Date of Stay: August, 2008
We stayed at this park for a few nights and were amazed at the vast improvement they have gone through in the past year. They are expanding the park and adding around 60 plus sites that will be full sewer (they say will be ready next season). The new building while not quite done is already pretty amazing compared to what they used to have. The new building houses a full store with everything from ice, wood, ice cream, milk, to RV supplies, toys, candy, etc. In addition there is a arcade room, and a nice registration office. The upstairs also has brand new heated ADA bathrooms. The rest of the building is not open yet but the friendly staff gave me a tour to show off there hard work and they have a laundry facility which the town is holding them up on opening, a very large recreation room which they plan to turn into a cafe, and also another whole room which they have not finalized what it was going to be. The deck which was just about completed (we were about one week too early) was beautiful the whole length of the building and about 10 feet deep (this over looked the whole pool area, which included two pools and a hot tub). I can't wait to come back next year to see it finished.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
This park has pit toilets (meaning a hole in the ground) in old wooden buildings. If you do not want to use them then you can walk a bit further and use the chemical toilets. This doesn't sound like any better option. Or lastly if you walk across the whole park you can use the one set of flush toilets. I feel bad for the tenters who would have to either walk all that way or go in a hole in the ground. Also they charge for their WiFi. Who charges for that nowadays? They are in the process of adding a pool but it is located in the private residence back yard and looks very small.