We always try for a camping site on the water when we visit. Our kids love the ducks that will come right up to our site. We can put our kayaks in the water and leave them on the waters edge so they always ready to go. There are a ton of mini islands to visit, explore and swim around.... 更多
We stayed in Rowell Cove on site 5, which is a waterfront site. It was close to the toilets and water access. The toilets were outhouses basically. I think they are actually called pit toilets, but anyway, they were clean and there was no odor which was nice. No hookups at any sites but picnic tables and fire rings with... 更多
The day we went to the park it was raining. We were able to get out and walk around. The beach area was very nice, we saw a mother duck & her babies. The campground was nice & plenty of space between sites.
We spend two nights tent camping in Lily Bay State Park, and had an absolute blast! The lake is great, and is a very friendly environment for children as there is a swimming area, and a playground. The bathrooms on the loops are not so great, but they have a comfort station with hot showers that are free. Each stall... 更多
Such a wonderful state park with camping. Two different boat launch areas, great playgrounds, beaches for swimming, very helpful campground staff and after checking out of your campsite, you can still use the park until sunset! What a great deal. Family friendly, budget friendly, free showers, water, and latrines are near every group of campsites. Go and enjoy.
Had a wonderful time camping here! There are no hook-ups of any kind but they offer a dump station and water fill ups. A great comfort station for showers and washing dishes. Very spread out park, you MUST have a bike or cart or some sort of transportation. We only had our coach and stayed in Rowell Cove, made it... 更多