Date of Stay: May, 2014
My husband and I have camped at this park dozens of times over the years. We recently returned for Memorial Day weekend and we're so disappointed by the changes we saw on the property. What was once a thriving RV community, is now quite run down. The on site store used to be very well stocked with not only groceries, but some sporting goods. The shelves were poorly stocked and very limited items. The beer and ice were so expensive, it's worth the 2 mile drive to Kays IGA. The bar has good service and friendly bartenders but the drinks are watered down. The laundry mat is still there but I didn't use it. The park sells deeded lots so some of the folks live there year round or for extended periods. There's obviously no age limit for the RV nor are there any housekeeping rules as some of the sites look pretty bad. The bathrooms showed the most wear. Literally half of the toilets were out of order. The shower curtains were worn out and dirty, the stalls were not clean and the ceiling had mold covering it. My husband says it was the same in the men's bathroom. This was Memorial Weekend, the kickoff to the summer camping season!! They purchased a garbage truck and removed all of the garbage cans. Campers are forced to drive their garbage down to the entrance. We paid $51.00 a night for two of us plus another $8.00 a night for a 2 more. The place was empty for a holiday weekend. The staff is friendly but the rates are way too high for what is offered. Sadly, we will not return again. We will however, stay next door. Hope this was helpful.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
We stayed in the free camping area. Clear Lake is a gorgeous lake that is riddled with trash, broken beer bottles, and human waste. Campers have managed to completely trash the grounds. The fishing has always been good when we've been there but after one night, I wasn't feeling safe and was ready to go.