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All reviews falls lake hiking trails bath house boat launches recreation area access points great place to get beach area blue jay point great hiking adequate parking water front visiting family plenty of picnic tables get away picnic shelters clean restrooms
Fantastic campgrounds. Historically 30 amp services but they are installing 50 amp throughout the park. They do not have sewer hookups which would be very nice, but the do have a dump station that is conveniently located.
$17/ day with military discount
Lake views available
Easily able to ride bikes through the park
Most lots are surrounded by trees (great for shade and privacy)
Raised platform for rv – many had additional pad for tent/picnic area
Handicap sites available...More
We began our visit at the Visitor Center. There were several brochures available on many subjects. We chose the one outlining the trails in the park. We decided on the trail that crosses the dam. The views from that vantage point were lovely. There were...More
A lot to do . Swimming,boating,hiking,picnic. Clean restrooms and changing areas. Grills for cooking. Boat ramps.You can’t rent boats is the only negative. There is camping in certain areas. Beautiful place.
Bent about 3 hours with 8 friends at 4 Lake, it offered a barbecue pit some older type picnic tables and some trees for shade, you could walk 50 ft into the lake if you like as they keep it pretty clean, I would recommend...More
I would have given it 5* if they had 50 amp service. The sites are large (big rig friendly) and secluded. We had a hard time seeing our neighbor. Staff was excellent as well. The restrooms and showers though dated were spotless and lots of...More
The park and beach were clean. We were in the Sandling Beach area. Wee were there on a Sunday and it cost $7.00 per car which is a good price. They had park rangers to keep things in order and yes they will check your...More
I agreed to a friends and family camping trip at Holly Point this spring. Can anyone give me any info on things to do or what to expect? I'm especially wondering about boat/canoe rentals on the lake or things to do in Durham if it rains all weekend. I've never been to the area, so any "must do's" would be great info too. Thanks in advance for any help.
January 11, 2011|
Please let us know how you like it. We are thinking about visiting this spring/ early summer also and know almost nothing about the area either. We have our own boat we will be dragging so just wondering how the lakes are?