Date of Stay:
March, 2008 -
My primary complaint about this park is the poor attitude, poor service, and silly, ridiculous rules by the management/owner staff. The actual park is clean nicely maintained, and if you are someone without local friends who may visit and do not care which part of the park you stay in, you will find this park acceptable. But, God forbid if you have someone visit with their car parked alongside yours on the gravel driveway. They must move their car! Large pickup trucks in other sites that extend outside the gravel are acceptable, but the rule is one vehicle per site, and it is monitored with a vengence. If you have children you might consider having them carry ID with them that show their age-because they very likely will be approached by the management staff. Also, you should consider getting confirmation faxed to you about spots that are available, because what they tell you up front, and what actually happens when you register can be very different. The six day rule also does not apply to everyone; I would venture to guess it has something to do with who you know. We will not go back to this campground. It is a shame that this nice campground right next to the park does not have owner/managers interested in providing good customer relations. We camped at Tremont Outdoor Resort in a Motorhome.