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The state park and campground is beautiful. Campsites are huge with manicured grass and level paved pad. Price didnt break the bank like most camping resorts.
We saw more fireflies last night than I can recall seeing at one time. Deer wonder around and seem...More
We stayed here over a weekend and would come back to camp here again.
We had a spot close to the lake and for the most part it was level. The park has a lot of different activities beyond the lake like bike trails and...More
Lovely warm & sunny days spent ambling round he park campsite and chatting to the most gracious and kind of all campsite hosts- the Grandma of the Campground. Saw deer and about a dozen wild Turkeys. The park is closing slowly for winter so only...More
Camped here last weekend with a group. Nice level, wooded sites. Only drawback is that there is only electrical hookups. No water or sewer, but the dump station was easy to get in and out of when we left. We experienced a lot of bugs,...More
Because we were traveling from Atlanta to Benton, IL and would arrive late, we made reservations on line for camping in Wayne Fitzgerrel State Park. We picked a site near the restroom (we both get up at night). When we arrived the sign on the...More
This area of Rend Lake is our favorite to camp at. Nice clean campground with a lot of nice level large campsites. Lots of shady campsites and spots by the water. The bike trails and shelters are nice also.
Only drawbacks are no full hookups,...More
We took our 2 sons camping her for the weekend. We loved riding the bike trails but I will say I like the trails at South and North Sandusky campgrounds better as those are paved and these were gravel. However, along our bike rides we...More
We were looking for an easy less then an hour hike on our way north from shawnee national forest and decided to try Rend Lake. We found a loop bike trail just past the office off of the entrance from route 154. This was before...More