Riverside campsites are improved with firepits and picnic tables. The campground has one vault toilet but there is no electricity or potable water.
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Pretty spot and free camping. All campsites are on the water. The park is split into day-use sites to the right, and camping sites to the left. Kinda annoying they don’t allow camping on the day-use side since they’re better spots. Camping sites are a bit close together but offer a picnic table and fire pit. The park is about a mile and a half down a compact dirt road. Stayed one night to visit providence canyon SP.Report Check-In
Very laid back place and very pretty. Definitely primitive camping. Lots of bugs, watch out for ticks in the leafy areas! Washboard roads after the rain. Vault toilet but stays mostly clean and ranger keeps it up to date. Camp host is very nice, ask any questions you may need! Definitely recommend checking this place out 😊Report Check-In
Like others said, free camping with table and fire ring.
Only 4 other campers here. About 20 or so parking spots in all most all right on the water. Quiet.
2 bars of VerizonReport Check-In
Stayed one night. Majority of spots were occupied by 5 pm. One person was running a generator otherwise was quite and not too buggy.Report Check-In
Even for car camping it was peaceful and felt safe. There were other car campers as well as rvs and van life people. there is a water spigot but it has a sign that it's not regulated and should be sanitized for drinking. I used it to wash my dishes. Pit toilet and surprisingly great service.Report Check-In
Beautiful and peaceful designated campground right next to the river. It is free of charge!! Arrived on a Saturday afternoon and there were a few spots left. Picnic tables, fire rings, and trashcans throughout and a pit toilet. No other services. Fairly decent internet service.Report Check-In
This place is amazing!! Came in yesterday around 3pm, only 2 other campers here so plenty of space. We didn’t look for any facilities just used our own so I’m not sure about that but it’s so peaceful, quiet, and safe we will definitely be returning. And can’t beat the fact that it’s free! Fire pits, picnic tables, trash cans, wildlife views. Incredible place. We stayed here last night to hike the canyons today.Report Check-In
Free overnight camp sites by the river with picnic tables, trash cans, and pit toilets. Only a couple spots left when we arrived on a Wednesday afternoon. Bad cell service.Report Check-In
Came in on a Tuesday and didn't have any problems finding a spot. Once Thursday hit the campsite was full and both Friday/Saturday someone parked behind us after dark. Really nice place, meet since great people and would definitely come back.Report Check-In
Nice spot, however after talking with the camp host it sounds like this place gets a lot busier than it used to be. Pulled in at 11am on a Saturday in March and we struggled to find a spot to park, it did thin out mid afternoon, some people only here for the day. Definitely not big rig friendly. Seems ideal for tents or smaller vans. Lots of people here to fish though I didn’t see anyone catch anythingReport Check-In
Excellent spot. Dark and quiet. Camper van and 5 th wheel parked not too far away. Picnic table and level site. Internet signal spotty.Report Check-In
Absolutely beautiful place! When I arrived it wasn't very busy, I had one of the first spots and was never bothered by anyone. there were maybe 4 or 5 others bit they only stayed one or two nights. There are some basic toilets (more like a porta potty), theres no water.Report Check-In
This is a great quiet place. 2 other campers (looks like they are here for a bit) far away. Probably a dozen open sites and we are here on a Saturday night before hiking Providence Canyon which is about ten miles away. Fire rings, picnic tables and views of the river.Report Check-In
Great free spot. All the front river spots were taken so we drove around to the end of the campground and found a spot with a little path to the water. Set up a tent and didn’t have an issues. Lots of wildlife here. We could here gators croaking and moving around all night.
Not much in the way of amenities but we did have a picnic table and fire pit. We drove to providence canyon for a hike in the morning.
Several tent and RV sites along the river adjacent to a boat ramp and parking. Also several large picnic areas by the scenic river. Most camps are quite close together, but did fill up on weekend. Some duck hunting by boats on the river. Numbers of birds near culdesac where we stayed adjacent. No road noise, quiet after dark. Trash cans numerous and regularly emptied.
The road into the park from the main highway is 1 1/2 miles one-way hard clay but park itself is all paved, good road. Traveling the clay road when wet might be problematic.
Had Atlanta TV and weak-but-useable T-Mobile.
Enjoyed our stay.
Clean quiet campground picnic areas and boat launch. A peaceful setting along a creekReport Check-In
Nice area along the water. Quite a few spots. No one one was around when I was their. Pit toilets are very old and was fairly buggy but the view along the water was unique.Report Check-In
Nice place, absolutely alone. Don`t miss out on it. With Boatramp. Free.
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