Date of Stay: November, 2010
We were in the first loop nearest the entrance. The road was quite narrow and heavily treed. The loop was recommended by one pair of campground hosts, who were most helpful. They charge $1.00 for WiFi but most campers must bring their laptops to a building near the gate. The other campground host, a woman, was nothing short of rude. I will not go into the gory details but she has been written about before at the adjacent Cedar Ridge COE park. Beware! The park headquarters people are very nice and will reset the WiFi as needed. Narrow road, trees interfering with satellite signal, and rude host did not endear the park to us.
Date of Stay: December, 2009
This park is simply not for big rigs! Narrow paved roads and numerous towed vehicles impinging on traffic. Also the normal "exit" is padlocked until 7 AM.. Other than the above comments the park appears to be a very nice adult park. The Wi-Fi was excellent. Our rate was based on P.A. discount.
Date of Stay: March, 2006
I would NOT recommend this park because of it's poor electricity. We stayed eight days in this park in 2006. We were in a 42' M/H and the voltage was constantly fluctuating 103 to 132 volts. The owner worked on the problem almost every day but to no avail. Do you think he offered a refund or an offer to change sites? I will just let you guess, fellow campers.