The Regional Park offers 11 miles of trails, lots of picnic sites, a Nature Center and a playground. Horseback riding is also available and two of the campsites have small corrals if you want to bring your own horse.
We had site #17. This site is adjacent to the restroom, which faces away from our site. It was a nice, big site, the only drawback being there was no shade and we got the afternoon sun. Since the other side of the rig was right on the road, we weren't able to sit outside in the afternoons when it was hot unless we wanted to sit in the street. We had a decent Verizon signal during our stay.
Since it's such a small campground and far from the local highway it is very quiet here day and night.
Many of the sites here, though large and well separated from the neighbors, seemed wide open and not too private. This may be because the shrubs are smaller and lower to the ground here and there are fewer trees in the campground compared to our last stop at Lost Dutchman. I thought the best sites were 2, 4, 6, and 8. These four sites had afternoon shade and trees closer to the site for a more private feel. Take a good look at a satellite map when making your reservation because a couple of pairs of sites have adjacent sitting areas making them ideal for folks camping with other people, but no privacy if you want to be alone.
|Site #17, That's the restroom building behind us.|
|Site #17 from the other direction.|
Our sitting area was huge but had no shade until the sun was almost down.
|Rosie casts a late afternoon shadow.|