We have stayed at Big Lagoon State Park on 3 separate occasions. Some of the campsites are really nice; others, not so much. If you are going to stay here be sure to make early reservations during peak times. We have a 32' fifth wheel that fit on a site rated for 30'. Some of the sites are rated larger than what I think they would hold easily. Some are more tent friendly than others. The Southernmost side of the campground has the most shade and privacy between sites, while the Northern side will hold the bigger camping rigs. One of the nice things about the reservation system is that it will allow you to see photos of each site. You can also observe the campground using Google Earth to get an idea. Reserve early and get a site the meet your needs. It's a short trip to Johnson Beach which is better than the swimming in the park side of the lagoon. Nice playgrounds for the kids and friendly camp hosts. No sewer hook-ups, but at $20 a night it is a bargain.
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