Date of Stay: February, 2010
Looking at the website is VERY deceiving. The photo is of the back facing the water which is the only nice area. We thought we were staying at a nice resort. WRONG. We pulled into the grounds, and my first thought was: UGH. There were huge pot holes everywhere. No stone drives, just dirt. OK, maybe a few stones here and there. I wondered whether this was an RV park or a trailer graveyard. Old permanent house trailers and what used to be campers are scattered throughout the grounds with old cars and out building that have seen better days. The management had us park in back corner next to a permanent trailer that had junk scattered all around. Our stay was for 2 days. It is a good thing we were only here to sleep. One positive thing: they did have a few 'cabins' that looked fairly nice. The 'cabins' are actually single wide house trailers made up to look like cabins. We never tried the restaurant. I wanted to do some laundry but by the looks of the washers and dryers, I didn't. The only good thing going for it is that it's cheap. I don't recommend and won't stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
We camped here over the Labor Day weekend. Not my first pick, but there wasn't much to choose from close to the falls. Sites are very cramped with very little grass between. We had to adjust our parking so our slide-out wouldn't be next to the neighbors awning: they are that close. All pads and driveways are gravel. Wi-Fi worked 50% of time. Owners are not the friendliness of campground hosts. Loud traffic all night long, low flying planes also. Sorry, not too many good things about this place. The restrooms and showers I will give a thumbs up.