The sites were fine, but the campground only get a 6 in my book. One, they advertise on a big sign "Full Service Campground" but there are no bathrooms or showers and no Wi-Fi. Then there's the gate at the entrance. It mentions in the paperwork that the gate closes when the pro shop closes. No hours mentioned. No one said, if you are out late, here's a code or a pass. We returned at 10:06 and found out the pro shop closes (later) at 10:00. No one around, no one answered the phone. We had to park outside the gate and walk up the driveway to the farthest site in the park. Then we walked back to check for something in the van and drove in right after they drove out. No one seemed to care. We would try the other campground next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Signage to campground limited. Parking to register was also car park for golf course and Go-Karts. Office staff efficient and friendly. Access roads to sites well maintained but a little narrow. Large flat grass pull-thru sites with full hook-ups but only 30amp electricity. The sites have landscaped trees on edge of sites which gave some shade but do not make you feel enclosed. Good solid electricity and good water pressure. Quiet location. Good base to do the energy tour run by Saks Power. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of room and privacy. This is a quiet well supervised family oriented place no unaccompanied teens are allowed. Activities include challenging well maintained executive nine hole golf course with a couple longish par fours (320 yds+), driving range and mini-golf. Outstanding go-cart track, Honda carts situated out of site and sound from camping. Outstanding Walleye fishing on reservoir within 10 minutes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a large county park with a busy golf course adjacent. The campground itself is well away, by the river, and quiet. Lots of large trees, the sites are well spaced. Recent renovation work is evident, as several sites are still very soft dirt (not compacted yet) and the connection posts are brand new. Thanks to those renovations big-rig access is now possible with caution, but several sites are definitely to be avoided by any long or high rig (tight spots and major overhanging branches); still, we had no issue with our 40' high-profile rig. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We would give this park a "0" if given the choice. This was, by far, the most dismal park of our 6 week trip. The sites were not just uneven, they were a mud hole! The restrooms and showers were so bad we would not even use them. You could not use credit cards, only Canadian $ or debit card. I would suggest going to a motel! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.