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This place was nowhere near as nice as the website would lead you to believe. The waterpark is nonexistant, even though they are charging you $10/day for use of it during the summer season. It's nowhere near being built. There is one pool, and it is so crowded. It makes a big deal about swimming and fishing in the lake..there's no lake. There is a boat launch area at the bottom of a very deep drop-off that you need to drive to, but nowhere to swim and practically nowhere to fish. We ended up going to nearby Mirror Lake State Park, which seemed very nice. I'd not camp with Yogi again, but Mirror Lake looked like a great place to hang out. The kids had fun seeing yogi and playing with each other but honestly this place is not worth the money.

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This campsite was recommended to us by a friend. Upon arrival, we weren't thrilled with it at ALL. The sites are small, the whole place feels crowded and the boundaries aren't clearly marked. However, once we got set up and started to get comfy, it grew on us. The best thing about this place is that there is a lot for your kids to do. There were three lifeguards on the small portion of the lake. A section is roped off for the little ones, which leaves the deeper section for the rowdier older kids/teens/adults. Liked that. Also, there is a very nice beach house. There's a game "room" and a brand new pool and hot tub. The playground is pretty nice and it's right in the middle of the campground, which makes it easy for the kids to get to. There are hayrides, movies and events. Not too shabby at all. So, while we weren't thrilled with the place when we got there, we left looking at it as someplace we wouldn't mind going to again.

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We camp here often. There's no water hookup witch is a downer but other than that it's a great place to camp. The sites are large enough, and the scenery is pretty.