Where the campground is nice, you are actually camping in the woods (with trees) unlike some other campgrounds, the beach is beautiful and private and lots of hiking and bike trails. There was some oddities that made this campground not one of my favorite state parks
NO alcohol permitted~ so if you are the type that likes to have a few drinks after the kids go to bed or are planning a weekend with friends this is not the place for you, Now i did not see anyone driving around enforcing this rule but i have not had to snick a drink for 15 years and would rather not start again
A lot of the lots were covered in gravel. This made no sense to me. Who wants to pitch a tent or hang out on gravel. I spent over a hour racking away a place for my son to sit a play on the ground without having to worry about him getting hurt on the gravel. And trying to dodge the gravel lots are like playing Russian roulette. There spread out and there’s no way to know before booking if you’re getting one of them.
The beach is a bit of a hike up and down sand. So hauling your children and all their things can be exhausting
And when booking STAY AWAY from the bridge leading to the playground. It a magnet to the kids and is VERY noisy. Now i do not mind the kids at all but you will not have a moment of silence till it goes dark to relax and read or take naps. It’s not happening at the sites around that bridge and creek
I would probably go back to this park because it was pretty but i think i would like to try other in the area before I do.
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