Date of Stay: July, 2010
We camped over the July 4th holiday and the campground was almost full. They do have a great deal of activities for the kids; fishing pond, playground, day camp just to name a few. The bathhouses were in need of SERIOUS attention! They were filthy, smelly and looked as if they had not been cleaned in months. I was in the bathroom while a staff woman was cleaning (I use that term loosely) and she was emptying the trash and refilling the toilet paper and paper towels and cleaning the mirrors and sinks with Windex and that was it. I never saw the toilets or floors being cleaned. The showers were full of hair and and soap remains. To top it all off this very large campground has 3 bathhouses but each of these only has 3 toilets and 3-5 showers. While we were there only 2 toilets were working and 2 showers were shut down and they lost hot water for one day. If you choose to stay here do what I did, take your own bleach cleaner every time you visit the bathhouse! Both the men and women restrooms smelled foul and and were disgusting! Also, if you choose to use the bathhouse located at the pool use extreme caution as the tile floors are very slick.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We stayed in Camp Burson at a site that offered electric and water. The sites are very spacious and the bath houses were extremely clean. The care takers were extremely nice and helpful. Our only complaint was that the non-sewer sites really needed more shade. At the time of this visit we did not have AC and it was very hot. Campground is also very centrally located as there were a number of grocery stores and restaurants within a 10 minute drive.