Date of Stay: February, 2008
This a beautiful facility, and is close to my home. The campground has been in business since the sixties, and seems to have the business down pat!. Most of the sites are in shaded areas, and care is clearly taken to keep the campground up to date. There is one new bathhouse that is very modern and clean, and they have recently revamped another. Trackrock has been family owned since it started and they are very helpful with making sure that they can do what they can for every camper. The campground is off the beaten path, which seems to be a draw for most of the campers I spoke with, but there is still much to do in the area. I will camp here again and often.
Date of Stay: September, 2007
This campground is nicely located in town and next to a local park which makes for a good walk or bike ride. The park is also located next to the town's tram depot which is very convenient. We were put into a water & electric only site which was mainly dominated by tent campers, but no one seemed to mind. The pool was nice but is right next to a very busy road which seemed to be a distraction. The camp store was not well stocked and staff seemed preoccupied. We would probably stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
This park has been very crowded on the weekends we have spent there. It is clearly designed for maximum usage rather than quality of experience. The indoor pool and hot tubs are a nice attraction. The roads need to be updated and speed limits need to be enforced better and on a regular basis. The sites on the river are probably the best, but are just OK. "Pricey" is the best word to describe the experience.