Date of Stay:
August, 2013 -
This is probably a really convienent RV park to stay in for families who are visiting the next-door amusement park, that is, if they can find out how to get in. The entrance was not marked for southbound travelers, so it was very difficult to know where to pull in. The office sign was covered by a very lovely tree, so campers had to search to see where to check in. The park streets were not marked well, so it was easy to find yourself driving down the wrong way. The pull-in sites were along side the fence to the amusement park, where several animals were on display, which made for a pungent odor and lots of flies around our RV (I'm surprised that some animal rights group isn't in an uproar over the conditions/enclosures that those poor animals were kept in!). But since my Mama always told me to say something nice....the park trees were beautiful, the laundry room was air conditioned, and the helpful lady in the Subway made a great sandwich (but none of those things would ever make me return). We camped at Lagoon RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2013 -
This is probably a really great RV park for those who really wish to be way off the beaten path (10 miles off the main road!). Also you'd want to be mostly disconnected from the rest of the world, as even though they advertise a WIFI FRIENDLY PARK, the very nice gentleman in charge said that it is only available if you camp right next to the office (unfortunately our space was further away, so we there was no wifi service for us). The sites were quite littered, but we were told that a big wind had just blown through. And when we read the title "Resort" we generally hope to see a nicer, quality park with more amenities. The scenery was beautiful, but I'm not sure that it was enough so that I'd return. We camped at Junipers Reservoir RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.