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Horrible horrible place... I can't warn people enough to stay away. The "Campground" is a stretch of grass about 25 feet wide that runs between the seasonal mobile homes and the lake. The land slopes drastically towards the lake, so much so that we couldn't get our TT completely level. The only way to get to your site is to drive dangerously close past other sites, ie between other campers and the lake. The bathhouse said it was built in 1973 and I don't think it had been cleaned since. The showers had a wooden grate suspended 1" over a DIRT FLOOR. Every step made the grate bow and hit the floor. I'm guessing it was rotted but I didn't want to get close enough to inspect. The lake swimming area was directly to the left of the boat launch! Dangerously close is an understatement. Very very unnerving to be up to your head floating and have boats launching not 15 feet from you. There were signs forbidding everything. Meanwhile the seasonal campers seem to have full run of the place, including their animals. Every activity costs extra. The owners and workers run around with out shirts and big beer bellies hanging out. Pay phone in lodge would not dial out. When we arrived at our pre-agreed upon time, found the driveway being blacktopped. Told we wouldn't be able to get to our site for 2 hours! They had my husband back up 75 feet, back up their driveway (the one lane that was open) and parked us in a temp spot. Told them we were leaving which seemed to get their attention. They had my husband drive over about 300 feet of grass, across the lawns of the mobile home owners, and BETWEEN two mobile homes, between which our rig barely fit (about 3 feet extra on either side) to get to our site. The day we left, a man from one of the mobile homes came over to us and politely asked us if the cinderblocks we used to level up our trailer were ours. Well, no, we told him, the fellas from the resort brought those. Well, it turns out that the resort guys took this poor old man's cinderblocks from his yard and gave them to us to use. This place is setup for seasonal, permanent campers and they really have NO business accepting other RV/TT campers! We camped at Head Of The Lakes Resort in a camper.Undo
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