Overall a good park set among the pines and hills along Birch Lake. No true lakeside campsites but some with "lake view". Beware of sites 25 through 27 as they don't have gravel or a driveway...you either have to use your neighbors gravel drive to get in or out or go down a 3 foot drop to get to your site. A little tricky especially if you have a trailer with no clearance (like ours). For some reason the water was not turned on when we were there over the holiday weekend so no showers and no explanation when we asked. Also the staff is a bunch of highschool kids who were really no help at all, hence the low rating on hospitality. They were really only there to socialize with each other. They had a new playground, a beach, boat rentals and a lodge with dish tv and board games. Update...We visited again and this time rented a cabin for my inlaws to stay in. It was FILTHY. My mother-in-law had to clean it when we got there. It looked like it had not been cleaned all season. And this was a newer cabin. Also, promised a queen size bed and got a double. Save your money (they are not cheap) and DON'T rent a cabin. Apparently they are all like that. Also, restrooms are run down and old. Don't expect much there, either.
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