The main attraction here is the Pioneer Village with amazing grist mill. Also trails and caves. Lovely park! Camping is nice but a little run down. Sites range from Primitive to Electric with Water. Many are shaded but many are in full sun. Shady sites are often muddy. Bathrooms are old and not well maintained. We were in a 25' class A. Would go again. One of our favorite parks.
We stayed here while visiting family in the area. Campground is small and not easy to maneuver your RV in depending on size. We have a 34ft Class A with a toad and getting into our site was difficult(Site 90). Best to scout ahead for campsites if possible as they do vary in size. Some sites are muddy when it rains. 30amp electric at each site but water can be a problem as the spigots are few and far between. Some sites require 40 to 50ft of hose to connect. The Pioneer Village is a must! Overall the park is beautiful but not sure if we would stay in the campground again.
Was there a few days ago. Most sites are not very level. About half the sites are wooded the rest little shade. Site description (#109) said water hook up was 15' when it was closer to 60'. The Pioneer Village is a must see. We were there over Civil War weekend. Lots of re-enactors. Great experience.