July 13, 2022 - reviewed by POPPY99
We stayed in Hossack Run and it is paved with a new bathhouse. Wood is avail at the entrance if you need it. You need to bring your leveling blocks for your site those are a wee bit off. 7/2022
April 23, 2022 - reviewed by JPC
Advid Camper, Hiker, Search & Rescue
I've camped here many times since 2014, different sites with Tent, 24-ft Trailer, 33-ft Trailer and a 24-ft Class B, most recently in Spring 2022. It is always a very good experience, staff and camp hosts are nice, bathrooms, showers and sites clean, except when people who don't care about rules or courtesy of others leave trash or party like they are entitled to disrespect others.
Sites are well maintained and adequate, prices and rules are very fair, much better than for profit campgrounds. Cell service is dependent on phone carrier and site/hiking location, nothing to do with the park at all, just physics and provider economic decisions where to provide service.
Camping, hiking and recreation should be relaxing and slower pace enjoying God's great provisions for us, not spent stressed or constantly on social media.
The only thing stressful is having people disrespect others with loudness, the park rules and nature by leaving trash, damaging trees and nature
October 12, 2019 - reviewed by Simmons
If anyone is looking for an affordable spot close to Caledonia
Try Lincoln Dell Camping!!!!
April 8, 2019 - reviewed by Shawn
Cost to camp is absurd and they don't allow pets.
April 4, 2018 - reviewed by Legs
We have traveled most of the US and love staying in state parks. Honest review: pricing is in my opinion is obscene! The sites are very close together and way off level. We had to try 3 spots before we found one we could manage. I would NOT recommend any rig larger than 30ft here. Facilities definitely needed updating. Camp host was great!!
October 11, 2017 - reviewed by Camping with my hunni
Good park.. beautiful lake
Its a beautiful campground. Wasn't hardly anyone there when we went. We always camp during the week (my days off are Tuesday n weds) was a little disappointed in the bathhouse but hey you are camping... The lady at the office was nice although I feel we could have been given better directions. Apparently there's a large campground behind the office and a smaller pet friendly one down the road a mile. We stayed at hosack run campground the one down the road. Would have liked to have seen the other one but didn't know where it was until the day we left. Its quiet and for the money we we're happy with our stay. The resevior is absolutely beautiful we can't wait to go back and try fishing.
July 2, 2016 - reviewed by Digirl
I love state parks but this one was a let down. Now, granted it was the July 4th weekend and all campgrounds were packed, but they stuck us in a weird group round camp area that was too small for our trailer, right on top of our neighbors, most sites seemed too close together. The bathrooms are old and need some serious upgrades - peeling paint, moldy cement floors.... though I will give it a couple stars for nice hot water in the showers and the pine forest surroundings were nice.
May 20, 2016 - reviewed by Tim Bell
Needs Some Work
Always stay at state parks. Bathroom facilities need upgrades and lots are right