Date of Stay:
June, 2007 -
In regard to the actual campsite, this is no doubt one of the best campgrounds we have ever stayed at (even better than Fort Wilderness at Disney!). The individual campsites offer a great variety of shade, privacy, and location. Security was outstanding and the cleanliness of the grounds was impressive. The trails and roads were in wonderful condition and very useful. The layout and condition of the roads/trails make using bicyles enjoyable and easy. We only have two complaints/warnings: although we were warned by the host about the "activity level" of the loop we were staying in, we wish we had been told that "loud and intrusive music" is considered "activity". Second, the bathrooms/showers for the loop we stayed in were always filthy (paper on floor, mud in showers, unclean toilets, dirty countertop, cig butts everywhere)! I checked out a bathroom/shower for another loop and it was very clean. I would assume the bathroom/showers for the loop we were in stayed dirty due to the amount of usage of a full loop (many children and teens). Next time I will stay in a loop farther from the water and use a clean bathroom/shower. We will return to this campground and I highly recommend it, but we will choose our site more carefully. We camped at Clear Creek Recreation Area - USFS in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2005 -
This campground has some really great features. Many of the sites were very shaded and the pool was wonderful. BUT, we were very dissappointed with the bathhouses. We were in a popup so we had to use the bathhouse. It was obvious that the facilities were not maintained or cleaned on a daily basis. Most of the problems with the bathhouses could be eliminated with a good cleaning and a paint job. This park looks a bit run down. Very sad it has gotten this way because it has some great features. We camped at Harrison Bay State Park in a Tent Trailer.