Date of Stay: October, 2005
We stayed here for four days while taking in Silver Dollar City. Very convenient and the free shuttle to and from SDC was a big plus. Some tight spots in the road, but always able to maneuver. They are big rig friendly but also have some really small sites. When you call for reservations ask for the site dimensions before reserving to make sure you have no problems. Very clean restroom, shower, laundry and game room. The pool was closed for the season but looked to be a nice accommodating area. The general store stocks just about everything you could need along with some items from SDC, which is a nice touch. The employees were friendly and helpful; one gentleman helped guide my husband into the site and even went and got wood planks to help level the trailer. Most sites in the back have a pretty, woodsy setting while some along the front are nice but would have some road noise. The fire rings are movable to the location you chose on your gravel site, which is handy. We loved the lamp post at each site (with your own on/off switch). The cable TV is a huge plus and they have recently added WiFi. We checked into other campgrounds in the immediate area, including the popular one we have heard so much raving about across the street, and found none near as nice as this one. We felt they were extremely reasonable in price as well. I would rate them a "10" if they only had concrete parking pads, but that is just our preference. We really enjoyed this campground and look forward to the next visit.
Date of Stay: August, 2005
We spent a week at this campground and loved every minute! The grounds were beautifully landscaped with lots of flowers and everything was well kept. The pool and hot tub were very nice and clean as well as the showers and restrooms. The combination office/store building also housed a game room, internet area, showers, restrooms and laundry room. The surrounding perimeter of the building had lots of rocking chairs and shade to sit back and relax. There was a nice playground area with a basketball loop right in front of the guest house/recreation hall. I have to admit getting your RV into some of the sites could be a little tricky, ours in particular was a challenge. The front sites are larger and paved, the back sites were smaller and mostly gravel. The back sites are also primarily seasonal campers. They also have two cabins for rent. The bike trails provide great access to Holland State Park and the beach. Our site was right next to the communal fire pits, (individual fire pits at the front sites are not allowed due to a local ordinance) so we could enjoy a fire started by others without having to "mess" with making one! The campground is very family friendly and our two boys really enjoyed themselves. A week here was not enough and we will definitely be returning.