We camp here several times a year. One of our favorite places. Pros: paved level spots. Big spots. Bike trail. The lake. Normally quiet. Cons: pit toliets on the loops, main bath house needs remodeled. State jacks up price during holidays. Overall four and a half stars.
Lovely park with many large sites. Some waterfront and water view sites. We were in a Class A RV so we did not use bathrooms or showers. The park is very level and is a great place for bicycling. I booked our site #16 several weeks in advance and was so excited that I was able to reserve a water view spot. When we arrived at the site we were very disappointed to find that the electricity did not work at the site. The camp host reassigned us to a site that had no view of the lake. It really seemed to not bother the camp host or the park ranger who came to question us about not having a reservation for the reassigned site.
Stayed in site 79 which is a large level back in on the point. Water on three sides of the site was awesome! Level paved site with 30amp electric. It was big enough to back our 29 foot fifth wheel and leave it hooked up to the truck. Park is nicely maintained and very quiet. Only about 5 miles of the main freeway with good roads to the park and well maintained roads and tree clearance. Camp host was helpful and friendly. Total price was $20. Plenty or well maintained walking/bike trails in the park. Didn't use the on site restrooms so I can't render an opinion on them.
Stopped here on a whim. Favorite spot so far. Huge park, beautiful views, great fishing, stay away during summer it crazy packed.
Great campsites; Private! Beautiful lakefront sites or treed sites. Very nice & good for biking
A beautiful park! Only stayed the night but definitely coming back. Clean, quiet. The campground host has been here 31 years and was one of the nicest people we've met in our travels. As we were checking in, we were watching several deer wandering around the campground. And a beautiful sunset over the lake to end the day!
Campsites for reserve america were big and shaded! Water was in the turn around at the end of the road, which we didnt see until we were in site already... Other than the family of racoons that tried to steal our dogs food at night it was a great stay. will be back!
We stayed at Wayne Fitz twice as one night stopovers on our way west and again on our return. Most sites are first come, first serve. But the sites on the Bay Area Loop are reservable. The sites are electric only (20/30/50) and very nicely spaced so that you are not on top of your neighbor. One site was not level, the other was. Each site is paved with picnic table and fire ring. The first night was mid-week in early June. The place was a ghost town. Our second stay was Sat,July 6th where it was packed. We were braced for a loud evening of music, drinking and no sleep for us. But it was just the opposite. Everyone was quiet and respectful of their neighbors. It s not far off the interstate and easy to get to. The problem? It s very difficult to find the campground within the park. On the main park road, look for a sign that says (I believe): Group A . That road takes you to the campground area. You ll pass the dump station, then the entrance to the Bay Area Loop will be on the right. You don t check in. Simply drive to your site and set up. There will be a card on a post with your reservation info. We never saw a park employee or host during our two stays. Would definitely stay there again!