Traveling through the area and always prefer state parks so we thought we would try it here. It was so worth the three miles off interstate. It’s quite and smells like a pine forest. Cranking up the grill and music to shake off the road.
We are 1 of 2 campers here. Husband is out in kayak, I am reading. A/C is working. What is not to love?
Ok place, dirt sites, bathroom dated but had hot showers 18 bucks ...only a few campers here on a Saturday night about 3 miles off highway .... Good place for a quick over night stay
Make a left and go to the visitors center for day use parking (room to park RV) and stroll around the ponds. There is an artesian well over 100 years old that people still fill from. Swimming hole, picnic tables, benches, and trails galore. Free / donation. The CG has two sandy heavily treed loops. The first one has back in sites and the second loop is the horse area with mostly pull throughs. Elec / water only with dump on the way out ($10 if not camping). Some will accommodate larger rigs...ask rangers for suggestions, they are super helpful. *Check out the Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden in town. Brilliant!
Nice, quiet park very close to I20. Dirt roads need maintenance due to a lot of recent rains . Trails available that appear to cater to horse back riding.