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Date of Stay:
July, 2005 -
This is an AOK RV park. It is under new ownership and is being updated. There is not a lot of room for the big rigs, but they are working on it. They do not have 50 amp service anywhere the big rigs can get to, but I heard they have it down where smaller travel trailers can use it. They do have some wide open spots and they also have a lot of full tree cover spots. The mini golf needs some serious updating and the lots are very small, but it is peaceful. They have full cable TV. The pool is not heated but is very nice on a hot day. They list that they have pull-thru sites, but they are not actual pull-thru sites. You will have to backup to either get in or to leave. The people are very friendly and it is a nice place to get away to for the weekend. We would stay again. We camped at Great Meadow Campground (formerly Hillcrest Family Campground) in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
June, 2005 -
This "Camp Resort" was nothing more than a trailer park. The staff was at times nice but mostly rude. They state they have Wi-fi but it doesn't work 90% of the time. Something that does work here are the pine trees that dump loads of pollen all over your nice clean RV. To add to this disappointment, you can't wash your RV's so they get to sit there and look awful. Most of the sites in this park are filled with mobile homes thereby making it more of a mobile home park than a camping resort. They say they have cable TV but I do not consider 5 channels cable TV. Your satellite most likely won't work either because of the trees. As another review states, the management seems more concerned about money than anything. I would have to fully agree with that review. To that point, they won't even let a visitor go past the gate, even for a moment, unless escorted by the "security". The security are not licensed security guards. On the weekends, peace is something you will not get. They are either playing very loud music or the weekend warriors that believe they own the park and are running around causing problems. As for the "security", they like to yell at children that are not doing anything wrong. However, they stay far away from the older kids causing problems. Finally, the management and workers seem to have nothing to do during the week. They constantly like to ride around the park in their diesel pickup trucks and front end loaders at 7:00am waking everyone up. Overall, I think this "park" needs new owners and new management. I would not stay here again. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
May, 2005 -
This park is under new ownership. The new owners are very friendly and helpful. We stayed at the begining of the season before everything was ready but the owner's were working hard to get things ready for everyone. Infact, the pool did see a couple swimmers in it during the Memorial Day weekend even though the water was only about 60 degrees. The park is an older park and could use some updating but we imagine that will be happening with the new owners. There are a lot of tenting sites and sights for travel trailers but not many for big motorhomes. The park has many activities. It is a very friendly environment for the entire family. Some of the updates that are needed are more open sites (less gigantic pine trees) and 50 amp service (currently only 30). We had a good time and would be happy to come back and visit again. We camped at Autumn Hills Campground in a Motorhome.