Date of Stay: August, 2011
This campground was very well maintained. The playground for the children was very nice. It also had bench swings next to the playground for the parents to watch their children at. The restrooms were the nicest I have ever seen at a campground. There were individual bathrooms with a sink, shower, and toilet. This made it very nice to be able to take the whole family to help with kids showers. They had some nature walking trails. These were grown over in some area, but had pretty views.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
This campground had a nice, modern playground for the children. The pool was also nice and very refreshing on a very hot day. Overall we did not like this campground. It was mostly set up for seasonal sites and not weekenders. There were many modular homes throughout the park so you felt like you were staying in a trailer park. Also all the seasonal people had golf carts and would not watch out for people walking through the park. The site we were give was down a large hill with lots of trees. It was very difficult to back our pop-up into I could not imagine trying to get anything else in there. Our campsite was also divided by a creek and our picnic table and fire ring was in the middle of a woods with TONS of mosquitoes. We were also placed about 3 blocks from any sort of bathrooms which is not considerate given they were told we had a pop-up (which usually do not have bathrooms in). The lake was very dirty and the beach area was surrounded by boat docks so you could not even see the lake besides the little area they had blocked off. The mini golf course was not taken care of and not usable. I would not stay here again.