This is a family favorite. We like the quaintness of the park. There are only 10 tent camping spots. There are over 40 rv spots, also.  

This is a dam released river. Some even kayak over the falls in higher levels. The rocky edge of the river is fun to walk through smaller waterfalls. Locals like to jump off of the waterfalls, and so do our boys. 

There are several swimming and playing areas down the river to the famous Twin Falls. You can access the Twin Falls from a road and a hike on the other side of the river.

Twin Falls with my boys 

Further down the river there is a beach area to swim at Center Hill Lake. The Caney Fork River flows into it.  You can rent canoes to go down the river. You can also rent pontoons for fun on the lake. We just take our kayaks to play up the river a bit in the small rapids and small waterfalls and the edge.   

Jeff and I love the Foglight Foodhouse for desserts and drinks. They have a waiting area out front with a bonfire which is nice to sit around and talk to others. It is a little expensive, so we haven't taken the boys or eaten a dinner there. It's well worth the romantic evening on the back balcony that over looks the river. 

Sites #55 is our favorite. It is big enough for our large 10x20 tent. But, every site is a great size for any tent. 

(There are ony 2 tents allowed per site. We have bought a larger one seen in the last picture)

There are plenty of trees to hang a hammock.

The sites have water and electricity, which is nice since we usually primitive and wilderness camp often.

{Lights and extension cord storage- I bought several Christmas lights and strung them together. I purchased an orange extension cord wrap to wrap the lights around for easy storage. I purchased a long extension cord, also. }

Now that I have written this I am ready to go back...

Now it's your turn!