First I have to say the front desk personnel and the Par rangers were super nice and attentive. My girls had a lot of fun on the archery range and my son and I shot skeet and we had a blast. Now, the road is washed out and dangerous for any rig. We used the bed of my truck for my Napier tent and also we used a floor tent. The bath house needs a update. The lake is accessible from several path along the campsite but dangerous due to the steep dirt road. We loved the canoes, the fishing poles and the store.
May 15, 2020 - reviewed by Kathy
This park is just ok. Not many sites that are large and level. The road is a mess. It’s been washed out and repaired but still very rough. Lakeside lots have views though lots of trees and it’s a long steep walk down to the water.
December 1, 2019 - reviewed by Maria
It For Larger Rigs
We booked 4 nights over Thanksgiving. We researched the spots as best we could before we booked. We picked site 27 because it was to fit up to a 40 foot rig. When we arrived it had rained and they had a water line break in the campground. The red clay was extremely slick. We attempted to back in but immediately started to slide down the hill. The rangers offered us a few other spots but they were just as bad. Slick and heavily saturated. Since the sites do not have and rock or gravel we were concerned we would not be able to get out. The rangers were amazing. They helped us find a site at one of the neighboring state parks. We ended up at Calhoun Falls. This would be a great park for small pups or campers under 20 feet.
February 24, 2019 - reviewed by Andrea
This resort park was wonderful! It was clean and our site was roomy for our 28’. We visited the lodge during our rainy stay, and walked one of the trails. The lot was gravel/ sand and it didn’t get too muddy. Easy for us first timers to back in! Plenty to do.
April 17, 2018 - reviewed by Pony Girl
Nice enough for the price. Quiet. One bath house was boarded up. It dod not look like any restorations were being done. Kind of odd that you have to give 2 1/2 miles past the campground entrance to sign in at the main office, than turn around and drive 2 1/2 miles back. The site we stayed on with our 35ft fifth wheel was 60ft long. Our only complaint would be the ravine on either side of the road made it quite stressful when backing in. Thought we were going to lose the truck over the edge. Otherwise, we had a great view and a pleasant stay.