Date of Stay: July, 2010
This is one of the best campgrounds my family and I have ever visited. Yes, the sites are small, but the family atmosphere outweighs any thing else. We have been camping here for about 25 years, once a year. The bathrooms are outstanding and clean. The showers are clean and spacious. Flowers abound in the well kept campground. We took time to smell the roses since there are many roses in the yard. Hummingbird feeders are hung around the owners home which also serves as the office. The free firewood is also a plus. The wonderful owners are Mennonites and great people. There is only a small playground for the children, but there is a beautiful campground to walk around. You can listen to the Amish buggies pass along the main road, and on Friday nights and Saturday nights, an Amish family visits the campground to sell their baked goods and home made crafts. This campground is a pure delight if relaxing is what you have in mind for a great camping trip.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
Dump, Dump, Dump. Oh yes, the brochure paints a beautiful picture. We were placed in a tent site after I made the reservation in February for Memorial Day weekend. The electrical hook-up was 20 amps which was insufficient for our air conditioner. The pop-up next to us was also plugged into the same outlet as we were. Needless to say, the fuses popped constantly as they also had an air conditioner, microwave, TV, refrigerator and hair appliances. The water pressure dropped on Saturday and on Sunday, so no one could flush their own toilets anywhere. All of the permanents ran to the campgrounds bathrooms and literally filled them to the brim with their filth. After complaining numerous times to the office, someone finally, after 2 hours came and looked at them. Two hours after that, someone finally came and worked on them for one and a half hours. There was also a 2 and 1/2 foot deep hole by the water tap which someone could be seriously hurt in. There was a beautiful fireworks display on Saturday evening, but if there would have been a fire, it would have kept on burning because there was no water to put it out with. A carnival was in the upper lot, but then again, the people from outside of the park who came to ride the rides did not have a porta potty in which to go to the bathrooms. Another issue, I had were the golfcarts everywhere. The permanent campers all had one. They rode through the campground aimlessly just to gawk at anything they could gawk at. I would never ever return to this dump. I have been camping for over 45 years and this experience was enough to turn me against camping; but then I have to remember that there are good campground out there. Just not this one!