The attraction here is being on the lake. For me it was an inexpensive place to stay for one night. Because of the rainy spring weather, the campground was not full and I had no problem getting a place. The owner came by in his pickup, and I handed him a twenty dollar bill through the window, no registration, no big deal. I stayed for one night on my way to elsewhere, and this worked well at a reasonable price. It's place on the lake, and opposite permanent residences. It was quiet save for a brief period of someone shooting off firecrackers. Other campers were quiet and virtually unnoticeable. I would stay here again as all I need is a place for the night. Very reasonable price for that. We camped at Frontier Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $20.00
Very small operation on the lake. Friendly people and we had no problems getting set up. But seemed pretty primitive tho we did eat at the small cafe that operates there. I was quiet except for one barking dog who quieted down as we went to bed. This is primarily a marina operation. We chose it because it was far from the interstate. We camped at Frontier Resort in a Motorhome.