Went to Mother Neff for the weekend. All and all we had a good trip. It was a very nice park, and was really far away from any towns or anything busy. It is a very well maintained park, trails are well groomed and the map is spot on to the trails, the natural scenic areas are easy to access and are clean and clear. All and all it's a great park and we had a great time! I would say that it is not a summer park for families toting kids around that like to swim, but it would be a blast to go back to in the fall. I highly recommend that anybody visiting the park take a cruise West out old river road, it's gorgeous (it leaves right out the park and is a great drive)!
Friday night when we got there. Try to get there early enough to get a good shaded site, there is only about 6 rv sites right now. Right now the park is under some construction (not that you will notice it's in a different area of the park than camping), to add more sites.
I took the kids on a hike that ended at the cave while my wife and the other couple we were camping with stayed back and cooked dinner.
The wash hole. It was kind of cool, but it made the kids really want to swim however the wash hole is not swimming hole. It wouldn't be safe do to the stagnant water, and snakes that lived in it.
In the corner of the wash hole was a little snake resting on a rock. Behind the snake was a nest with eggs. I don't know if you can see the snake in this picture.
We took a drive down old river road and along our way we came across this old wooden bridge. All the planks were wood. It was really cool and the kids thought it was awesome!
My 6 year old daughter who is just learning to read already knows how to find a play ground on the map. I literally had no idea there was a play ground till a couple hours after we got there my daughter came up to me saying "Theres a play ground, theres a play ground" and pointed it out to me on the map! It's a cool play ground cuz it's old school with the taller swings and the metal slide. I liked it cuz I reminisced and the kids liked it cuz it was different that the safety plastic crap
their schools have now.