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Date of Stay:
September, 2006 -
When we arrived, it looked like we had just arrived in the parking lot of a Jimmy Buffett Concert. If there are rules at this campground regarding number of occupants on a site, well, they were not enforced. The noise was just b-a-d all night long every night. We took a walk around this "campground" just to see if maybe we were missing something. It seemed to have received good reviews from other people and we wanted to see if we were missing something. We decided we weren't. The "beach" is relatively non-existent. It's at least a 30 degree slope that is maybe 20 yards wide (and that's being generous), so don't go here for the beach. We didn't partake in the waterpark, even though we had 4 children with us, the weather didn't cooperate. It did look like the kids would have fun with it. We had a site (48, I think) that had an apple tree that kept nailing us with apples all weekend. Sound funny? It's not when you're sitting by the campfire. Take the tree down! Bathrooms *were* clean, however the stalls were incredibly small! So much so that you had to straddle the john in order to close the door! Not comfortable. I just would not come back to this campground! We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Ashland in a Tent Trailer.