My wife and I camped here in a travel trailer 22-29 March 2013. This is a quiet,beautiful well maintained park. The camp sites are spacious and most have a lake view. There are some great hiking trails. One must hike trail is the Falls Branch Trail which leads to a beautiful waterfall. Also be sure to go to Garvin Woodland Gardens which is only about 15 minutes from the park. Two campsites to avoid --Site 12 is located near the crest of a hill and you have to back over the crest to get into the site which means you are backing blind for the approach.
Site 54 has a rather steep entry/exit and if your RV has a very long overhang you will drag. There are several long gouges in the pavement to testify to this. Wonderful park-you will enjoy it.
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