Park has narrow roads and sites, road leading into the campground is one lane so if you meet someone you or they will have to back up. Sites are narrow for big rigs, park is not pretty. Good for one night, otherwise bypass and find something else - Tom51
We always enjoy our stay here. Very charming, great staff and all the amenities and family friendly weekend activities you could ask for. A little tight for bigger units, but we had no trouble getting in, around or out of the park with our 40' RV. Everything is clean. It is a little dates but that is part of it's charm, a good old fashioned like campground. All hook ups worked fine. WiFi can be slow when the park is full but usable. Most parks have WiFi issues since campers tend to abusive that privilege. We highly recommend this campground. - jnlo
For families with kids, I rate it an 8. For big rigs towing, a 1. They make an effort, especially on the weekends, to have lots to do for kids, who all seemed to be having a good time. Road to the campground is very narrow - could not pass another RV or truck coming the other direction; campground roads are very narrow and difficult to navigate with our 40' rig. Pet walk was up a hill that had been washed out by rain. Person at the desk gave us a route out of the campground that you could not navigate with a big rig towing. Would not stay again. - ElsieandKen
We were the only vehicle being used. There were a number of abandoned trailers. The swimming at the river was closed and is a hike away from the park. The advertised "museum" is run down and with unused equipment around. The caretaker was helpful. Would not recommend. - User2759
This was a one night stay at a 50 amp full hookup site. Entrance to the park was winding and narrow. We made our reservations online a couple days before so check in was easy. We were then escorted to our site. The park was mostly empty but they parked all the rvs together side by side on one row instead of giving us a little space. The sites were gravel and long enough to fit our 40' motorhome with tow but the site was also very narrow. Opening the slides made it feel like were right on top of the rig next to us. There were also few trees where we were parked so no shade.
There was a really big dog park near our site which our dogs really enjoyed. Everything else was closed for the winter and there was construction going on nearby and lots of noisy trucks and heavy equipment drove by often. I also was never able to connect to their wifi. This is a destination park that's really busy during high season. I would probably stay here again if in the area. - Flippitti
First Off - we will never stay here again! Secondly the facilities are very good and our RV site was good. We were trying to make reservations and wanted to check out on a Saturday - I was informed they were having a Halloween activity and would not allow checkout on Saturdays because of safety reasons because there would be so many children around and activities going on - we decided to wait until Sunday. The rates are absorbent! Over $100. per night. On Saturday truck loads of kids were in the campgrounds for Trick or Treat. We went to the store and bought candy to have for the kids. I was talking with some of the parents and they told me they were from the local area and car loads of people loaded up and came to the campground to get candy for their kids. From a security stand point this bothered me. In addition on Saturday we observed several RV's coming and going during the day. After discussing this with the management it was obvious it is all about the money and they don't care about the campers. The good thing is they will never get any of our money again. - Larry Jenkins
We camped here after the mass exodus of Labor Day weekend. We had the whole park to ourselves. I was struck on how nice the cabins, ponds, grounds and pools were. I would come back here again - no problem. Although I imagine it would be crowded during the summer months. - scarpacci