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Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $56.00
The site that we stayed in was level and well big enough for our rig which was 34 feet in length. Some of the roads could be filled in and smoothed out. The price was a little high for what they had to offer. The pump out station need to be leveled or make it so that the RV's can lean toward the pump out not the other way. We camped at Cozy Hills Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $56.00
My husband and I really loved this friendly clean campground. Staff were very helpful and pleasant. They even let us in before they opened for season so we could make sure we would have an easy time getting in with our rig. They seem to have everything under control as we saw no overt drunkeness or rowdy behavior. There were children having a great time everywhere. I would definitely return to this great little gem. Pool was sparkling, activities plentiful. We camped at Cozy Hills Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $47.00
It is very scary to pull an RV into this park. They had to give us two sites and we had to park sideways just to get our rig in there. The campground is expensive to begin with and they charged for every single visitor that came to see us including my 6 year old niece! 5.00 per visitor and she was there with other family members for 2 hours! They also accused my friends husband of stealing firewood (Yes it was their exact words). We had a fire ring at our campsite and NO WHERE in the instruction sheet or at the store did they have a sign that you had to pay for firewood, yet they had 2 very large piles of cut logs near the sites, again with NO signs that you had to purchase them. We went down and got 7 logs. The next day they accused him of stealing the wood and told him to pay them 35.00! 5.00 per log! I think NOT. We did not pay and they did take back the 4 pieces we hadn't burned. The instruction sheet stated we could not cut down live trees and we weren't allowed to bring in our own firewood. After accusing him of stealing wood, he went to use the showers that evening and right after he got into the shower, the man that had accused him of stealing the wood turned off the lights to the shower stall with him in there! He yelled to him and he refused to turn them back on. They do charge for WiFi and forget using your DirecTV box or antenna, there are way too many trees. We will NOT return to this campground again. We camped at Cozy Hills Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $56.00
This campground requires phone reservations that are paid in full. This made our check in process very easy as it was done at the front gate without a need to park and go into the office. Every camper (and visitor) was escorted to the site by a staff member. We were offered help backing into the site which was appreciated. There is a beautiful new in ground pool. We found the buildings, grounds, and pool area to be very clean and well kept. All the sites are in a wooded location and there was no open field with big campers parked like sardines. We did see a few large 5th wheelers and class a coaches on some sites. Our trailer is 27 feet long and most sites were large enough for it to comfortably fit on. The Chickasaw Cafe is upstairs in the rec hall. We ate supper friday evening and had breakfast Sunday morning. he food was outstanding in both quality and quantity. The campground staff was very friendly and helpful. Quiet hour is 11:00pm and is enforced nicely by periodic patrols by staff members using electric golf carts. My family had a wonderful time and are looking forward to a return visit. We camped at Cozy Hills Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2008 - $56.00
This park has pit toilets (meaning a hole in the ground) in old wooden buildings. If you do not want to use them then you can walk a bit further and use the chemical toilets. This doesn't sound like any better option. Or lastly if you walk across the whole park you can use the one set of flush toilets. I feel bad for the tenters who would have to either walk all that way or go in a hole in the ground. Also they charge for their WiFi. Who charges for that nowadays? They are in the process of adding a pool but it is located in the private residence back yard and looks very small. We camped at Cozy Hills Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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