We stayed here for a week at different spots in the campground. The water view spots are the best. Very quiet here and clean bathrooms.
This is a very nice state park. Stayed here one night to see if we would stay again in the future. I would definitely stay here again. We had no problem with our truck camper. I saw many trailers that were squeezed into a spot.
Visiting the Everglades, we decided to stay at Long Pine Campground. Dry camping and only but so peaceful.
Bathrooms are not the best. They have solar showers so if you wait until later in the day to take one, it might be a little chilly.
This was one of the best State Parks we have stayed at. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Didn’t like having to pay $1.00 for a 4 minute shower. Nice trails, however, they seemed more for mountain biking than hiking.
Nice campground for our needs. We did a lot of hiking in the Porcupine Mountains.
This is a nice rv park. They are doing some renovations but nothing that would interfere with your stay. Close to Red River Gorge hiking.
This campground is in a great location to Smoky Mountain National Park. There were some nice spacious sites! Ours wasn’t one of them. We happened to be squeezed in between 2 people that liked to smoke and have fires all day. It was on the river...
This was a very quiet campground with plenty of space between sights.
Stopped here to explore Lake Charles on our way to Houston. Nice quiet rv park.
"Nice, Quiet Campground."
"Nice Campground Close To The River And Porcupine Mountains."
"Nice clean, quiet campground "