Date of Stay: May, 2010
We called ahead to ask if they could accommodate our 40'motorhome with toad, making us 65' long. They said they could not fit us in any of the sites. We went in with the car to take a look and found a perfect site that was 70 feet long, and about 35 feet wide. We actually measured a few sites that were as long, but this particular one was easy to back in to. We did not see any pull-throughs. The sites we found were in the radio-free area, which was perfect for us. The sites are all grass; no gravel or concrete. They don't usually cater to units like ours, but they don't claim to, either. We are thrilled to find a new spot to camp on London while there on business. The park was beautiful and quiet. There is a pool, a huge river/lake with boat launching and rental canoes, lots of biking and hiking trails, and even a pioneer village right in the park. We are keeping our site # a secret so you won't reserve it when we go back.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
Of the utmost importance is the washrooms. They are private shower/washrooms, and they are immaculate! Next on the list is friendliness of staff: They were very pleasant and helpful. The campground was clean and quiet. Nice big level cement pads, and we were allowed to choose which site we wanted. There is no pool, but the river kind of wraps around the campground, so it's a pleasant setting. Wi-fi worked great! No hidden fees. Allowed our adult children to visit overnight at no extra charge. Finding the campground was the only part that we found challenging. We had good directions, but the street-sign for Waterworld street was hard to see. Maybe a sign at that corner would help. We will visit here again!
Date of Stay: August, 2008
We make this campground part of our trips south 4 times each year. This husband and wife are the ideal campground owners. They are the most friendly people anyone could ever meet. They are truly concerned that your stay there is pleasant. Our first visit there was about 10 years ago. Our little girl was stung by a wasp. She took care of the sting, and he took care of the wasp nest - immediately. We were impressed with their kindness and promote this campground to everyone we know. It is very obvious that the owners put a lot of money into the campground each and every year. All of their facicities are top-notch!
Date of Stay: June, 2008
We have been RVing since 1992, and this is by far the worst campground we have ever been to. We have camped here about 6 times, because of the convenient location. It is a short drive to shopping, and we were in London on business. The owners are very unfriendly, bordering on hostile. They ignore your concerns. One time, we needed to stay for an extra half hour, and they made us pay for an entire extra night. The pool is in poor shape - tiles falling apart, and not properly filtred. The hot tub is always cold and dirty. Picnic tables are falling apart, and unuseable. The mini-golf is all torn up. They never seem to mow the grass, which makes it very difficult to see all the dog messes all over the place. This place deserves less than a 1, but the 2 is for the location.