The campground is tight with narrow, winding roads (we stayed in the lower campground) and we were grateful to have park staff help us back into our site without hitting other vehicles or trees! The sites are narrow and crowded but the campground is really beautiful with tons of pine trees, an awesome cliff right in front of us, and a pretty little lake with a sandy beach. The price was decent (under $45, mid September so I assume off-season rates) and I would stay here again!
July 22, 2019 - reviewed by George
Nice Place To Stay
Staff is helpful and accommodating. The entire site was well organized, bathrooms were clean and the lake is very small and quaint.
This is a large campground that used to be a KOA. It is now part of the Parkbridge group of resorts.
There is a large Game of Thrones type cliff that is a must see. Its impressively large and slopes into the lake.
There is a nice pub with good food across the road. Children are allowed.
July 22, 2017 - reviewed by KandJ
Front desk staff condescending rude. Not a good way to start off the stay. Will not be back. Guess there will be someone else...to take the spot.