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Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $50.00
The lady in the office greeted all of us with a big smile. She went out to our site and directed my husband into the spot. We did not have a fire pit with us do she went and found one for us to use. Very private and quiet. The lake was beautiful. They had just put 800 lbs of trout in it before we arrived. Can not wait to go back. We camped at Pine Acres Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $42.00
Full hookup site, with 3-channels of cable TV and WiFi (free but slow). Picnic table, no fire pit. The Office has basic food and plenty of fishing bait and tackle. Dirt and gravel sites, semi-level. Showers cost 25-cents for 3-minutes. Some road noise from Hwy-20 but not too bad. Nice fishing dock and club house. Helpful and friendly staff. We camped at Pine Acres Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $39.00
Small RV Park, dirt and gravel, some leveling required. No discounts offered, we had one of the four, full hookup sites, which are back-ins. You'll need about 25' of electric cord and water hose to reach the box as "some, not all" of the sites have it located on passenger side, and you have to go under your RV to connect. Wi-Fi worked fine, cable TV has four channels. Restrooms were clean, showers have a quarter machine slot. A nice covered fishing dock, roped swimming area, multi-purpose building, and small boat launch. Some highway noise at night, but not bad. Staff was friendly and informative. We camped at Pine Acres Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $34.00
No discounts for RV associations. Small Park. Roads to the park are narrow. We had reserved one of the 4 sites that have sewer hookup. It was in the trees that blocked our Satellite antenna. We moved to another site to be able to us the satellite. Their Wi-Fi worked very well. Sprint Mobile Broadband was in roaming area. The sites are narrow. We could only stay 4 days because they said the park was booked for the Labor day weekend. I found out later, that people book this park for the various holidays 1 or 2 years in advance. During our stay the park was mostly empty. Roads and sites are gravel or dirt. Only 2 restrooms by the lake. One for men and one for women. One toilet and one shower in each. Shower was 3'X 3' as well as the dressing area, so not much space to change. Shower's cost 25 cents for about 3 minutes. With only 4 sites with sewer, you must dump as you go out. If someone is dumping, there is no room for someone else to come in or go out. There is noise from Highway 101 which is just across the lake. So you can hear some road noise. Sandy beach area for swimmers. Boat launch and dock on one side of park for fisherman. They do have kayaks or pontoon boats for rent. We camped at Pine Acres Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $32.00
Nice setting on a lake: but with a busy, truck-filled highway on the other side, and sound carrying well across the water, only the hearing impaired will enjoy a drink on the lakeside deck. Has gravel sites with trees overhead, no shrubs between sites. The sites I saw had one utility pole for two sites, which I did not notice until I parked my trailer, then had to snake my water and electric connections under my trailer. Too far for my TV cable, but there were only four network channels anyway. No problem with the septic connection, because you must dump on the way out. Some full hookup sites listed in the prices, but the clerk didn't offer me one so I guess the few people here occupied those sites. Wi-fi: I could connect to the router, but couldn't use it, even with my directional antenna. Slow Verizon aircard network available. One more thing: $2/day for my small dog. Came to $29 + tax. Not worth the price from my point of view. We camped at Pine Acres Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2007 - $25.00
This is a small park on a small lake. We spent one night and would stop again. You could get a 40' in if you are a really good driver and the place wasn't full, we had a 35' motorhome. Spaces are small and dirt. There are cabins and an area for tents. Other people there said the place is packed in the summer. We camped at Pine Acres Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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