Date of Stay: October, 2006
The park was easy to find (very close to 6 Flags) but the site we were assigned was hard to get into. The sites were too close together. The man behind us in a motorhome was concerned he would not be able to get out because the road between our site and his site was so narrow. We had a problem with our water hydrant. It got colder than expected and the hydrant froze. Not knowing what to do, we ran up to talk to the office about it and the elderly man in the office was mean and rude to us. He told us there were signs posted all over the campground about turning the hydrants off at night and that we would be fined if there was any damage. He also told us he would come down to take a look at the problem. An hour later he still had not shown up so we used a hair dryer to defrost the hydrant. There was no damage and we were glad we did not have to deal with him at our site. We looked all over the campground for the signs he was referring to (we stayed there for 3 days) and never did find them. The office was a disaster. It looked like a tornado went through it--in complete disarray and unorganized. There is also a lot of traffic and train noise all night long. We won't stay there again.
Date of Stay: August, 2006
This is a wonderful place. We stayed on one of their deluxe sites. It was a big site with full hookups. There are lots of things for children to do at the campground and there is an amusement park almost next door. It's clean and picturesque. Easy to get into and out of. We had a great time and would recommend this campground to others. We already made reservations for 2007.