The campground at Falling Waters State Recreation Area (SRA), or State Park, depending upon to whom you listen, is set in a woodsy environment. The campground road is old but it's fine. Let's just say it has a little character. It's a little narrow, however. Except for the Accessible sites which have concrete pads the campsites themselves are sandy and in many you'll be quite close to your neighbors. Some sites are too small for RVs. Others, according to data on ReserveAmerica can handle rigs to 45'. It feels a little closed-in here. The campground is nice enough, it's lovely in fact, but having just come from Gunter Hill
it was a little bit of a let down, but most places would be after having just been at Gunter Hill.
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