Reviews for Killen State Park

By user-5798041... on 2017-10-23.

Very nice park with trees,water for shower just warm, enjoyed our visit

| Typical State Park

By anonymous-user on 2017-10-23.

Water and electric, no sewer, no WIFI. Lots of mosquitos. Bathrooms not great.

| Not our style

By user-5807208... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-10-14 to 2016-10-16

We were on Loop B, site 3, which backs up to Loop C. We were but a few feet from our Loop C neighbors. They were with people that were on Loop B and were continually cutting through our campsite and laughing about how it upset our dogs. But that is not the fault of the campsite. It's just rude people. Though, we asked an employee how to get to the pond trail he told us to walk through a campsite and we would find it. We didn't go that way. The campsites are much to close together for our liking. It's hard to tell where one site stops and another one starts. Our fire ring was behind a tree. The site we were in was easy enough to back in to and very level. We hike the 2.6 mile pond trail which was very nice and dog friendly.

| Great spot!

By user-5018991... on 2018-03-14. Stayed 2017-11-11 to 2017-11-12

Stopped in for a overnight.... camp office was closed but able to call and get a spot ... friendly people. Nice nature trail around the lake. Would definitely stay again

| Classic state park woodsy and quiet

By user-5835422... on 2018-05-17.

Spacious wooded very quiet site which fits an RV and tent pad and truck comfortably. Water and electric no sewer. 4 stars only for lack of sewer. Who needs WiFi when you are camping? Woods have a ton of trees, great hiking and good fishing. Geocaches nearby. We didn’t know to buy firewood from the camp hosts so drove around the area looking for a while. Can’t comment on the bath houses as we didn’t go. Neighbors were kind, nice folks. Beautiful wooded site we will go back to again and again.

| Killens State Park

By user-5696521... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-08 to 2018-06-15

LOVE this family oriented State Park. Fishing is great, plus water park is wonderful for the kids, trails for hiking, beautiful green canopy, sites are clean spacious and comfortable. Kollens is an emerald jewel in the middle of Delaware.

| Good Enough

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-07-23 to 2019-07-24

There is not much campground choice in this area, so this will do. Rates increase in summer peak, and increase again on weekends. Out of state folk pay even more again! The sites are in loops, which are in the woods and quite dark, but cool on a hot day. Loop roads are gravel and sites are sand. Quite tight spacing for a State Park campground; be prepared to "enjoy" your neighbors campfire! No wood collection permitted here, so lots of debris, that would have been burned by campers, is lying around. As previously mentioned, only one bathhouse to serve all loops, so get in early for a warm shower. Small cubicles with no bench and only one hook; take a folding step to put your stuff on. Water flow is is controlled by push button; a push every 15 seconds is required. All in all, compared with other nearby State's parks, there is about $25 per night value here. Even though provided by the State for the recreation of the people, they are blatantly cashing in on a captive market.