We have been here many times, it's only 45 minutes from home.
The sites are all large and the campground is well kept.
The loud campers are non existent. Nice.
We have a tent trailer so we now go for the power sites.
A little pricey to camp today though, it was almost $90 for the 2 nights.
$6 for each day for the res, and $8 a day for power.
The showers are free though, and of course wood is not free anymore so you must buy or supply your own, the latter is what we do.
The lake is beautiful, but always a little windy.
Watch the kids and poor swimmers as there is no lifeguard and the lake drops off just off the shore very steeply and has claimed several lifes.
There are 2 flots to swim to and take in the sun.
The swimming area is roped off and no power boats are allowed.Nice.
There is a nice beach across the lake that is accesible for all campers.
The best thing I found this year is they replaced the horrible old play ground with a new one that looks like a tree fort, and they built a large, and really fun bike track for kids. My kids loved the bike track the most.
Weekends are very busy and for the rest of the summer it will be a battle to get a spot to camp.
The is a nicely rated camp site called ":Paradise Valley Campground" 8 kilometers away. $35.00 per night with power and no res. fee.
Hope this helps.
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