Date of Stay: April, 2012
Seems to attract seniors and little kids. Will need to have vehicle to travel to stores and such. The general store is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and closes by 5. We got stuck w/o the general store our entire stay. The "lodge" is only open on the weekends. Swimming and mini-golf besides some catfish fishing is ALL the fun you can have. The ducks and geese love to be fed and will wander through your campsite scavenging. They make noise all day and way intro the night. And hold your breath if the wind changes course; next to a cow farm. We had an issue where our water hose busted late one night. The next morning I called the front office and asked about a "spare" water hose. No luck. Asked about the closest store in walking distant , the response... you don't have a car? So, no help from the staff. No offer for a ride, nothing. I was only staying 2 nights and didn't "need" a car. Especially when you think they will have a store available to you for "items" forgotten or need to replenish. Won't be back.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
My teens had a lot of fun at this resort. The swimming pool goes up to 9 feet with a diving board. Lots of events going on with a band too. Very active campground and very big. Has over 800 camping sites. Some are even nestled against the rocks. Would be wise to bring a vehicle to roam around the grounds. They have a shuttle to take you around the park too. I have only been here one time, during the summer and enjoyed it very much. We will be back.