Date of Stay: August, 2015
This a huge campground but they put us way in the back in the smallest sites here and then proceeded to completely surround us with the carnival people/vehicles. They were literally on top of us and they sawed, welded, and used a grinder every day working on their trailer. Again, 98% of the campground was empty. It was like parking in a machine shop. I finally went in and asked why they would place us all together and was told that we didn't ask for full h/u. I pointed out that they could certainly have told us what was parking out here and given us the option to move but it was like talking to the wall. If they want to make sure that their guests never come back, they are definitely succeeding! If you have to camp here, don't give them your credit card until you check out your site first. We won't be back......
Date of Stay: July, 2015
This park does not enforce any rules/restrictions. It has homeless camps set up in it that are pigsty's. On weekends, this is party central. Too many cars/people on one site. Dogs running loose. People urinating out in the open as bathroom is too far for them to walk. Very unsafe for children as cars are constantly driving through this tiny campground just to see the "circus". If this isn't enough, power is horrible. This is all just a shame to see as this area is so beautiful with the bike paths and deer & turkeys everywhere. All on a nice lake. Council Bluffs has a lot to offer but find another campground.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
This park is nice and electric is good but it does not get regular maintenance. They do not clean off the pads, the RV office is never open, and they do not have lids on any garbage can. Therefore, the raccoons are able to make a big mess. But my complaint is about the price as they promise you the rate of $33.71 total after tax with Good Sam rate and when you go to check out, they actually charge you $39.43 per night after adding resort tax. I like parks to be upfront and honest, so I will not be going back.
Date of Stay: April, 2015
This is a beautiful park for camping without electricity! Electric was non-existent for us as we were in a motorhome. Voltage was at 105 so we were not able to use the microwave or AC. Even the TV would shut off as the power would dip so low. They know they have a big problem and say they are working on it so I would call before going if you require electric. The park and sites are beautiful but if you don't have a boat and like to fish, there is nothing to do and you are in a very remote area.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
This little campground is a great find. It is quiet, grassy, and you have the place to yourself as there are no campfires allowed. I would guess that would deter a lot of weekend campers. The place is well taken care of and is close to town and I-5. We used this place as a home base to access a couple of the paved rails to trails for biking.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
This was a very nice campground to stay at and enjoy Lake Superior and the Duluth area and such. There is an incorrect review posted on this campground as it is not the park on a river and the roads are not tight. It is quite the opposite as there is plenty of room to maneuver. There is all green grass, sites are generous, very quiet, and I really appreciated the special maps and hints that were provided for this area. We will come back here.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
This campground is also known as Windsor RV Park. It has mostly permanent residents and the sites are very close together. The electric is very poor: you cannot keep your unit cool. The only internet is an area you can plug into if you have an 800 number for dial-up. We felt like this was an expensive parking space as that is all it provides. The beautiful town of Windsor is nearby.