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Have camped here many times and have to say that the new owners have done a great job in correcting a lot of the problems, standing water at sites, unfriendly management, etc., and are continuing to make improvements. My only complaints are the layout of the electric, water and sewer, and a lot of the sites are confusing and not practical. However, I understand from management that this is being corrected and I believe it will be. Also, cable isn't available and considering the somewhat high rate it should be. I will definitely camp there again.

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This CG is under new ownership and only time will tell if they are going to make a serious effort to upgrade the facilities. Our experience with the new owners was a positive one as they are friendly and have ideas about what they want to do to improve. The rate is high for the area and unless they provide a lot more for that rate they will probably not get the occupancy except for the holidays. Not having cable and WiFi and charging $40 a night for two people is not reasonable. I will be going back in 2008 to see what improvements have been made and to report.

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We have camped here in the past and the CG has not changed much except for the higher rate. They do accept Good Sam which helps. Overall a nice clean CG with lots of trees but showing its age after about 30 years. This owner is wanting to sell after 10 years which may be why we saw him for only the first two days of the long July 4th WE. Pool is small for the size of the CG and lack of supervision at the pool is cause for concern. Clear "no diving" message is posted but teens and adults were jumping in and over small children with no regard for others in the pool. I guess to them diving means head first only and maybe the definition needs to be made clearer. That no one was hurt was just a stroke of luck. CG design is somewhat odd in that the electric service sits at the back of the sites which requires in most cases an extension to make the connection but the sewer sits in the next camper's area. The water connection is between campers requiring a long hose in some instances and right through the campsite. While everything works well it would seem that some rework of the utilities might be in order. Sewer pipe and cover were broken at many sites due to folks driving over them and with no post or marker to protect them this is understandable. We will be interested to see what happens to this CG once it is under new ownership.