Awesome place. The staff are friendly and it's right on the river.
My friend and I went fishing here yesterday. We each caught several smallmouth bass. All of mine were very small but 3 of the 8 he caught were big enough to keep.
We drove 2 hours to camp, turned around and went home. Sadly the pictures on their website are inaccurate. They depicted a spacious atmosphere with room for a canopy. The space was so incredibly small that you could have a conversation in your low voice with all 7 other sites and every would be able to hear you. Man were we bummed. Their pics show the river being full of water and there were only dry rocks. I know its not their fault the water is low, but they seriously need to reconsider the photos on the site and explain in detail the truth about the "campground". The staff (Mark and Shane) were extremely kind.
It's a small, cramped, very tight RV campground that is a bit seedy and run down. To call this a "resort" campground by anyone's definition would be a big stretch. About half of the sites are taken by full-timers which, of course limits your choices AND while right on the bank of the river, it's also literally feet off hwy 38 so there's no getting away from the sound of full-speed traffic zipping by (many of which are big trucks) though it is mitigated to a degree by the everpresent sound of the rapids. Now to be fair, if you're a hardcore fisherman and don't care about amenities this is a little slice of heaven. On the other hand, if you stay in parks FOR the amenities steer shy of this place. It's very affordable, the area is pretty and I didn't meet a single unfriendly person. NOTE: This Is Not a Place for Families With Small Kids! The river is very dangerous and will sweep your kids away in the blink of an eye! Use caution
It was amazing the owners are hella nice and i Caught a 12" fish with me hands.. exept the part when i stayed out in the sun too long... make sure to wear sun block😑