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Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
We stayed here to watch the eclipse. We arrived on Sunday evening just before dusk and left late on Monday afternoon. The transient spots were flat & level. They have limestone pea gravel. No mud. They have 30 amp power, water shut-off valves in good condition, sewer connection point was in good condition and easy to hook to reliability. The site was very easy to back into, and the park was easy to navigate pulling a 30' travel trailer. The pool was a little small but very clean, warm, sunny, in good repair and not super crowded. The playground left a little to be desired. It was small, pretty tired and not in particularly good repair. Our kids (11, 9, 6 & 3) rated it a 4 out of 10. The bathrooms and shower house looked clean, although I didn't use them. The park is mostly permanent campers. About half of the rigs are pretty dirty and a little junky. It isn't what you'd call a beautiful campground, but it's not scary either. It has beach access to the lake, a decent little dock, and a boat ramp. The woman at the front desk was so nice and very helpful. The camp store is reasonably stocked. Propane and charcoal were reasonably priced. All of the fellow campers we interacted with were pleasant. Functionally, the campground gets it done at a bargain price. Aesthetically, it's just a little underwhelming. This campground has all the ingredients to be a really good park. With some decent landscaping, a mandatory annual power washing requirements for permanent campers and a general sprucing up (dock, playground, picnic tables) you'd have a hard time getting a site on short notice. I'd stay again. We camped at Indian Point RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.