Date of Stay: October, 2007
This park has really went downhill.Took the kids here for a Halloween weekend as we have in the past,all it seems we did was wait in lines.The judging for the kids costumes took forever,the lines for the haunted trail was two hours wait.Used to assign you times but I guess they do not have the staff for this.Went to the kids dance, never have I seem so much alcohol in my life at a kids dance, no staff were ever present except rec. staff which are young kids.Used to give rain coupons, well it rained over one inch one nite and never got a coupon.All this park seems to worry about is the bottom line,not the campers experience.Stayed in the new section,was told do not get on the grass,we just hydro-seeded.Our rig we were told where it had to be setting, not one hook-up was close and the new sites are so close it looks like a refugee camp,this used to be a great place,but;the owners are not visible anymore and the staff is horrible.This is our last stay ever at this place.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
First time at this park,was just overwhelmed at the cleanliness of the entire park and the friendliness of the staff.The sites are a little tricky for first timers but we camped by the stream and the view was just wonderful.Got to watch the Amish farm across the stream in full action.Great location to visit all the old world attractions,if you have small children Dutch Wonderland is right beside the park and we never even heard it unless we walked close to that end.Staff seems to be more interested in the customers comfort than making a buck.Will camp here again,Great overall campground!
Date of Stay: June, 2006
This park, while nice; was in total disarray while we stayed there. Roads are a mess, campground was dirty. We did realize construction was still ongoing and is far behind schedule. Did not refund required amenity fee, but gave you a gift card good for in this park only. Workers were very rude and were more interested in the construction rather than the comfort of campers in the park.