Full timers since 2012. Having a grand time traveling north to south and back again. Do a little volunteer work in a campground for fun. Enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking and finding unique restaurants and wineries.
Date of Stay: July, 2016
Pulled in for a one night stay to find our reservation lost. Was assigned a small back in with water and electric only. Office staff friendly. Overpowering smell of nearby farm and lots of road noise. Dump station inconvenient and the one bathroom we used was filthy. Won't be back.
Date of Stay: April, 2016
Spent 1 week here on our way north for summer. Lovely area in Mammoth Cave Park. Golf course is pretty good and extremely affordable. Staff in campground was extremely friendly and helpful. Not much in area for restaurants unless you're looking for chain or fast food. Grocery store about 25 miles away. Lots of hiking and cave tours both at Diamond Caverns and Mammoth Caves. Lots of small towns to explore. There is a Amish community presence here. We will definitely be back.
Date of Stay: January, 2016
We were flooded out of another campground and ended up at this one. Owners very nice and responded to problems quickly. Very old park that has never been updated. Half permanent residents and half electrical workers. Bathrooms and laundry and landscaping needed cleaning. Many many loose dogs roaming around area. We were unable to walk our dog without a can of pepper spray and walking stick. Our rate reflected monthly rate. The residents were very friendly though and it was cheap. WiFi was good. We probably wouldn't return.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
Seems pretty expensive for the price. The lower rating reflects the bag of garbage I had to clean out of the half full firepit and the not very friendly young woman who checked me in barefoot. Our site was pretty clean otherwise and the park was clean enough except for a few annual sites that looked like a garage sale in a dump. It it well located in a poplar area.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
Spent summer here work camping with no prior experience with area. Beautiful park with spacious sites and lots of mature pine trees. Facilities are spotless. Pool is heated to 80 or 83 degrees. No mosquitoes and usually a breeze blowing so no air conditioning most of the time. Ice and wood delivered to site. Pickle ball courts and other activities available. Strict rules are enforced so the park is quiet and there is no speeding. Wonderful! Owner goes all out for major holiday with firewords and cookouts. Close to all tourist destinations. Will definitely put this park on regular rotation whether we work here or not.
Date of Stay: April, 2015
Absolutely beautiful area with lots to do in park. Beaches are lovely and some are quite secluded. Lots of birds and wildlife. Blue Angels practice over Fort. Wonderful! This is not a resort so don't expect perfect. Its old with narrow roads, older bathhouses and sand every where. The staff was friendly and the facilities were pretty clean considering usage. Its a great value. We had to park our truck in overflow due to shorter site. Thats okay. We'll be back!
Date of Stay: October, 2014
The only reason this park does not rate higher is the horrible condition of the road to the campground. It's barely two lanes with deep drop offs and very winding. There are many deep pot holes and its very steep. I don't know what you would do if two big rigs met going opposite ways. The campground itself is very nice with clean bathrooms and a very friendly camp host. They have lots of nice trails and are close to several tourist destinations.
Date of Stay: September, 2014
This park is suffering from a lack of cash. The grounds are not mowed more than once a month. The water pump was broken requiring you to fill tank at host site. Dump station filthy with feces and toilet paper all over and back wash hose broken requiring you to use fresh water pump. Very unsanitary. No ranger at gate shack ever. No security noticed during our 5 days there. Beautiful park but campground almost unusable.
Date of Stay: May, 2014
We had a seasonal site here this year due to family and we enjoyed our summer very much. Large sites, many with shade and a beautiful pool are the main draw. The manager is very nice as are her staff. The park has older bath houses and clubhouse but they are clean. The park is surrounded by woods and has a fishing pond. It is also close to Rockford, Chicago and southern Wisconsin. The Wi-Fi is iffy but it's quiet and we will be staying here again
Date of Stay: April, 2014
We stayed only for one night while traveling. We didn't hook up water or sewer or do much set up so we used showerhouse. Very quiet with very clean restrooms and showers (very old but freshly painted). Asked for a restaurant recommendation and directions to a diesel station. Received both from a friendly staff. Would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
Stopped here on way to Abilene. Used Passport America to get rate. Wonderful park with big level sites. Cleanest park I have ever seen. Would most definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
We used our Passport America card and paid $320 for a week. The park is located in an industrial park with a yacht repair business within a stone's throw. It is very noisy early in the morning. There is very little grass and it is very dusty. The pool area is very cool although the hot tub needed cleaning.The restaurant had good food and decent bands. The shuttle was handy and employees nice. Close to New Orleans with easy access to fuel and groceries. Would return.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
We called for reservations several months ahead and stayed during the off season. There were not that many campers there. The park is beautiful with a nice beach and great views. The onsite maintenance and office staff were very friendly and nice. It's off the beaten path but not that far. The only problems were the laundry was closed for renovations the entire 2 months we were there (the nearest coin laundry is 20 minutes away and very small), they had several campers with excessive barking dogs (I mean all day while the owners at work) even though they make you sign a separate pet form and the biggest issue is there is no onsite management. All questions require a phone call to an out of state manager. I had trouble getting answers to questions before we got there and during our stay all questions required a phone call. We did enjoy our stay and will come back.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
Large park with Koa inside of it. Would have been great if the campsites weren't such a mess. Our site was right next to KOA and had two hunks of moldy carpet, garbage,broken down picnic table and no fire ring. The KOA had neat sites that were mowed and nice tables. We drove around for half an hour looking for a decent site and most of them had no defined pad or driveway. Very noisy park due to large number of construction workers living there. We would not stay here again.