Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $14.00
Decent place. Showers are good, laundry facilities not so much. The washers stink! Overall it's a decent place. The people who run it are extremely friendly and helpful. I would definitely return, but I'd pass on doing laundry. We camped at Hide-A-Way Campsites in a Motorhome.
The park has a country atmosphere. Easy driving with gravel roads and sites, some shady. The park was clean and well maintained, so much so, that management appears to favor the seasonals when it comes to navigating around the park. Just follow the driving rules, they are enforced. All utilities were up to specs, but had issues with the laundry machines. There are no sewer hook ups, but there is a dump station. A candy wagon makes the rounds but it costs. I haven't decided if I will return. We camped at Hide-A-Way Campsites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $20.00
Rate is the Escapees discount rate. This place is okay, just okay. Most sites appear to be those of seasonals. Would have rated this campground higher but for three things. (1) No sewer. (2) The laundry is just one regular size washer and dryer. The cost is $2.00 a load. The highest we've encountered for a washer and dryer of this size. Only cold water allowed in the washer. My load consisted of one set of sheets, one towel, three sets of underwear and socks. The towel was still very wet as were the socks after going through the dryer. I was not about ready to sink two more dollars into it. (3) There is only one overhead light in the bathrooms. Therefore showers very dark and the floors are all concrete. Wear shower shoes! On the positive side - it's a clean park. Grass always cut. Pool appears well tended. Person at the store helpful and friendly. Bathrooms and laundry room clean. We camped at Hide-A-Way Campsites in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $28.00
CLEANLINESS in RR/Showers best ever seen! Totally impressive: no bugs, flying or crawling! Great power, water. Easily leveled our MH. Quite a few overnighters and seasonals. Wonderful heated pool, game room, covered picnic-party area. Very well stocked store. Fishing pond. Perimeter sites have abundant shade (am-pm). Best sites are along west side for late afternoon shade. Basically all sites are convenient to facilities. We definitely will return 2012. H-Irene put damper on this trip. Rated as 10 as it is the among the best of the best we have seen with comparable services: electric/water. We camped at Hide-A-Way Campsites in a Motorhome.
Owners said the park first opened in 70's but they bought it in 2008, and have been making improvements. Their efforts show. Initially thought the park was only a few years old as everything looked relatively new. Heated pool was very clean. Wife rated her shower an 8 only because she has used a new KOA facility room. Wi-Fi only available at the Rec hall but that building was new, clean and had outlets to power the laptop. Would definitely stay here again and can highly recommend this campground. For the price it was definitely a 9 or possibly a 10. We camped at Hide-A-Way Campsites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $28.00
The park is secluded and located a few miles from town. It is an older campground but is being re-worked to stay up to date. The owners are very friendly and live on site. Wi-Fi only covers a small area but is free. The facilities are clean and well maintained with some recent upgrades to sites. There are no sewer connections at sites but there is a central dump next to the office and a pump out service is also available. Propane is available in the park. My only negative is the lack of sewer connections at sites and the Wi-Fi range could be extended. We only stopped here for two days but this would be a nice place to spend a summer. We camped at Hide-A-Way Campsites in a Fifth Wheel.