Date of Stay: June, 2013
This is a very nice, peaceful campground. We decided to check it out for 3 weekends in a row, leaving the travel trailer on the site for the 2 weeks in between. We arrived and stopped at the office. We hadn't really decided on a site, so we went on a brief tour of the grounds. The sites are mostly on the large side. We settled on one near a creek bed and began to settle in. I noticed that the site had about the lowest voltage I'd ever seen on my monitoring device. After dark, a few more folks showed up and the voltage dropped under 100. Next morning we talked to the owner and he seemed to be disappointed that there was a problem. Didn't try to get me to tough it out like I was expecting. We found another site which tested out great except for a problem with the outlet wiring. Once that was corrected, we were looking good. Yes, there is a junkyard visible on the way in as others have said. But like many things that are ugly on the outside, this place is beautiful on the inside. It's also got a large (25 x 50) indoor pool, which is great for keeping the kids happy. Unfortunately that's all there really is for kids at this campground. I will return when it's time for a peaceful getaway without the kids. And I'm checking the circuits before I drop the tongue.
Date of Stay: April, 2013
This is a great resort campground if you like that sort of thing. The operators and staff are always visible and on the job. We have stayed at this campground for the last two Spring seasons. There are a lot of seasonal campers here, and yes, a lot of permanent structures. I've found most of these people to be very friendly and good-hearted. Every weekend, there are sponsored activities. Free, staff directed craft projects for the kids, candy bar bingo and adult bingo top the list. This is not a place to go and isolate yourself, it's a place to socialize. It's noisy and festive, but the people are generally respectful about it. This is one of my favorite campgrounds.