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Nice campground with a lot of activities. Only problem is the sites are priced high, and then when you get there you find you must pay another 5.00 per person per night to use the pool, water slides, putt-putt, and paddle boats. (Added 90.00 to our costs.) There are no exceptions to this rule, even if you don't plan to use them. Staff is OK. Activities and craft room directors are the best. They make a special effort to get to know you and make you feel like you're family. We won't be going back because of the costs. We can stay at the beach for much less per night and get a lot more for our money. Lake Ridge needs to realize that while this resort is nice, it is not worth 80.00 per night.

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First of all the Millers have sold the park to Legacy RV resorts. It is obvious the Millers are not there. Front Desk people are rude, do not like to answer questions, and just seem to hate you. Campers are issused armbands at check-in and you are expected to wear them (for pool access) your entire stay; this means small children. If you cut them off and request new ones your children are scolded for not wearing them the whole weekend. DO NOT stay in sites close to lake/playground they are very muddy and during rain you have a nice river front campsite. They are having sewer problems and sewage is leaking onto the ground the few feet in front of these sites. They have it blocked off by orange tape but smell is terrible. The staff in charge of planned activities they are nice and great with kids; unfortunate you will not find anyone but these two that even try to be nice. Campsites are pricey at 39.00/night and that only includes pool access; must pay extra for putt-putt, water slide, paddleboat. They tell you on the phone that they have made major improvements; only improvements I could see were new bathrooms at the pool/gameroom area and higher prices. New owners are obviously strictly out to make money and make no attempts to make you feel welcome or at home like most campgrounds.