Date of Stay: July, 2010
Very quiet campground gear towards older families and motorhomes "Big rigs" just traveling or staying a few days. No playground for kids and only a few activities like ice cream social if are on site 309 or 310, Please note it is a companion site. The motorhome pulls in for great views and a the other camper backs in. Site shares a fire pit. I asked for a fire pit because we did not know the family coming in. I would suggest this site for people traveling together and they should inform you about this site. They told me it was a site that was in the "best view" with trees site. Was very awkward and no privacy between us and other site. Major bummer! They gave us the choice to move or free wood and Wi-Fi! WOW! But the view made up for it. Good luck to others. Request to stay in site 311, 312, or 313. Very private and secluded for the price you pay!
Date of Stay: August, 2008
Love this campground.. Lakeside circle the side with sites 39 and on are very large. We love riding the "party bus" to the park and back. Great for families! Just need more fish in the small lake!
Date of Stay: July, 2008
I loved this campground. It was very quiet during the week. We stayed at site 108 and NO one was in the pull-through sites. My kids loved having the entire place to ride bikes. Pool is being repaired this coming year. (Problems with the cement walls.) Staff was very friendly and helpful. If using internet: a wireless internal modem (vista) will not work. I went down the road to McD's and did everything quick and easy. Weekends tend to be packed and can be tight to get to back sites: but most people help and move for you. Will come again. Slides were great!!!
Date of Stay: May, 2008
RV park is very nice looking from the outside. Not many sewer hook-ups and for the cost to join and no hook-ups forget it. Campground workers extremely nice. Sales people very rude and pushy. Received a call 1 week after the visit to purchase a membership for 1,200 dollars. I will not go EVER again. Most sites are small and they cram you in like fish in a can.