“up to 199 electric sites”
The park has 199 electric sites in 4 areas, Prairie View, White Oak, Plum Grove and Stag Horn and 55 non-electric site in our Hickory Hills area. There are two shower houses with flush toilets centrally located in the campground. The shower house in Plumb Grove is open year round.A camp store is located in the center of the campground, near the Plum Grove camping area. They carry ice, firewood, ice cream, coffee, snacks, and other sundry or grocery items. Hours of operations are posted at the camp store or in a brochure given to campers when they register.We have an equestrian camping area with primitive camping without showers and electricity. This area has maximum area capacity of 40 people.
Facilities were filthy and the campers ignorant of the posted quiet hours. I've stayed in much nicer state parks. What a disappointment.
I went camping here July of 2017. I have a tent so I reserved one of the electric free sites away from the showers because they were cheaper and they were closer to the lake. It was only after I went down to my spot that I realized that the sites are very close to one another fire pits are probably 25ft apart; we were also able to hear everything going on at the youth camp next door all night. Also the bathrooms were atrocious, they smelt awful and had swarms of flies the only decent ones were the showers but even those were crowed. The park itself was fine and pretty enough, but the lake was not open to the public and looked pretty gross as well. Over all not the best campsite I've been to. The staff and the rest of the grounds are the only reason this place gets 2 stars.
This park is very nice , the lake is beautiful I stayed here in February 2017 for a couple weeks for work on and off. The camp site is open but don't go in the state park after hours the park closes at 5pm there are 3 cops that sit in this bitch all night and bust people the first night I got busted and written a ticket for 120$ mind this was my first time , every night after that I had an encounter with them you have to drive threw the state park to get to the camp ground ....
many hiking trails, Lake Pierce is good fishing,but dirty, polluted, and campground is overcrowded and filthy.
It's a decent little place with a good amount of hiking around the lake. Went on a three-day weekend with a big group and had enough to do. There's nothing fancy about the place and one of the rangers was nasty to my group. Not supposed to burn wood from the ground, but will be fine if you aren't too obvious.
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