Date of Stay:
July, 2015 -
I read some of the reviews and just had to comment. This campground is so beautiful! We have been there many times. There are four restrooms throughout the grounds, two of them with shower facilities, and they are all kept spotless. The staff is super kind and really makes you feel welcomed. Super family friendly campground. My kids beg to go back every year. They have 20 amp and 30 amp sites you just have to ask. The state hiking trails are easy to get to if you take the time to ask for directions from the friendly staff and don't just wander off in the woods. LOL There is canoe rentals , fishing tours and lessons and tubing in the river near by. The pool isn't huge but very clean. They have activities every weekend and hayrides. The camp store was open from 9am till 9pm when we camped there. I'm sure the hours may vary if you are there during off season but the staff always asks if you need anything when you check in even after hours. We love this place. I don't mind the seasonal campers it makes the camp homey and warm. We felt safe and welcomed. I would camp here with my kids even if my husband couldn't come. It's just a warm and friendly place. We camped at Russell Brook Campsite in a Tent Trailer.
The town of Roscoe is very cute. There are many places to eat and cute shops.
Date of Stay:
June, 2009 -
Normally, I don't post reviews but saw this one and had to comment. The previous post is totally off. The camp store was always open when I was there. The staff was so nice and helpful, made you feel welcomed. The bathrooms where older buildings but kept spotless!!! So were the grounds and the pool. There were a variety of beautiful campsites for tenters, pop up and trailers. We will definitely go back. It beautiful there. To the previous poster maybe you should sell your camper and start doing the hotel thing... We camped at Russell Brook Campsite in a Travel Trailer.