Date of Stay: July, 2011
Family reunion ruined! We reserved sites for 10 travel trailers, 5 months in advance, not one was in same area. We explained that we booked way in advance, they assured us we would be together. We complained, they told us to leave if we did not like it and would not refund our deposits. The site was a death trap, 4 legs coming down the water sprayed electrical hook up. 7 wires per breaker lead. Water? Not enough pressure to brush your teeth, forget about doing dishes. Went swimming and cut my foot. The 16 year old life guard was told by her supervisor not to use too many butterfly wound closures because they were expensive. I got to cut one in half. She closed the wound full of sand. They did not even want to see the jagged concrete where I cut myself. Band aids are cheaper than concrete repair. The pool has a nice array of floating band aids and oil slicks, watch out for pink eye. Overall, nice concept but the owners are not running a resort. They are more interested in filling their pockets with your money. Stay away from Clay's park.
Date of Stay: June, 2011
Nice place! Swimming pool for the kids, fishing lake and nice store. Ice cream shop was nice to go to. Level sites, friendly, helpful staff. Will stay here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
Very nice, family friendly park dedicated to the children under 12 years old. Many staff directed activities for the kids. Safe playgrounds next to camping areas. The shower / bathroom areas are the cleanest I have ever seen. Nice roomy sites, safe electrical hookups, good water pressure. Fishing lake has many catchable bass and bluegill right from shore. Kids caught at least 5 each with worms on a hook. Highly recommend Yogi of Mantua!