There are a total of 96 sites in 3 separate campgrounds. There are some double sites for those traveling together wanting closeness, and several large pull-throughs.
Area A (South Campground) (41 sites) – Water & electric only. 5 sites here (#31-35) have 50 amp service.
Area B (West Campground) (24 sites) – Recently renovated with all sites having full hookups and 50 amp service.
Area C (North Campground) (31 sites) – If you have a horse, he can stay in the horse stalls in the open area between the sites. Water and 30 amp service to all sites.
Area A – (South Campground) – #32
This is one of the double sites that has 50 amp service. Not only is this site long enough for even the largest rigs, it has a gravel pad where a tent can be pitched, and a picnic table.
Area B – (West Campground) – #54 (Me)
These 24 sites were renovated this year with full hookups and 50 amps. The deck and picnic areas are really nice amenities and I really enjoyed this site. It took me a while to get satellite TV, but I finally found the “sweet spot” between the trees. Verizon cell phone and aircard were a bit temperamental with low signals, but I was able to surf and talk well enough.
Site B-47 unoccupied shows the layout better and how some sites are tiered.
Further down the road from me, look at the space between these sites (#51 & #52). I appreciated this one little tree giving a preview of the big fall leaf show soon to come.
Around the bend of the loop, you can walk down to a pretty swim beach on Lake Dunn.
Area C – (North Campground) – #95
The campsites are nicely laid out in a loop around a large grassy area where the stables are located.
There are 66 horse stalls for rent equipped with water, electric and ceiling fans. There are 25 miles of horse trails that begin from this loop. What fun it must be to camp with your own horse!
Malia’s 2 cents: Not only do I admit to loving having full hookups again while here, I really enjoyed this campground – I loved being on top of the ridge with the sound of the leaves rustling in the breeze and the sights and sounds of colorful songbirds and woodpeckers flitting through the trees. The fall colors are not quite here yet, but with the many hardwoods abounding throughout the park, I’ve been told it is one truly amazing show.
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