Sandy Creek Park
|Last Price Paid:||$15|
Nikki would stay here again
“We had a great time!”
Reviewed Mar 17, 2018
Since we live super close to this park, we decided to check it out. $15/night is a bit much. I could understand $10 though. We camped in 2 tents (one in the back of our truck, and one on the ground).
PROS: We stayed at a fairly level site, and truck camped. We had a picnic table and grill, and weren't too far from the toilets for middle-of-the-night trips. People were fairly quiet, so no complaints there. Dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash. No real fresh water access-- I think I saw a water spigot somewhere in the park, but can't remember where. We were pretty close to a dumpster, so that was nice too. The reason you stay here is to swim in the lake-- there's a beach, sort of: it's rocks, but there is a roped-off area for swimming, and the water is nice and cold! Also, the campsites felt very safe because I saw the Sheriffs Dept drive by several times.
CONS: $15/night is expensive for no showers. There doesn't seem to be a park host or anyone at the front gate most of the time. They need a trash can for down by the beach, and to get the light working in the women's bathroom.
OVERALL: Had a great time! Would come again!
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