Date of Stay: June, 2006
A very nice park for a getaway with the kids and parents alike (as I barely saw my kids while I was there!) Showers were not clean when I used them yet I did see a clean up crew working daily. Lots of things to do for the kids and my crew especially loved the little bikes for rent. The only thing keeping this park from a perfect rating is the fact that the camp store has every Yogi item imaginable yet has virtually nothing as far as basic grocery/camping items. There was not a store within close proximity either. Other than the store inconvenience, we had a good time and ended up staying one extra night. The sites were the largest I have ever seen at a Yogi campground.
Date of Stay: September, 2005
Unfortunately for us, I read the previous reviews only one day before heading for this campground. I was very concerned about my family's safety and almost backed out of the reservation. I can say that there were no issues with security for us at this campground, yet we will never be back again simply because the place was entirely disgusting!! The showers need to be knocked down and rebuilt. The bathrooms were filthy and had no soap. (Not even soap dispensers!! UGH!) Employees set up a booth selling hot dogs and such right next to the bathroom (with no soap) and I witnessed them use the facilities and go right back to serving up the grub. How gross!!! For a holiday weekend at a major franchise campground I somewhat expected some type of children's activities, and once again we were dissapointed. The only positive aspect about the place is the fact that the sites were mostly shaded amongst tall trees to really have that "camping atmosphere". That in itself was not enough to make me go back again.