Date of Stay: October, 2009
The swimming pool was not in service in 2009 and will not be in service in 2010. This campground has seen better days. Trees have been butchered and overall landscaping is in rough shape. The campground is just across the street from two large trucking depots. Unfortunately, sleep at night is difficult as the sound of many large trucks loading, unloading and running their refrigerator units is overwhelming. The park's planned activities consist of a weekly potluck during the winter and a weekly game of dominoes, also during the winter only. The showers are fairly clean but unpleasant due to the shower heads. The water is like being hit by a sand blasting unit. Laundry room is so-so and ice-cold in the winter. Wi-Fi is really only available in the clubhouse. Propane is not always available since only a few people are qualified to pump it. They have also ran out during a very cold spell here in winter of 2010. There are small trees by most of the sites, but they give little to no respite from the summer sun. We are leaving here early spring and will not be back. People are nice enough but are letting the campground fade away. They do include electric in their rates and many people here are nice.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
Expensive and ugly. Very noisy due to road traffic. Bad odors from the sewer plant across the street. Paid for a month but left after just a couple of weeks. Park is mostly long-term residents. Most travelers come in for a night or two and leave. Picnic tables falling apart and nasty.