Date of Stay: August, 2005
I used to go to Pine Acres when I was a teenager. I had some of the best times of my life there and wanted to take my children so they could experience what I did. The campground has completely changed now. The manager was rude and accused us of speeding at 40-45 mph. I was taking pictures to bring back to my family and was stopped most of the time to take the pictures, also there were so many people walking down the roads and kids on bikes, that it would have been impossible for us to do 40 or 45 without hitting someone. My husband went to the office to explain this to the staff and they were rude. He told them we probably wouldn't come back again and they said good. The first night was very noisy because some woman kept yelling for her kid at the next campsite over until after 10pm. Of the four womens showers in our section, one didn't work, one door didn't close, and teenage girls were taking showers in the mens room while boys and men were in there. Golf carts would speed by and children were allowed to wander around alone, and half the time wouldn't get out of the way when you drove down the roads. The last night of our stay a boy about 8 years old was rolling rolls of toilet paper on the ground outside of the mens room and the next day we saw toilet paper hanging from the trees. There was plenty for the kids to do but other than that we were extremely disappointed. We found only about 3 staff members who were really friendly, everyone else made you feel you didn't belong. Instead of relaxing at the campsite, we ended up leaving the campground to do other things. We won't be going back.
Date of Stay: September, 2003
We spent a weekend at Yogi's and our family had a great time. It was peaceful and relaxing. There were plenty of activities for the children. We staying in a rustic cabin and had to bring our own blankets, etc. The staff was helpful and friendly. We would definitely go back again.