Date of Stay: June, 2007
Stayed for four nights at this park (fifth night is free when you stay for 4 nights but unfortunately we could only stay for the 4 nights). Staff was friendly and helpful. Had a nice pull thru site with full hookups. Sites are nicely landscaped with some trees and nice grass area for each site. Nice swimming pool area with a hot tub. Campground offered free breakfast every morning which include coffee, OJ, coffee cakes, cereal, bagels, toast, and waffles. Stay was thoroughly enjoyable. Only negative was some noise from the nearby interstate but it was not too bad. Would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2006
We stayed here during one of their special Halloween weekends. They had great activities for the kids - trick or treating through the camp ground, a haunted house (started at 7:00pm with the lights on for younger kids and at 7:30 they turned the lights off for the older kids) and a haunted hayride. Our 12 year old went through the haunted house twice and said he liked it better than the professional one went went to last year near home. The haunted hay ride was a ride on a flatbed trailer (no hay) pulled by a tractor. It drove through the campground where they had several employees set up at different areas to scare the riders. Everyone we saw really enjoyed the hayride. They also had a site decorating contest where the winner would receive one of there nights camping for free. Some people went all out and the decorations were something to see. The area was well kept and very scenic. There were few if any trees around the 50 amp sites but the rest of the campground was well treed. The sites are gravel but the premium sites have a cement pad under the picnic table and a standing BBQ grill. The restroom facilities were older but were clean. There are plenty of activities to do in the surrounding area. This is a very family friendly camp ground (especially on the weekends when they have their activities) and are also pet friendly. We would have given this camp ground a 10 but you do get a little highway noise in the sites up around the 50 amp sites but it is not bad. The treed sites are probably quieter. We will definitely camp here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2006
We camped here for 2 nights on one of their rustic pop-up sites that had a couple of shade trees. We had reserved 2 sites as some other family members were camping with us in a tent and had no problem getting adjoining site. The view is nice but there is not much to do at the campsite. There is a small playground but the kids had more fun playing on the rock formations. The pool is small but still good on a hot day. The lake was a good walk away up a hill and across the street. The staff was nice and helpful. We had a good view of the RV area and it looked like a cramped parking lot with no shade. It kind of reminded me of a can of sardines. I would stay here again in a tent or pop-up where I could camp on one of their treed sites but would not want to come here in a longer trailer or RV where I would have to stay in the RV area.
Date of Stay: July, 2004
Great campground. Plenty of trees and a great area. Did have one problem with electrical though. Whenever we would plug in our pop-up to the 15A power it would trip the circuit breaker. Our friend camping next to us tried to plug into the same outlet with the same result. Talked to the office people and they said they would not be able to fix it at that time as they would have to shut down power to a whole row of sites. This would not have been feasible as the campground was packed (this was during Leadville's Boom Days celebration). They did let us borrow the necessary hardware (adapters and splitters) so both my and my friends pop-up could plug into the same 30A outlet. Staff was very helpful. Would definitely stay here again.