Date of Stay: March, 2013
This is a beautiful park. We are parked right next to the office so our view isn't the best in the park, but you don't have to wander far out your front door to see the lakes and enjoy the grounds. They have a well manicured dam that splits the lake and you can walk out and sit on the far side. They have picnic tables at every site, and have added bench swings and shade trees at strategic points along the lake so that you can fully enjoy the beauty. The owners have even added doggie doo stations around the park for pet owner convenience. While they do not have any amenities like laundry, public restrooms or a pool, they do have propane on site. I really like that you can pick up the latest Red Plum advertiser in the office for local coupons, and they also have catalogs and business cards for local businesses like Schwan's.
Date of Stay: February, 2013
This park was our very first experience at RV'ing, let alone full time RV'ing and we really enjoyed our time here. The grounds are very expansive and they have three different areas to choose from for your preference. There is a large open field with no tree coverage, there is a center island with some nice old growth trees between the sites, and there is an upper field that lets you back up to the tree line for some shade. We stayed during the colder months so we didn't have access to the pool, but the pool area looks nicely kept and it is a good size pool with a deep end (salt water). The bathrooms were clean and the laundry room was sufficient for the park size. We have four large dogs with us and they were welcome in the park, and we had plenty of room to walk in two huge grass fields, and cut in paths. The staff were just the nicest people to deal with in the office and the only reason we have moved on from this site is because it was too far from my husband's work to be convenient.