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Date of Stay:
July, 2009 -
This is a private campground for Thousand Trail members. This was a great family park. For the first time ever, we felt safe leaving our children (ages 8-12) run around on their own. There is a park, clubhouse with ping pong, air hockey and more. Also a beach area, lake for paddle boats (no wake), kayaking, fishing, a pool, shuffleboard and tennis. All the equipment is available for checkout. This is a large park with alot of activities: my boys loved the daily paddleboat races that were free for the kids. It is best to try and be here for a weekend as there are more activities and the restaurant is open on the weekends. I did not give it a full ten because the bathrooms, while clean, always had something wrong. If the toilet was working then the soap dispenser was not. Overall, not a huge issue but a bit annoying. All sites have water and electrical. Only one section has sewer and the campsites are more crowded and not as nice. While there was an open space we chose another area for more privacy. We camped at Lake of the Springs in a Travel Trailer.