Monday, July 9, 2018
Stayed here from 7/6/18-7/8/18 at Site 168 in a 31.5 ft travel trailer. It was the post holiday weekend, so the place was pretty full. There was a bit of a wait to fill up with water, as well as dump out at the end, but the volunteers made sure everything ran smooth. Our site had a nice large tree providing adequate shade throughout the day, but a lot of the sites have minimal or no tree cover. (The Wagon Wheel section located in the rear of the park is almost all shade) Most sites are back in, but the corner sites were typically pull through. The most scenic sites were definitely along the water, being able to watch boats and freighters. The bathrooms were pretty large and clean, and even after an onslaught of fish flies, they swept them up pretty quickly in the morning. The playground consisted of a few swings, a slide and a sandbox. They did have an area that contained horseshoes, volleyball and cornhole boards (Bring your own bags!) in a field just south of the campsites. This park was also nice in that it has a gun and archery range. I believe I saw some trails, as well, but I did not take advantage this trip. And while the infractions didn't bother me, there were handfuls of lots with at least three vehicles parked on them (2 max) and there was a large group of people that were partying loud until at least midnight, so I don't know how much faith I have in the rangers making people follow the rules. All in all it was a nice park and would probably stay here again.