sites are very narrow with trees to tight to pads for double slides. No wifi.
August 23, 2016 - reviewed by 37' Classic Newell
Beware Of Weight Limit!
One lane bridge entry says 10T 2-axle and 18T 3-axle limit.
April 24, 2016 - reviewed by Herb
Very Nice, It Fills Up Fast Especially O
Some of. The spaces need