I have added the names of the campground loops to this map to help you find your way around the campground. The campsite numbers start in Trout Landing then progress in a counter clockwise direction around the lake. So Trout Landing followed by Osprey Bay, Easters Cove, Timber Cove, King's Point and finally Bear Knob. There is some confusion in King's Point and Bear Knob. The new handicap site in King's Point have the highest numbers. The name Horsethief Creek is being discontinued.
Horsethief Creek and Trout Landing are being combine into one loop named Trout Landing. I found the most appealling campsites in this area.
Campsite 2 is a bit small but has great access to the cove where Horsthief Creek enters Horsethief Reservoir.
Just across the road from campsite 2 is this nice little fishing access point. There is another even better point by campsite 3.
This is campsite number 3. Keep in mind as you go through these that I don't take pictures of every campsite. Some are occupied and it's just to much work to do every campsite.
Campsite number 4.
Campsite number 8.
Campsite 12 is likely my favorite. I didn't camp here because we didn't know what Horsethief Creek looked like when we pick our campsite. I like it because it is shaded, level and next to the lake.
Just across the road from campsite 12 is this small beach to access the lake for fishing.
Campsite 13 is part of what could be a group if you got there early enough to find them empty.
Osprey Bay is being remodeled starting July 7, 2020 and will be closed for the season as I understand it. I will need to revise this section next year. But for now.
At this intersection take the left most road. When you enter you will find campsites 51 and 52 first then 35, etc. after the sign. I am wondering if the site numbers will change after the remodel.
This is the entrance to Osprey Bay loop. It splits from the main road at the same point as the entrance to Easters Cove loop.
Campsite number 37
Campsite number 38
Campsite number 39
Campsite number 40
Campsite number 42
Campsite number 43
Campsite number 45.
Campsite number 51
Easter Cove loop is being remodeled as I write this so it will look different by the time you get the chance to camp here.
The entrance to Easters Cove loop.
Our campsite was number 54.
Checkout this little fishing access in Easters Cove.
Campsite number 61.
Campsite number 62.
I found some friends camping in campsite number 64.
Campsite number 66.
Timber Bay loop
Campsite number 69
This is one of two trails to the lake.
Campsite number 70
Campsite number 72
Kings Point loop has recently been remodeled. It has paved roads and driveways. Checkout the pictures. Many of the campsites have very little shade but I saw quite a number of new trees had been planted.
A view of Kings Point loop from the entrance.
Campsite number 78
Campsite number 80.
Campsite number 84
Campsite number 88 is one of four handicap equipped sites.
Campsite number 92
Campsite number 98
Campsite number 104
Campsite number 123 is handicap equipped and close to the toilet.
Campsite number 124 is also handicap equipped.
Pull-through campsite number 125 is another handicap equipped site.
Campsite number 126
Campsite number 127
Campsite number 128
Campsite number 106
Campsite number 107
Campsite number 108
Campsite number 109
Campsite number 110
Campsite number 111
A trail leading to the lake.
Campsite number 112
Another trail leading to the lake.
Campsite number 114 is quite spacious.
Campsite number 115.
Campsite number 116.
Campsite number 118.
Campsite number 120 allows parking here then
you carry your equipment down this path to
your campsite. It has it's own access to the lake. I camp in a RV so it wouldn't be my favorite but I liked it for tent campers.
Campsite number 121