Date of Stay: July, 2009
We camped here for a week. We were promptly waited on and given our site number. We reserved a stream side site and a lot of the campground is stream so its nice to hear the rolling stream instead of the traffic noise. We did notice that if you're in the front of the campground you can hear traffic noise and sites 1-5 back up to a animal hospital. I think they may board dogs there too and could hear barking. So you might want to reconsider sites on the front left as you go into the campground. We were in the back and there was no Wi-Fi connection. We had to take our laptop up to the game room to connect. We also couldn't get cell service from the campground and had to drive a ways down the main road. We noticed the camp store wasn't stocked with some of the things you might need if you run out. They carry no bread so stock up or there is a Food City down the road or another small store. One more thing that we thought was absolutely ridiculous was the wood they sale for the camp fires. They paid 13 dollars and got like 10 pieces of wood. So we drove down the road and found a guy selling wood and bought tons of wood for our week there for 20 bucks. The pool was nice and clean but water a little chilly to me. The campground is a nice, clean one. They have the Jack Tales theater on weekends and its fun for the kids. They can be in the play. We would stay there again.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
We were driving through for the night on the way to the beach. We had no problem getting a reservation the night before. The park was easy to find. We did notice there were a lot of permanent residents there. Nice fishing pond. Two clean pools. Playground could have been updated. The actual pull-through site was uneven and we had to play with the stabalizer jacks a while. Overall it was a nice for a night. Great Wi-Fi connection and cable connection. Nice workers as well. Very helpful. We would stay again.