Date of Stay: August, 2008
The facilities were dirty, and I was surprised how rude the supervisory staff was when I arrived. It was like you were interrupting them from something more important. The fulltime seasonal campers in some areas seemed nice, but many sites were for sale, always a bad sign. Some of the staff out on the grounds appeared to be making an effort to be friendly, but most were not. I filed a complaint to the national Adventure Bound organization, and they responded with they are trying to invest in the property and sited that they were not happy with me complaining about safety issues. The property seemed very run down, and they had extension cords running along the tops of the bathrooms to run fans and other electrical items in the restrooms. I felt it was over priced considering I have camped at many other resorts that cost the same and practically kill themselves to to ensure you are having a good and safe time. This organization happens to also run the Jellystone Resorts in NY which also seem to be run down. Their web-site hypes up their locations but so far non are run that well.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
A well run Resort. Have camped at this location for the last 7+years, in everything from a tent to a RV. Never have had a problem, they always go above and beyond to try and help you out. The are family owned by the same family who owns the water park and they know the meaning of family. This place is in the heart of the mountains so there is a lot of outdoor stuff to do. Oh, and there are bears here so if you like sitting next to a campfire at night make sure the food is locked in your car. The State Rangers will fine you BIG TIME if the bear gets into your food. There is a lot of other wildlife you are likely to see here too. Bottom line: a good family place to go and the towns are not all tourist in that area. You are sure to have a good time here.