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Date of Stay:
May, 2007 -
This is one of the nicest places we have camped. We spent 2 quiet, relaxing nights here in May. We reserved one of the double sites. We camped on one site in a tent and my in-laws were on the other in a pop-up. The double sites are huge. Actually all of the sites were large and there was plenty of space between sites. All sites that I had seen, were heavily shaded. I am not a huge fan of bathhouses, but this was the nicest I have ever used. The sites are not on the water, but it is only a short walk away. We could actually see the lake through the trees. We cant wait for our return visit here in August. We camped at Arrowhead Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay:
August, 2006 -
We had friends that camped here in a travel trailer and we wanted to tent camp with them but after calling they informed us they did not have tent sites. We ended up staying in one of the cabins they had. The cabin was extremely nice, very clean and spacious. There was a TV/VCR, A/C and a mini refrigerator. There was a small front porch with a portable type sink and a grill. It also had a nice deck built onto the side with a table and chairs. The only thing missing was a bathroom. The campground itself was immaculate. The pool was very full so I'm not sure whether they let people in that live nearby to swim. There didn't seem to be that many campsites for the number of people at the pool. The office was nice (not super friendly but adequate). One neat thing was a magazine/book rack that campers could borrow from. There was a small miniature golf course that was free which was nice. We would definitely make a return visit. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Campground Cabin.
Date of Stay:
July, 2006 -
We camped here for two nights with some friends of ours. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The restrooms were spotless. The site was fairly level for being on a mountain side. The access road into the park was pretty narrow and steep but not too bad. There were tons of activities going on the entire weekend. This park is definitely family friendly, they have nightly movies and other activities for kids. The only drawback we had was that we were in the B section which is located on a pretty steep hill with no shade. This section was a long way from the pool and other activities and the hill was so steep that we couldn't ride our bikes easily. Other than that, this is an extremely nice campground. We camped at Hidden Creek Camping Resort (formerly Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park) in a Tent Trailer.