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Lovely campground. Great showers, but the toilet side of the bathroom needs work/cleaning. A bike would be a great thing to have as the camp is huge. The lake was closed, look foreward to going back o... more »
I like Prado because it is near where I live. I gave it a three because the lake is empty this year, they are repairing it. The trailer sites are roomy and some sites are larger. Full hookups at each ... more »
Late arrives will find the number on the sign does not go anywhere. Gate code is needed after hours. Showers were marginal, ground were well kept. Not bad for a camp site, but definitely needed to cle... more »
Nice quiet place to enjoy with your family. Tons of things to do. Me and my kids had good times. Nature's beauty at it's best. I will be going back for sure. Loved it. 👍
I've been to Prado Park fishing no luck. Recent Spartan Race in January of 2018 really nice. And a fun mud race for St Jude's Hospital fundraiser in March of 2018. The park is a good backdrop for the racing.
Camp sites are good. Nothing to exciting about them. Hood place to camp. Tent, RV , trailer whatever you hot. Lake is fun to fish. I brought out my boat to fish. I believe the maximum length on boat allowed is 8 feet. The one true negative things about this place. Is the time your allowed to fish. It's to late. That is the only thing that bothers me.
While the park is absolutely beautiful, with plenty of space to walk and explore, their camping activities can leave one rather disappointed for the 40 dollar camping fee and 7 dollar reservation fee. That said, for those who just want a taste of the outdoors, the in/out privileges combined with the closeness to civilization means that if items are forgotten on the way, a camper can head back quickly without ruining the night, and if things go south for anyone new to camping, they can bail without too much loss.
Friendly staff. Nice lake. We lived the campgrounds. The horseback riding facility is really nice and Serena was so nice with tour she gave us.
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