Date of Stay: June, 2010
I want to begin by stating this is not personal, only factual so people will have some much needed info that I was not privy to prior to my visit. We visited primarily for my 3 year old grandson. On that note, he had a wonderful time playing mini golf, swimming, canoeing, playing in the pond and with the characters walking around the park. What was good? Our spot was tidy on a corner right next to a little shallow pond. It appeared promising when we arrived. There was an electrical issue on the pad that caused the breaker to trip repeatedly. Though reported to management, it was never fixed. What was bad? The park was run down, easy to tell a minimal amount of income is reinvested in the facility. The park rules looked like they covered most of my concerns, had they been enforced but they were not. The weekend turned into the equivalent of bringing children to a bar room. The vast majority of visitors walked around openly consuming alcohol and in various states of inebriation. From the pools to the common areas and worse yet, driving golf carts around. I'm not a fuddy duddy, but I grew past this kind of thing around age 18 or so. I never would have brought a child here. I also assume that most others visiting were totally cool with the environment so take that for what its worth. Now, the first night we spent unable to sleep because of the radio and drunken cursing from a bout 4 people across the street who made no effort to hold down their loud banter. Grandson and ourselves up all night, at least till the people shut up and turned off the radio at 5 am. I would have confronted them politely if it were not apparent just how drunk they were. So I didn't, nor did I report it until the next morning when I was told that the quiet time started at 10pm and that they would take care of it. The party across the street the second night continued till we passed out, from exhaustion the following night at 3 am or so. Saturday, I stopped by the adult only band gathering in the Yogidome only to find it crowded with children surrounded by hard partying adults. Again, more of their own rules they do not enforce. We could not pack up and get out of here fast enough the next morning, never to return. It was an expensive and restless weekend for the 3 of us. If you are into the kind of things I described in this review, please by all means go. If you RV for the reason we do, quiet and to get some quality away time with your loved ones, you might want to pass. I cannot stress enough the amount of drinking that seemed to define that entire weekend and the shear number of rules that are not enforced. They should consider not marketing their park so hard as family friendly.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We have stayed twice. Quiet, wooded and spread out. My grandson loves it here. People in cars respectful of children in the streets. NO GOLF CARTS! Campers separated from one another. Would highly recommend!