October 18, 2021 - reviewed by FLB
Oct 17 Drove all the way there and it was a ghost town. Campground looks awesome and beautiful view of the lake. Ended up going to Blowing springs campground just down 39. As mentioned take 39 to 600 easy drive . Also park service getting lazy Reservations only.
August 23, 2020 - reviewed by thenauticalnun
Amazing Location, 4 Campground Areas
There are 4 campground areas, 1-3 and Sugar Ridge. Some have electric. At least 2 dump stations (cg 1 & near 2) and water faucets throughout most loops. FF sites and reservations. I stayed in #20 FF in CG1, an electric site, and enjoyed it. Short walk to lake, many sites with amazing lake views, lots of hiking trails, showers, flush toilets, boat launch at marina down the road. Easiest to come in from the 39 to 600 (gps will try to take you down logging roads). Very busy place, esp weekends, so don't expect solitude and quiet. Very beautiful area and worth visiting. Note the road to MCClintock past the marina is very steep and narrow, signs warn not RV friendly.
June 18, 2016 - reviewed by JCH
If you are looking for a campground that has everything....fishing, hiking, swimming, boating, biking
and GREAT Campground Host (Loop 3)....then look no further!!!!! Enjoy the adventure with your family!!