|Daily||$40.00 - $40.00|
One of our favorite stops. Huge lake, a beach, each site has a pavilion, really nice sites that are mostly pull throughs and big rig friendly. Dry camp, 30 or 50 amp
$20.00 bucks for full hook ups, big park on lake. Not sure if 20 is offseason price I'm Here mid Oct., Some highway noise from the 15 but sure beats all the Walmart noise. Supplies close from a Pilot if you need anything. If you cruise this way check it out.
Always looking for cheap State Parks when I travel. Read that someone paid $20 a night for hookups and decided to check it out. The *actual* price in 2018 is $40 for full hookups (electric/water/sewage), $20 to dry camp. Pros: Facilities are great. Paved RV pads, some shade with extra tall trees, lota of space between sites, showers, clean bathrooms. Lots of pull through sites for larger rigs. Cons: Directly next to the freeway and the noise is loud, some sites are not level, you cannot see the lake from the campground, dumpsters are smelly if you end up next to one.