Beautiful park. Very woodsy and scenic. Nice lake for fishing and birdwatching. Campgrounds were deserted during our visit. Camp hosts are very nice and helpful. Fantastic covered bridge that had us worried our rid would not be able to use, but it was no problem. Most of the sites are wooded but there is a small loop of open sites near the playground. Restaurant and concessions will open mid April. Be sure to stock up in the small town of Morrison if you need anything. There are plenty of horse trails which you can use. Wish it had water or sewer but there is a dump site. Will be sure to visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground, camp here several times a year, beautiful lake to fish in several species, several trails for the family fun weekend getaways..dump/fill stations on site, several restrooms, couple shower houses. Small restaurant by lake to eat with great food. Great place to stay. Area had a bad problem with mosquitoes in fall of 09 hopefully clears out for 2010. I highly recommend this place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Morrison-Rockwood is first-come, first-serve state park; they do not take reservations. It is very woodsy with trees/shrubs between ample sized campsites, although sites 56-64 are more "park like" and in the open. There are a couple pull-through sites and some 50 Amps spread throughout the campground. They have a nice, small lake for boating (limit on engine size), but no swimming available. There is electric at every site. There is one shower house for the whole campground but sufficient outhouses throughout the campground. The playground for children is located at the end of one of the loops (with the "park-like" setting). There are 3 camp hosts at the park and they are in the process of cracking down on violators, so the park is very quiet even when full. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.