June 22, 2022 - reviewed by Kathy
Beautiful and Peaceful
I loved this place. I stayed in the North loop with electric for 5 days. Plenty of space between sites, picnic table and firepit. The fresh water spigots throughout the campground weren't easy to access for RV tank fill and I couldn't find a dumpsite even on the map. Good AT&T service.
June 16, 2021 - reviewed by Maggie Full Time
Great Highway Stop!
Passing through and found this a perfect overnight stop! Very rustic with some tight roads but wooded, private sites...some non-electric for 20$ / 10$ with national park pass. Our needs are simple and this is perfect for us. Other sites with electric were available.
Did not use any amenities and cannot speak to that. Cell service is limited...2 bars
May 19, 2021 - reviewed by Donna
Very quiet and campsites have plenty of room in between and private in most. Only two miles off 64. Very interesting 1800's home and pretty Lake. Showers and bathrooms very clean. A nice quiet place to stop. For electrical site $27 or if you have the national parks pass 17. Very reasonable
July 28, 2017 - reviewed by Andrea
If you like lizards, fish, flowers and butterflies this is a beautiful spot.
July 7, 2016 - reviewed by Becky
Nice And Quiet
What it lacks in trails and activities it makes up for in peace and quiet. There are a few trails down by the lakes to hike with a historical house and how they were built, but the best part is bringing your own kayak or boat and going exploring, or fishing on one of the two lakes. There are showers and electricity during the on season and it's a great place to hunt during the off season. The campsites are a good ways apart with plenty of trees and bushes in between for privacy. Each campsite has a gravel pad for campers with a fire ring and picnic table.