|The park sits above Winslow's reservoir created from Clear Creek.|
|The Tank's pull thru. The grill didn't have long to live.|
|Pull up campsites nearer the swimming area.|
Then there were three really nice and secluded campsites with a ramada covering the picnic table somewhat away from the site but all were occupied when I pulled in.
|If any of these are available jump on them!|
Fire ring: No
Water Access: Yes
Fresh Water: No
Trash Service: Yes
Toilets: Yes (flush)
Dump station: No
Level sites: Yes
Verizon reception: 4G, 3 bars
Internet reception: 3 barsCost: Free for up to 14 days
There is also a large day-use area with picnic tables and water access to Clear Creek on the other side of the creek from the camping area.
|McHood Park's day use area across Clear Creek.|
|The park boat launch into Clear Creek.|
I mentioned in the data sheet that there aren't electrical hookups at the park but there IS a dual electrical outlet in the bathroom that could be used to emergency charge a cell phone or other small electrical device.
It's a really nice camping experience at McHood Park and I would suppose that the part of May that I stayed there is normally the windy period and it's not like that the rest of the time so take that with a grain of salt. I've placed it on the "Will return" list on my camping database!
Thanks for reading!