Date of Stay: March, 2012
My husband and I were invited here, after we purchased our camper, for a "Free" weekend. Facility is so so. The "youth room" and "adult room" features old furniture, and the TV in the youth room was smaller than the one in our camper. The facilities need definite upgrades. The restaurant was the highlight of our trip. Catfish was amazing. Here's where they lost us.. 2hr & 15 min sales pitch which was strong armed, aggressive, and downright rude. They pitched us the whole "Membership of a Lifetime" pitch. $10,000 +$395 yearly membership fees. We weren't impressed with their facility, but didn't feel we needed to be rude and insult them, so we politely declined. The female manager took over, and began talking to my husband and I as though we were idiots. She resorted to using our eldest son as a means of pressuring us. When she used the "don't you love your children" tactic, I stood up and walked out. Do not be deceived. As soon as you decline their timeshare offer, they turn nasty, and resort to dirty sales tactics. We will never return.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
My husband and I traveled here with our 4 young boys to watch the tractor pull show. Our site was nice, and we were surrounded by nature. The campgrounds were very quiet, and there were other children out riding their bikes. There's a playground within walking distance, and lots of nature to enjoy. The Henry Horton Restaurant offers a buffet, and was a nice way to end our weekend camping trip. No frills, but very enjoyable. We will definitely be returning.