Although the north camping section is currently closed due to damage from the hurricane a few years ago, there are lots of great spots 20 yards from the water. The spots away from the water also looked nice as they were on a little elevation over the waterside spots and a little more space between the waterside spots.
January 12, 2021 - reviewed by Skip Watson
For COE, Just OK
We stay at a lot of Corps of Engineers campgrounds, because we love them. This one was NOT to the standards of most we've stayed at. Sites WERE large, well spaced apart, and on the water like usual, so that's good, but there was no vegetation between sites, no playground for the kids (which, we are retired and don't have kids with us...but we know a LOT of people travel with kids, so this is a review of the overall CG). Restrooms were clean, but just so, so. No soap during covid, and dated. Only one shower in ladies room, 2 in men's. Sites are pretty level, but we did need to do a little leveling, and our leveling system sank into the mud, even through the gravel topping. Not sure we would come back. Lots of deer roaming the CG which was kind of cool, evidently some people feeding them, too.
January 25, 2019 - reviewed by Jack
Great park site right on lake deer all around us very clean seems to be well kept. Some sites closed due to high water.