Date of Stay: February, 2006
This campground is very beautiful and less than one year old. However, they do not have any pull thru sites so parking a big rig is hard depending on what is parked across from you. Although children were allowed, they acted as though they discouraged it and are attempting to turn it into a 55 and older campground. The sign at the pool stated children under 12 need adult supervision and when my 12 year old girl who is an experienced swimmer on a competitive swim team was asked to get an adult or leave, they crossed out the 12 and made it a 17 right in front of her. They do not allow any campfires at all which was kind of shocking. They do not allow any outside storage of any kind or tents. However, there were obvious area construction workers that were camping there and had all kinds of storage on their sites. As stated the park was beautiful, but just not my cup of tea.
Date of Stay: July, 2005
This campground has an upper section and a lower section. The upper section has more shady and smaller sites than the lower. The lower section has large grassy sites. All roads are paved. There are two pools, a smaller one on the upper section and a large one for the lower section. There is a rec hall, arcade, tennis courts and horseshoe pits. This is a family campground. It is just seconds from Mallets Bay on Lake Champlain. There are several seasonal sites, predominantly in the back of the lower section. They have many scheduled activities including dances, holiday parades, etc.