Date of Stay: July, 2012
Excellent customer service begins the moment one pulls up here. Whatever the need, owners and staff will surround you with as much help necessary to get you settled in. Then be prepared for the beautiful view of the hills over the lake and the serenity at night that overrides the "growth" factor here. Sure, the roads need a lot of attention but not because of the owners neglect but because of the county push. Yet, with a little less pressure on the gas pedal, one can do just fine. The sites are as most new parks. Never ending maintenance because of the users and not the owners yet the lawnmowers are on the go as often as possible keeping this park manicured as well as can be expected. The owners will go to about any length to accommodate quests to include having live entertainment every few weeks at THEIR expense. The Wi-Fi is on the house and is as dependable as any other but suffer from those who use up the bandwidth for Internet phone and long downloads. A little patience will reward you with a memorable stay. (Oh, the pool is immaculately maintained.)
Date of Stay: June, 2012
Out of inventory at the store and the coffee is awfully "free." Dangerous curves in and out, and the permanent quests are scary. Definitely expect a Bible Belt attitude.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
DON'T COME IN AFTER DARK IN A BIG RIG. Same now as last year. Absolutely NO assistance, difficult to park if towing. Sites VERY POORLY marked on a pole only and about 6 inches long. Owner SUPER paranoid. Put your nightly, after hours $$, in an envelope and drop. EXCEPT you will have no Wi-Fi nor codes until the office opens up, as owner is afraid that a drive by Wi-Fi thief might steal a directory from the front door and use the Wi-Fi for whatever reasons. Heck with the fact that your payment is now behind locked doors!! And DON"T expect any consideration from staff as they are unfriendly when one complains, and are/is afraid of the owners wrath if speaking up. I drove the park roads trying to find some way to get situated as the site numbers were almost invisible. Almost ready to diss it and park on the Fairgrounds entrance, a park co-host saw and heard my fifth circuit AND came off his shift, to help. Bless his soul, as one more circuit at 9:30 pm would have been all anyone could bear. This park would be closed if it were anywhere else.