Date of Stay: August, 2016 - $31.00
This is a park that really caters to families and they do a good job. If you have a newer large motorhome they have a rally field and some pull thrus that will accommodate you. Our site was a pull thru in the trees, but had a hole where could get a satellite signal. Not all sites, except the rally field, will be so lucky. Sites and roads are gravel/sandy.
I enjoyed my stay and found the park to be easier to maneuver in than I expected. Signs to assist you to your sites location would be helpful. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Motorhome.
Quite a bit longer than my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Great campground with very friendly and patriotic owners. Very well groomed sites, with much variety and lots of privacy in the wooded layout. We will definitely return. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This was our 4th visit here and it is just a nice place with great owners. Our site has been great, large, level with room to spare. Some parts of the campground, near the water, put in by the original owners can be tight but you get a view. This campground was quite dusty this weekend with it being so dry. They water the roads to keep some of the dust down. The owners are always doing something to clean or improve something. Just a great campground. If there was a negative, it was with a few campers who feel the leash rule for dogs did not apply to them as one day we had 3 different dogs come after our dog. We will return at some point to camp again. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Travel Trailer.
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Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
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Plenty to do around the campground, sports field, beach, boat rentals etc.
We just like it here, clean, neat and nice owners. Our site was large. It fit the 35 foot RV as well as 2 cars and the ez up with room to spare. We bought a pallet of wood for $48 which was more than enough to last the 3 day weekend. We will be back next year. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Travel Trailer.
I read quite a few great post about Mi-Te-Jo Campground and decided to book a weekend there. We were so very disappointed. Although the campground is very clean, lots of activities for kids and the staff is excellent, the sites were absolutely horrible. In all the years that I have been camping, I have never, ever seen sites packed so closely together. It appeared as though the owners were trying to use up every single bit of space, at the expense of the campers comfort. There is no privacy and some sites should not even be considered sites such as the ones on the end of the loops. I wish that people giving reviews here would have mentioned the sardine packed sites. We would have spent our money elsewhere. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a real clean and neat park with wonderful caring owners. It rained half the weekend so we had to change our plans some but we had a good time. It was dry when we packed up - so that was nice. As for the campground, they have plenty of wood at good prices, a nice little store and everyone was friendly. There are games and things to do next to the store and office. One of the owners even took the pictures of our group when we were heading out. Will return for sure. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $40.00
This is a great park and very clean. If only it had a pool we would have given it a 10 and would try to spend time in the summer. My wife has a rule that July and August trips must be places with a pool as she will not go in a lake, river or pond. So for us, this is a nice off season campground, very enjoyable. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We had a great time, the lake was great, place was clean and neat. Rented kayaks one day and a pontoon boat from down the street another day. Will be back. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We absolutely love this campground. The owners are friendly and accommodating. It is immaculate and very nicely landscaped. Showers and bathrooms are very clean and the "porta-potties" have actual flush toilets in them. The beaches are nice with very little drop off. The ball field and playgrounds (2) are perfect for our grandchildren. Sites are large and for the most part private. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $38.00
We have camped here for years and it's easy to say that Mi-te-jo is the gold standard for what a family campground should be. The grounds and facilities are immaculate, there's lakefront access for swimming, boating, the sites are large and private, the owners are friendly and passionate about giving you the best camping experience possible. Our only gripes about the campground are 1. It is impossible to get a seasonal site. In fact, it might literally take a lifetime to even get on the waiting list and 2. Some of the seasonal campers think they own the campground and insist on enforcing the rules themselves, in the rudest manner possible. Despite that, this campground is worth every penny you pay and then some! We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $40.00
This is a well maintained campground. The owners take pride in offering friendly service and a camping experience with high curb appeal. The landscaping is beautifully done; there are flowers planted in several locations throughout the campground. Even the seasonal sites are clean and well-kept. For a large campground, it is very quiet and relaxing. We camped for four nights with two young boys. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We are still in the learning stage with a 40' motorcoach towing a 20' car trailer. I was concerned with getting in and out but no problem. We had the whole field to ourselves, all the other sites were full. The hostess is a delight, in person and on the phone. Nice experience and reasonable price. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $39.00
Since we only live 10.6 miles away, we use this as a place to check out a new coach purchase. We came in June w/ our newest one, to make sure everything worked, as it should. If not, we make a list, and go back to the dealer for the fixes. However, we like this place so much, we find ourselves coming here "when we need a break" (as we are doing now)! The hosts are so friendly, and ECO friendly. They are into recycling, and forest management. We have a 42' DP, and we can pull it right into the site, and leave the toad attached, if we wanted too. Each site has a fire pit, and pinic table. After each camper leaves, the help comes in and uses a York rake on the site, to level it out. Can't say enough good about Mi-Te-Jo ! Oh, our site has a 50 amp hook-up, also. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Motorhome.
One of our favorites! I have been going here since I was a kid. It closed for a while in the late 80s and early 90s and it's back and hard to get a site! Here's what we love: Good sized sites-- and a variety--shaded, pull-through, safari-type seasonal must keep their sites clean and neat Big ball field Good game room. Super clean restrooms. A few great playgrounds. Very nice owners and very nice campers. A full staff who are always out cleaning up. A good store. You can bring a boat and best of all--our favorite lake to swim in. It's clean, it's refreshing, it's beautiful, and you can walk out far! We try other campgrounds, but we keep coming back to Mi-Te-Jo! We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $40.00
Very nice park but the sites are really small. Staff was friendly and they had a control gate for security. Wonderful Lake. The only problems we saw are the seasonal campers. They act as if they owned the place and did not make you feel welcome. We camped at Mi-Te-Jo Campground in a Tent Trailer.