On this trip, we stayed at site #16. Like most of the sites here, there is ample room between the sites.
Enid Lake is known for its crappie fishing and since we got a new boat this year, we scouted out some of the boat ramps around the lake. McCurdy Point is theboat ramp behind the ranger station. It has a large fish cleaning station and a floating dock.
The company picnic was held at one of the group shelters below the dam. It was a great picnic with a live band, bouncies for the kids, corn hole games, bingo, homemade ice cream, a cake walk and a petting zoo.
Regular price is $20 per night for full hookups (elec, water, sewer). There is a dump station and 2 bath house buildings. Some of the sites are reserveable and some are first-come, first-served. There is an information island in the campground that is updated with available sites for campers without a reservation.
We really like this campground and will most certainly be back in the future.