Cave is great, but the campground is disappointing. The area does flood in high water, but I wish the state would develop the ground on the hills near the cave with nice 2 bedroom one bath cabins with bbq grill, covered porch with table and fire pits with picnic table outside each unit. It is sad to see other states with far better camping lodging, and campground cabins should have bathrooms. Outpost cabins are great too, but would be better with bathrooms. This park is under developed, and could be a state gold mine, but I never want to see motel lodging here like they did at Echo Bluff. Our state needs updated furnished and equipped rustic cabins with fire pits at each cabin and tables and bbq grills and small covered porches in the event of rain. Ideally cabins with larger windows to connect the interior and outdoors. Would love to see the hillside of this park developed as such. Would be cool to have some state A frame cabins too.
For now, this campground has nice pavilion and bathrooms but I don’t like the campgrounds much at all. The highlights are river access with a popular floating company across the river and of course...the park has an amazing cave with a couple tour options:)
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