This park has a lot of pros and a lot of cons. It's a beautiful setting and wonderful to be right on the lake and have access to swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. The price is good and the staff are very friendly. On the other hand, the one women's shower has a broken bracket for a wand showerhead, so you have to either hold the wand the entire time or get tricky and pinch it between the wall and the foldup bench, and then you have water at your hips/stomach but at least you have both hands free for washing. This wouldn’t be an issue if there were sewer hookups and you could use your own shower. No dump station at the park either so be prepared to take it with you or drive over to Fisher’s Landing and pay $5 to dump there. The park is way off the beaten path which is nice for a quiet setting, but the last 3 miles or so is a rough gravel road. It gets old every time you want to go sightseeing or into town for essentials. They do have a general store and some essentials on site, which is helpful. But the store was often closed early or at random times during our stay. The RV sites are adequate but they are very tight. There's not a lot of privacy or personal space. The cabins look like they would be nice and you'd have more amenities that might make for a more private and pleasant experience.
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