Date of Stay: June, 2006
When we arrived I went straight where I should have turned to the left. I stopped because I wasn't sure where our spot was and the office was closed, as we got in around 7:00 PM. Two men in a golf cart arrived shortly after that and told me to follow them, but to look out for the low branch over the road. I looked back and found the top of my travel trailer less than a foot from the branch. I worked my way around it and followed the golf cart to the spot. I was going to have to make a U turn on the property to get to my pull through site, but first stopped at our spot to drop off the wife and kids, who had to go to the bathroom. While off loading them the golf cart went down to the end of the road and waited for me. I noticed an older man walk towards the golf cart and the driver of the cart and older man began to argue. The driver of the golf cart came flying out of the cart and confronted the older man, who ended up being slapped in the face and then grabbed by the head. The two men disappeared and a few minutes later the older man returned driving the cart, got me turned around, and into my spot. The campsites seem bunched together and the roads are tight to say the least. The electricity and water is between two sites so one trailer is on the hookup side and the other has to hookup by dragging under the trailer to the off side. In my brother in laws case, who was next to us, he had to plug in his electricity in the front of his camper. Thankfully he had an extension cord. The sewer hook up was slightly below ground level and covered by a split rubber plug and rock. About 2 AM on Sunday morning the wife woke me up saying the AC had turned off. I checked the breakers in the trailer and then at the post, both were fine. Then I noticed the burnt smell, the plug had shorted. Nothing like a trip to Wal-Mart at 2:30 AM for a 30 amp extension cord. We were able to hook up to a vacant site with the extension cord. On the way back from Wal-Mart I noticed something new on the marquis out front, "CAMP WORKER NEEDED". Guess the younger guy from the fight was fired. We were glad to see checkout time come around on Sunday. As we were leaving the wife went in and voiced our displeasure with the campground. We won't stay there again. The older man involved in the fight earlier did come to our campsite on Friday evening and apologized for the altercation we had witnessed. There are several permanent/semi permanent setups, some trailers and some mobile homes.
Date of Stay: April, 2006
The park is located on River Road, probably as close as you can to the river without putting pontoons on your camper. Roads were asphalt, sites were gravel with concrete pad for picnic table. The sites are large enough to park your trailer and then your tow vehicle beside it. Small grill on site. The grounds were clean, but tent campers destroyed the bathrooms by the weekend. River access is easy from the concrete ramps. There are shallow pools in the river perfect for small kids. We have a another trip scheduled in August... I can't wait.