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This beautiful park has everything you need for a day trip to the lake. I like it because of its sandy beach and you can walk way out in the lake before it gets to deep. It's perfect for kids. The Corp of engineers provides...More
It took us around 45 minutes just to get in the gate. The older gentlemen working the gate was in no hurry. I witnessed some trucks leave because they were tired of waiting. We had other family members arrive earlier and they had the same...More
Great place for camping. Lots of shade for your trailer and complete hook ups. . Only complaint...there are ants everywhere. There were So many freakin ants everywhere crawling on everything. ants are out of control And they need to treat the grassburrs really badd.
We always camp, if available, site 23. It is on a corner and is kind of spacious and lots of trees. The site behind you is closer than anyone else. Nice bathroom in the middle of the park, older bathroom but it is clean. If...More
Corp of engineer parks are less expensive than state parks. If you have one of those passes that gets you into the National Parks for free it also works for Corp of Engineer Parks. 30&50amp service for your RV 2point hookups and there is a...More
This is a great place to camp with your horse. Good trails. Sandy trails. Lots of miles of trails. Each campsite
Has W/E , tie post, table, lantern pole. Level sites. Some pens Lots of shade. Bathrooms and showers. No shoes required on the trails....More
My family and I stayed Labor Day weekend at McCown Valley Park and had a great time with a camp site that included a screened shelter and was only about 200 ft from the lake shoreline. The facilities are good and well kept.
really nice accommodations - quiet - scenery is beautiful - water is high right now - good boating - watch out for obstacles in the water - Corp Engineers really do not want people on the lake - bring your own food - nothing good...More