are a total of 66 sites for RVers, and 24 tents-only sites.
Loop - Site 13: This looks like the best site in the loop
to me - it's really spacious and is just up a short trip from the
water (barely seen here to the left). The Tilton family I met here
agree - see their remarks in Camper
Comments. Due to the direction the Direcway satellite must be
pointed here, I don't think you can get satellite TV due to the
the things they mentioned that they really liked was the easy access
to the water, for both people and boats. This spot is right below
their campsite and just across the road from mine.
Loop - Site 14: This was my home for Labor Day Weekend -
I really liked the spaciousness of the sites and the only problem
I had was with the noise coming from the exhaust fan at the bathhouse
to the right. I wish they could come up with something quieter,
but I suppose that helps keep the bathhouses fresh smelling - they
sure were clean! I met Sue, head of housekeeping, and I could tell
she was serious about doing her job and doing it well.
right across the street from my site made up for a lot, though.
My Verizon aircard and cell phone worked from this site, but the
trees prevented getting a Direcway satellite TV signal. When Deborah
at the Visitor's Center told me that she knew for sure site #80
in Area C got satellite reception, I decided to move there - it
gave me the chance to see the park from another perspective, anyway.
C - Site 80: I liked this site and did get the best TV reception
ever - only trade off was that the 1/2 mile move down the hill took
me out of cell phone and aircard range. One of those - "I shoulda
checked that out first" kinda things. Gypsy
and I enjoyed this view for one night, though. (For those who have
not yet met my favorite traveling companion of about 5 months now,
she's the best traveling kitty I ever imagined!) Then I took my
trusty compass back to Area A and found the perfect site for me,
vacant by now. You'll see it below. This area is also neat because
some had decks by the sites. See Camper
Comments for a pic of that site view (#79).
A - Site 26: Here I had it all - a lovely yard in the woods
with a hole in the trees in just the right spot so I could get satellite
TV, as well as internet access and cell phone service. I could still
see the water sparkling through the trees and it was a short walk
down to the lake. All in all, I liked Area A the best - not only
because of the 50 amps and full hookups, but I liked the way the
sites were situated better. They're laid out in such a way that
you're not looking directly at your neighbor, like you see below
in Area D.
D - Sites 92 & 93: That's the full service marina
you see through the two sites. There is a variety of watercraft
you can rent here during your stay. Don't miss the Sunset
Area A - 40 sites, all
with full hookups and 50 amps. This loop just recently opened after
being totally redesigned. Rates are $25.50/night.
Area B - 24 sites for
tenters, no hookups at $9/night.
Area C - 13 sites, all
with water & 30 amps at the site, but no sewer hookups. The
6 lakefront ones are $19 and the woodsy views are $17.50/night.
Area D - 13 sites with
same amenities as Area C. Only site #93 is classified as lakefront
at $19; all others are $17.50/night.