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Date of Stay:
July, 2017 -
We stayed 5 days 6/30-7/5. The bath house right by our camper had no hot water as they were out of gas and didn't get the gas company out there knowing they were booked to full capacity. The showers by the pool were filthy due to overuse as it was the only place with hot water. There was no internet, despite advertising they have wifi, the whole time we were there. Two of the workers even came in my camper and tried to get internet working and could not. I think the regulars must have a different password for access as they talked about watching movies on Netflix all day. All the 4th of July activities were done on the weekend and absolutely NOTHING was done on the 4th, not even a flag raising. The store was closed early every day despite being booked to full capacity. I sat at my camper and watched person after person go to the store only to realize it was closed. Golf carts price quoted at $150 for 2 days and other services are so overpriced that we could not afford to do much there. Regulars run golf carts through the campground all day and night leaving gas fumes in the air plus the noise of them. At one point the pool had at least 50 people or more in it. They do not have a pool big enough to accommodate 330 campsites. The campsites do not have fire rings making them very dangerous to have a fire with young children around. We have stayed on 2 other occasions and had a good time so to have our vacation so ruined was a real disappointment. I doubt that we will go back again. We camped at Timberline Campground (formerly Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resor in a Travel Trailer.