This could be a great place, but it is disgusting, scary, and not safe. Too bad such a large area is used by squatters, and long term living. Do not stay here. We camped at Four Bears Casino & Lodge in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $20.00
We did not actually stay here. Paid the $20, drove to our site and then decided to pull out and keep going. First off, you need to check in at the marina, but it would be nice if they had some signage telling you where the marina actually is. Roads are haphazard and not marked well at all. No maps of the campground, only one large arial photograph on the wall in the marina. My husband turned down one "road" only to find it blocked by someone's construction equipment. Place was full of trash, run down RV's, tents and misc. This place has potential, but I think I'll wait a few years and watch the reviews in the future. We camped at Four Bears Casino & Lodge in a Fifth Wheel.
This is another park we haven't visited in a number of years. It was a lot worse than I remembered. Although there appear to be more than the 30 sites listed above, most sites are occupied by extended stay customers - lots of boats, pick ups, and older RVs. We checked in at the casino hotel, drove the quarter mile to the park, and found our assigned site occupied by a fifth wheel that had obviously been there a while. Many of the sites are double pull-thrus but the sewers are placed so that only the lead RV can hook up easily. The second RV must have extra long hoses to reach the sewer. The bathrooms, showers, and laundry were filthy. Even at only $13 a night, it is not worth it. It certainly appears that the only maintenance that is ever done is if the aged utilities are not working. Only good for fishermen and casino customers who can overlook the really pathetic conditions of the park. Lest you think this is a losing gamblers revenge, my better half won over $300 during our <20 hour stay. OK, I lost $10. We camped at Four Bears Casino & Lodge in a Motorhome.