Clean. Decent size lots. People are friendly. You're in a state park so very natural if we were not driving through we would have stayed longer to do more activities.
We were only passing through but enjoyed our stay. We were sent to an overflow section over the bridge in the park but it was just fine for one night. There was a car show earlier in the day so there was a bit of traffic. We hope to make it back for a more lengthy stay someday.
They advertise wifi. But unless you are close to front, (maybe the 1st row only) you cannot connect. Too pricey for the amenities they have. Front camping area needs grass and weeds cut. One of the washing machine has been broke. It is a safe place to stay though.
This campground has pull throughs but each of them has two trees at each end, and little if any room to put slides out. The roads are narrow making turns very difficult with a toad. Bathrooms were horrible, but the campground is quiet and patrolled by park rangers who live in the campground. If you have a small rig it's cheap for a night $22.00 for W&E. Otherwise steer clear!
We stayed here 2 nights , lots of trees, nice people.. Brian the park Manager was very nice..
We only spent a day here on our way to visit family. It truly is a historical park with a store, cabins, museum, historical homes, an ironworks factory that was destroyed during the Civil War,etc. In addition, there are hiking trails and even a HUGE flea market on weekends. Sites are okay, nothing special IMO although the scenario is great. We will come back and stay a week!
Nice park wish they could reopen the resturant i think it was a great addition when it was open
As a first time 5th wheel hauler, this was a great experience! We were greeted by two of the campground’s onsite police officers, who both were extremely friendly and welcoming. One officer hopped in his truck and guided us to a spot. It was a pull through and perfectly sized, and certainly not cramped (again, as a first time hauler after a long day of driving, this was very helpful) with more than enough room for the slide. He showed us all of our hookups and let us know he’d be patrolling till 10, and after that we could find him at his trailer a couple spots down if we needed anything. It’s a shame we were just passing through, I would’ve stayed a week if I could!!
An amazing State Park with a wealth of circa 1800’s historical buildings and cabins and of course the Civil War era furnace which is an impressive structure to say the least. Numerous trails for biking and hiking. The campground is situated along a gentle creek. Most are wooded sites offering pleasant shade. Sites are gravel and fairly level ranging in various sizes. Bigger rigs would be more limited to pull through sites as the back-in sites along the creek are smaller accommodating 30 feet or less. Hook ups are well positioned and easily reached. Bathhouse is older but large and very clean, numerous showers, plentiful hot water. Has laundry facility at the bathhouse. This is a first come first serve campground, we arrive on a Wednesday and most of the FHU sites were already occupied. W/E sites less so. I expect weekends this place would be completely full. A great ice cream shop opens in the evening. No WiFi but you would not want it, this place is too beautiful to spend time on the internet. Verizon had 1 bar and no data service available. For the historical experience visit the Foundry and furnace and definitely go see the grist mill and pioneer village. Great place to bicycle around.
Registration open until 10:00pm. $25 a day for up to 4 people for power/water. $30 power/water/sewer. SUPER quiet at night. Secuirty onsite. Well stocked camp store. Pull through & back in sites. Lots to look at since it's a historic park.