Date of Stay: February, 2011
The park is fairly new, but rather small. The sites are narrow and you must unhook your toad to get in. I don't know how a bigger 5th wheel would make it. They have leash and pet cleanup requirements, but since we saw a couple of loose dogs and somebody's animal did their business at our doorstep, which the animal's owner kindly left for us to clean up, the requirements obviously aren't enforced. The pet walk area looks large on the map, but it's a 3 foot wide (or less) strip of grass alongside a road. The other facilities are nice, so I would be willing to overlook the narrow sites and pet inconveniences if I wanted to stay in this area. That being said, the intersection at Rayford Rd and Geneva Rd is so poorly done and so small, I will not return to this park. If you come from I-45, you must turn right onto Geneva. There is no shoulder at that corner and a 3 foot deep ditch in it's place. If you're over 35 feet and traffic is heavy, you will be in the ditch when you attempt to make this turn. The city recently changed this intersection and actually made it worse, by allowing the traffic coming out Geneva to come all the way to the light. This prevents you from swinging wide to stay out of the ditch. Prior to the city's "improvements", the outgoing traffic was stopped some 30 or 40 feet back. Conveniently, there's a tow company right on the corner to quickly give you a $500 tow out. Just 2 weeks prior to our stay, another unfortunate soul dumped his bus into the ditch and one of the group I was meeting did the same thing last year. The park people could care less and don't seem to have any intention of placing a warning on their site to help prevent the potential patrons from damaging their rigs. So given the ridiculous road conditions and the attitude of the park personnel, I can not recommend using this place unless you are in a SMALL camper.
Date of Stay: June, 2008
When we made the reservation, I specifically asked about the campground's ability to handle a 42' bus. Was told "no problem" and thus I made a reservation for full hook up (water and sewer) 50A site. I arrive at the campground and the person checking me in continually questions my 30' MH. Several times I indicate we have a 42' bus and that I had a reservation for a 50A site. We're told they have no 50A sites available and that we have a 30A site. So they take us to our site, only to find the roads (gravel) are tight enough that I can't get there, almost getting stuck in the process! We're moved to another site, being told "it's reserved for somebody else tomorrow and you'll have to move"! Interestingly enough, they still want to charge us the 50A rate! There were many unfilled large sites available, so I don't understand why we were pushed around like a dust bunny. We won't ever go back.