From the bloggers at Rolling in a RV.
This is a small campground that appears to get little use. Half of the sites are small and sloped with trees that have low hanging branches. The other half are fairly large and level without any obstacles.
The sites are close together without vegetation for privacy. Amenities include a playground and volley ball court. The campground sits on the lake edge but none of the sites have a view or access to the water.
Three of the sites near the restroom have gravel parking pads and gravel around the accessible tables. The parking pads and table areas are bordered with railroad ties. The pads are very narrow so it’s impossible for a wheelchair to past by a parked RV to gain access to the roadway.
Site 15, closest to the restroom, is marked as accessible and has electricity for people who need it for medical support devices such as sleep apnea machines or wheelchair batteries.
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