We stayed at Twin Rivers in July of 2011. As someone else mentioned, this park has GREAT potential. Besides the caregiver, we were the only other RV there and only a few tenters who arrived on Saturday night. It is QUIET, beautiful surroundings and spacious sites. But, none of the building are being used and the restrooms, though very clean and spacious, smelled of sewer gas - most likely because there were not used frequently. Besides a nice (but outdated) playground, basketball courts and obstacle course, there is nothing for children to do. Which is fine if you're a couple that just wants to sit back, read and enjoy the quiet. Sadly, we called to make reservations for Labor Day 2011 and the recording indicated that the campground is closed permanently. Hopefully, someone with time and money will purchase this beautiful piece of land that backs up to the river and turns it into a wonderful nature retreat for campers who don't need a pool or organized activities to have fun. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The campground shows so much potential. Sites were not mowed but we had heard they had a lot of rain recently. Site were a little off level, needed 4" lift to level trailer. The sewer connections were high on some sites. There is a trail that goes by a river but its over grown with weeds. Although the web site says paddle boats and canoes, its done somewhere else off site now. The kids liked the playground and obstacle course. I gave it a 5 cause I have stayed at worse places and it does really have some potential to be a nice campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.