We camped here Induction Weekend for 3 nights (got the last spot) and were very glad we did. Conveniently located to town but in a scenic, rural area. We didn't swim, but saw lots that did. Also has a historic site, Hyde Hall, as well as historic covered bridge.
We also really liked that it had a grill on each campsite and our daughter (3 yrs old) LOVED the small creek running through the middle of the campground.
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