Date of Stay: October, 2009
This is a shockingly downscale park. It may be clean but the facilities are more on par with a third world country. There are so many long-term residents with lean-to's built up around their trailers that this park looks more like a rural Louisiana trailer park than an RV park. The playground was unsafe, the shower was partly made of (painted) chipboard and the highway was so close you could actually see the semi-trailer lights shine through your window each time one went past. We will never be going back there again, especially since there are so many others in the area.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
There are 2 campgrounds: the mixed use campground is gorgeous, nicely treed, some big spots. The park itself is huge and there is lots to do with kids, a lake to swim in, a nice playground, lots of walking trails, and a golf course with a clubhouse where you can buy lunch or snacks if you don't want to cook. The RV-only site is totally like a parking lot.