We spent the weekend at this very nice little park and had a great time. The sites had power hookups, and fresh water was available close by. There was a fill station and dump station available near the entrance/exit to the park. It was quiet the weekend we were there with all the campers being respectful of sleep hours. Will definitely be visiting again when weather permits. Rates were $15 a night, and it was drop an envelope in a box system.
The campground is first come first serve, but overall it's nice and kept up well. Stayed here in Aug 2018 and will be going back here again. Had a great time. Spots are a little close in some areas, but it's not a big campground so it's not noisy.
All of the pull thru slots were 'reserved' by people that had parked and paid for a week, and then left their rigs with the intention to return for Labor Day weekend. This prevented us from staying Wednesday night on our drive thru the area. We did note that there was no cell service available.
We needed pull through for the night and there were 3 remaining when we arrived. the sites were large enough. There are trees too. It is kind of tight, but a very nice park overall. We were there on a Thursday. I am sure it fills quickly for the weekend. Easy access too.
Clean cabins. Tons of stuff to do for everyone. Cheap. Really recommend. Bring your own sheets, I had some stains on my mattress from people before or longer, but besides that theres no problem. Big lake. Decent bathrooms besides no toilet paper and no flush for the cabins.
We stopped here for a night in the camper while driving through to another destination. We will plan on making this a regular stop. Campsites were clean and level with a good variety to chose from. Bathrooms were modern and clean. The park itself was very nice with a good assortment of things to do. The volleyball net looked new for the season. The playground was very good quality with lots to keep the kids busy. The swings were also in very good condition. This was a great stop and even better when going for dinner at Moose Snout. The people working and staying at the campground were also very nice. This was one of the lowest priced and best campgrounds we stand at during our entire trip!
Stayed at this area for a quiet camping trip. Only got scared at geese since they sounded so close. Otherwise a good quiet area for a simple camping trip. You can have alcohol in area just be of age. Also many people fish so this is what will go on in the morning. Great quick getaway.
The park isn't huge, but it's mighty! There's a beautiful lake in the middle where you can feed the geese (you bring your own food), or rent a paddle boat or a canoe. There are about 3 miles of trails to hike on. The camping spots and bathrooms are well kept. There's also a lodge you can rent for large family gatherings. There are hookups, but not sure how many.
We stayed here in an RV and had the entire loop to ourselves to watch the fireflies in the evening. The park is beautifully wooded but the trails are steep and rocky in areas. There is a 17 acre smooth lake and wildflowers everywhere. A very pleasant stay.
Just returned from a weekend camping trip with friends and felt like some may want a heads up before heading to try out this county park. Especially if you are tent camping. First, the campsite pricing is a bit confusing and discouraging. The county charges $15.00 for an RV. $10.00 for a tent. Most campgrounds we have camped in (actually all of them) have allowed one tent per RV site. Also, usually the tent rate is per site not per number of tents. Arrowhead charges per RV and per tent. It may not seem too bad until you camp in a non electric tent site, have the parents in one tent and kids in another, and realize that you are now paying more than the RVs with electric hook-up per night.? Our two night camping trip cost us $50.00 for two nights as we had a camper and one tent. Friends didn't realize the per tent rule and let their children invite friends. They had to pay a whopping $30.00 per night for just tents. Second, there is one shower house for the entire campground. It is located next to the lodge that is rented out to groups and very close to the campground loop that does not allow tents. The loops that allow tents and RVs have luxurious vault toilets with one water spigot to use for any water needs. Not necessarily a complaint on that - just doesn't add any positive points to the park as a whole. Campground was loud with partying well into the early morning hours with our daughters being harassed by drunk men on their hike to the shower house before bed. Won't be back.…