Date of Stay: May, 2011
We love this place and this Memorial Day weekend was no exception. They did appear to do some site and dirt work to prep. We had site 115 and found it to be fine, less the picnic table that when we moved it the corner was rotten and broke off (thus the 9). Pool was warm, clean and fun. Kids had fun fishing and playing on the play ground which clean in and good shape. Everyone was friendly there. No golf carts allowed which we love and the rules are fair. Cannot wait to book another long weekend. They are pricy but for what you get, we don't mind.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
Choose to stay here because it is next door to Storyland. Site #2a was large, could see the .25 mile paved loop from site entrance which was great in watching the 5 year old ride his bike on around the loop. Site was dirty with cigarette butts, broken balloons, straws and even some broken glass around. The pool area was small with no chairs or anything but a moss covered bench seat on one side. WiFi worked great outside the camper at this site. During check in, staff drilled the 5mph speed limit time and time again, and did not seem all that friendly. My son waived to the same guy several times when he went by on the gator and never got a smile or wave back. Did not use rest rooms or showers. All and all, it was okay and provided as advertised. Just seemed dated and unfriendly. I would go back, but not after trying some other places nearby first.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
Great weekend here. Staff is great, people friendly and it is clean. This night they had a band at the pool that played great music. Not sure where else you can stay, get full hookups, pool, river beach, stocked store, easy access, for what they charge. Will go again.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
Great place for kids with nice people. Site was big and easy to get in and out of with a 31 foot travel trailer. A little pricey but the pool makes it worth it if your kids swim. Only reason why not a 10 is price. Would and will go again Very kid friendly, no golf cars to run them over. My son caught his first fish in the stocked pond.