Date of Stay: May, 2009
Great park for kids, so much for them to do, but a lot of things are extra fees. Splash pools are free though. Very crowded in the summer. Do not enforce pet rules. Very friendly staff. Would not stay here as a retiree, but would bring the grand kids. Lot of seasonals that think they own the place.
Date of Stay: March, 2009
Advertised cable, but only if you stay on one of their paved sites. We like trees so chose shaded area in older section. Campground grounds could use some maintenance. Laundry room is about as big as a closet with no place to sit or a table to fold your laundry on. We stayed a week and this was important to us. Thought the price, $210, was a little high for what we got. Hardly saw any workers doing maintenance. When the office is closed, so is everything else, so plan on sitting by the campfire a lot in the evening. They used to have a mini golf, but that is now gone. Also, if you stay in the older section, when you pull up to the office there is no easy way to get to your site, we had to unhook and back the 38' motorhome up. I bet this is fun when there are a lot of people checking in at one time. Not a good design. They said no sharp turns, not in the new section, but the older section all they did is add gravel to the old sites. They need to rethink this and get their architect in there again.
Date of Stay: February, 2009
Nice clean park. Lots of activities, and the staff was wonderful. Very helpful and courteous. Manager has some issues, but overall a great park. The surrounding area is not too desirable with a lot of rental homes and bankruptcies, but I would imagine in a few years that will turn around. Eight miles to bigger city, Casa Grande, for shopping.