Date of Stay: September, 2012
Our rate reflects Passport America rate. We camped here while considering possibly purchasing a Thousand Trails Zone Pass. Good thing we tried before the buy. Reservation process was slow. Took almost 15 minutes including a long wait while waiting for a "representative to assist". Unnecessary paperwork was "required on arrival". It was an attempt to collect marketing data. You have to find your own site. Site and interior roads are gravel. Site was unlevel. Noticed almost everyone had to add blocking. $3 resort fee for what I don't know and wanted $3 for cable per night. Tried to use the pool with kids and were treated aggressively bad by elderly "residents" who acted as if we were intruders. A complaint to the "ranger" generated nothing. We stayed 2 nights which was too long. Bath house in south end was unclean and smelled of urine. Playground equipment old rusted and unsafe for children.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
Park charges for extra people even when pool is closed and no activities are available. You have to pay for a satellite box for cable tv and it requires the wire to be pushed through a slide or a window. Management was indignant and said the kids could have petted the reptiles and ridden the train if we asked for it. No shade at all. Very little effort to make the park anything beyond a parking lot. Playground equipment was too hot for kids to use due to lack of shade. I saw them cleaning pool tile with toilet brush. Yuck!