We stayed here because we couldn’t get reservations for a full week at Blackwoods . We were happy it turned out that way because we really enjoyed our time at Seawall on “the Quiet Side”. We preferred the smaller towns here to Bar Harbor. Don’t...
This seems typical for northeast state parks: dry camping, mostly tents sites, and old but clean bathhouses with hot showers. At Beaver Pond, the RV sites we saw had almost no privacy. The site was an undefined grassy area with a picnic table and...
The previous reviews are spot on, so be sure to read them all. I’ll just note that the price we paid included $15 for a site, $5 nonresident fee and $7 reservation fee. The ranger on duty was extremely friendly and helpful. This must be one of the...
This campground is hard to rate. It would appear that they have been improving since the last review. People were using the pool, which looked nice and clean. There is also a playground, tennis courts, a basketball court, a volleyball court and a...
This campground provided exactly what we were looking for. The Greenway adjacent to the campground makes an easy bike ride or nice little walk (1.5 miles) to the water front in Burlington. A restaurant is right there, or you can hike up the hill...
This campground is right off I 80, but offers a quiet forest experience. Like most New Jersey state parks there are no hookups. We were a walk up and turned out to be the only ones in the campground that night! It’s a small campground. Most...
Compared to other state parks in the area, Golden Beach is right on Rt. 28, making it centrally located and easy to go in either direction to the small towns and area attractions. It is a large campground with a variety of sites. Some are level,...
Lots of campsites and lots to do here! There are a very few full hookup sites, with the rest being about half electric and half for dry camping. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Sites 103 -171 are deep in a forested area and were...
This was a quick overnight spot for us, but we were happy we chose it. We came as a late walk-in, but had a site across from the bath house on a hill with a lovely view. All the sites had a fire ring and picnic table. The bath house was very...
The campground is open year round but without water at the sites from Nov 1 through March 31, but showers and restrooms remain open. Rates increase during the Illinois State Fair in August. Security monitors the fairgrounds 24\7.
This was our...
"Typical National Park. Spend some time here on the “Quiet Side”."
"A little pricey for non-resident campers"
"Lots to like, but significant power problems"
"Nice location bumps this campground to 4 stars"
"Quiet night in the forest "
"Great base for exploring Central Adirondacks"
"Lots of families and lots to do here"
"Nice overnight; looks to be a great destination park"
"Reasonable price and convenient for visiting Abraham Lincoln sites"
"Typical lovely Army Corps of Engineer Campground"
"Beautiful setting, just too remote for us"
"Lovely setting. Needs road and campsite maintenance."
"Easy access to Mobile area"
"Nice campground for seeing Vicksburg"
"Good value for visiting Branson area"
"Good value to see Hannibal"
"Great base for visiting Galena"
"Loved our stay - best bathhouse ever!"
"A little disappointed, but maybe ours was an usual experience"
"Lots of friendly families and incredible hiking "
"Great hiking! Easy overnight from I 75. "
"A three star, but recommended nonetheless "
"Ditto on the other great reviews!"
"Lots to do, just wish it had more shade. "
"Best campsite setting for us so far!"
"Another state park that is "The Real Florida""
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