I have "camped" at the group camps at Robbers Cave (no camper) twice now. I absolutely love this park! There are so many trails and things to do there - and they are very pet friendly as long as you clean up their messes!
I have never seen their campgrounds up close to know how good the sites are and what the amenities are... but hopefully I will change that later this year. Once I get my pop-up I plan on going back down there for a weekend.
We finally made the trip to Robbers Cave. Absolutely loved it. Nice sites, great trails, super friendly people. We stayed in the Old Circle loop. The other loop is basically just a parking lot. Only negative was the bath house. Not heated and pretty rundown. Very picturesque though.
We camped at Robber’s Cave over Labor Day weekend and had an amazing time. Because we booked late the only loop with spots left that had electric and water hookups was the Equestrian Campground. It had a large pavilion area for rent and most camp spots included small corrals for people to keep their horses. We don’t have horses, but it was cool to camp among them and see them being ridden. The spots were nice and shaded though they didn’t keep them as closely mowed as other campgrounds. Probably has something to do with the horses eating the grass. We saw a few haltered and grazing around the camp spots. We hiked, swam, kayaked, repelled and played disc golf in the two and a half days we were there. The state park is large and offers so much and there were so many people enjoying it. They have the fancy new shower facilities which meant we were able to shower in air conditioning. That’s always a treat at campgrounds. Here are a few photos of repelling and climbing among the rocks.