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The campground is very large with lots of sites amongst beautiful trees, the roads to the sites weren’t great and there was a lot of people in that particular moment, the lake was full of boats and jet skis. The campground itself was very pleasant...More
Our kids stayed here for a week. It was a great place to camp. The kids did have a visit from a bear one night.
The water view are gorgeous the kids spent quite a bit of time in their kayaks. They even paddled into...More
excellent fall camping site, many many sites to choose from, many with water front and water views. close to speculator or the campstore. good dry firewood available at the camp ranger station gate, firewood sold privately cheaper by not dry or aged.
However you could...More
Unfortunately we booked late on a holiday weekend, so we did not get one of the many AMAZING lake-view (lakeside) campsites, but there are many sites with gorgeous views! Our site was still "woodsy" and secluded from neighboring sites (though gravel-based and more suited for...More
Friends of ours introduced us to Moffitt Beach about 8 years ago-We were 3 families next to each other with WATER sites. We spent most of our time by the water looking out at the amazing views of the water, mountains, kayakers, ducks, oh and...More
We have camped here for over 50 years and this was the first year the beach was closed. NO SWIMMING, lifeguard. You are camping at a LAKE, but you can't swim in it. I understand that the state may have money issues, but you can't...More
This past weekend was our second time at Moffitt. We re-booked because it was so perfect for what we want to do:
easy access to water
easy access to dump in our kayaks
not TOO much motorized boat activity
The views here are to die for. We recently went tent camping here for July 4th and will definitely be coming back for sure. Most of the sites are on the water but there are a few not, so be sure to ask for a...More