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Autrain Lake Campground


AuTrain Lake is the largest inland lake in the area. It is an 830 acre lake with a maximum depth of 30 feet and an average depth of 12 feet The large size of this lake provides miles of prime water skiing, boating, swimming, and fishing. Canoeing is also popular here on AuTrain Lake and the AuTrain River below the lake.


Tina Foote

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
When we checked in, we were given a campsite other than the one I had reserved. After several minutes of disagreeing and showing the confirmation, they admitted that they renumbered the sites since my reservation. We were given a different campsite. We did not know until we checked in that you are not allowed to take your vehicle to your campsite. Small garden carts are provided for you to lug all your camping gear to your campsite from the parking lot. It took us 5 trips on uneven terrain that was wood chips and some of it was pure sand. The temperature was 91 degrees and it was very muggy. This was not pleasant at all. They had gator tractors that young men were running around with but do you think they offered even once to help to our stuff to the campsite? Nope! I suggested that they put this information on their website so people aren't surprised and what about people with disabilities that wouldn't be able to lug their stuff to their campsite? They just shrugged and had no response. Also, the map on their website is not accurate. Campsites are much closer than they appear. In the tent section, it looks like a tent city with tents just an arms reach away from each other. There was trash left on our campsite, the place for the tent was not even, and the charcoal grill on our site was only about 6 inches off the ground. I was very disappointed and we ended up leaving that same night. This is not a campground that I would go back to nor would I recommend.

Andrea Foley

Monday, July 16, 2018
Clean nice set up good price Only issue is there is no noise control between 10pm-2am

Roger Walker

Sunday, July 1, 2018
Vault toilets, but very clean. No showers. Delicious drinking water. Very close to the North Country trail, if you are looking for a hike that's longer than the 2 mile trail at the campground.

Steven Lorenz

Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017
The host (Brenda) was very friendly and called us over to a recently departed site to give us some firewood they left over. Sites were very secluded and well kept. Outhouses were in better shape than most are, which is always appreciated.

Mr. HJ

Monday, July 10, 2017
Nice secluded campground on a fishing lake. No drinking water available, pit toilets.

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