Date of Stay: August, 2008
I should have read the reviews on here first before going. Everything that has been written about this place is true. It is terribly run down. The staff was nice and as helpful as could be. The pool was cold, and needs some repair work. The activities that they offer are very old and run down. Tent sites are nice!. The check-in building looks like it could blow over in the wind. We have 16 and 12 year olds and they were bored. You are about 10 min to the other activities like Wild Mountain and Boat tours. If you do not like to ride and want to just watch at Wildmountain--you can and not buy a ticket. We will NOT be back to this campground. For the money we will find some other place to camp. No shade, very un-even campsites. Behind our campsite was a huge Grater for gravel. The shower house near us ran out of propane--so no hot water for those poor people. Also we were with a group and were not placed next to each other even when we asked to be once we got there.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL~! This is one of the nicest, cleanest, most well-cared for campground we have ever stayed at. We had a beautiful grassy, shaded site with a view of the lake and a cement pad right outside our door. I cannot say anything bad about this place except that it is always booked and you might have trouble getting a reservation. It is well worth it to try and make reservations. Oh--and if coming from the west in directions--the turn comes up VERY QUICK--so be prepared for that. ;) GO you will LOVE IT!!
Date of Stay: June, 2008
Lots for kids to do and adults. If you are not crazy for a busy campground, this is not for you. Kids of all ages will have fun here if that is what your looking for. Peace and quiet is not this campground. Sites are a little on small side, and if in right area, some pretty good shade trees. It's a fun campground and by a lake, so you can fish.