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Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $47.00
Stayed here during one of several Halloween themed weekends. Several activities were planned including trick-or-treating, costume contest, site decorating contest, haunted house and a few others. We had a site tht backed up to the lake, which was great because there was plenty of space behind our camper for campfire and the view was nice. Since it was October, did not use the pool or lake with beach although it looks well maintained and could be fun in the summer. Site sizes are average but I believe all of them have full hook-up. The entire campground seemed pretty level and access into and out of was easy. We'll be back in the summer to enjoy the pool and beach. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $36.00
Wi-Fi was spotty. , TV had very few stations. Cell Phone was limited. Park beautiful. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $40.00
The campground double-booked the site we were supposed to be on and kicked us off the site despite the fact we were going to be there with 5 other families, leaving us on a site on the other side of the campground. Most of the sites in the middle of the campground are small. They clearly are more interested in getting the most people in that they can, so if you don't mind feeling like a sardine or don't spend a lot of time at your camp site, you will probably be fine here. The amount of golf cart and car traffic is ridiculous. I have never camped somewhere that people literally cruise the campground the way they do here. All day and all evening the traffic rarely lets up. Most of the time it was too dangerous to walk our dogs. Speaking of which. I don't understand the $2 a day pet fee. Most places do that so they can provide pet playgrounds, trash cans, bags to clean up, etc. There is nothing like that here. Good luck even finding a trash can out around the campground. They did appear to have a lot of activities going on, and fishing is included with your camping fees (catch and release). One thing, in general it doesn't appear that the campground enforces many of their rules (number of cars per site, speed limit, quiet hours, etc), so keep that in mind. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $33.00
We attended a bus conversion rally here, and were pleasantly surprised by this park. When we reserved our spot, we asked for as scenic as was possible. Much to our delight, they assigned us a back-in spot along a pond and we had a huge shaded 'back yard' right along the water. It was lovely, and a perfect location for hosting friends for evening cocktails. Most of the other attendees were a bit envious however, as they opted for a 50A site, which are back-to-back sites that are much less spacious and less private feeling. Another score for optimizing our coach for 30A service. The campground itself seemed kept up to date. They had a nice laundry facility, a great little camp store with a grill and ice cream. There's also a nice pool. But even more fun, was the swimming hole in the old quarry. It's tremendously deep with fresh cool spring water. We enjoyed our afternoon cool off swims. The weekend did start to get a bit more packed in with families enjoying the location. But we'd definitely consider returning here with or without a rally, we enjoyed our visit. It did seem a bit pricey however, even at our discounted rally rate. However, we could not get their WiFi to work reliably, and the Verizon signal was almost unusable even boosted. Thankfully, AT&T 3G worked solidly enough to stream! We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $43.00
Not very impressed with this park. Had to use a 50ft hose to reach water and sewer was on opposite side of camper. This was a so called premium site. Staff was unfriendly and somewhat rude. Kids and adults walking through your space. Noisy. Would not recommend staying here. Will not go back. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $41.00
I have stayed at this park several times and have been very disappointed with the staff there they ride around on there golf carts patrolling the camp sites making sure it is quiet at 11:00,which is understandable but when your playing a TV that has no sound and they still ask you to turn it off is crazy. The rule is quiet does not say anything about electronics being played. When asked about the rule to the owner we get no answer from him. Very very rude.If you want to have fun and relax at a campground I do not recommend this place at all. To add to this the last two times I have stayed the showers where ice cold. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $43.00
Great campground & clean. Plenty of activities for adults & kids. Nice lake which is deep and clear, offering swimming and scuba diving. There is also a pool for swimming & a pond for fishing and boating. We stayed at a premium site on the lake, but lots of other sites are nice. We have stayed here several times a year, and it is considered one of our must go to campgrounds. You wont be disappointed. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $17.00
Rate reflects Campclub USA. The $2 a day fee for our small dog did seem ridiculous, since you are required to clean up after your pet. Not sure what the $2 is for. Nice park, fairly convenient to I-70. WiFi was sporadic at best and very slow, even though we were directly across from the antenna. The grounds were well maintained. Did not go to the pool, as it is open to the public and always quite crowded. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $39.00
Good campground. We were in a site along the back field and it was quiet. They have a lot of great things for the kids to keep them busy, swimming, mini golf, pool and lake for swimming, more than 1 playground. we have been there twice and will be back again next year or maybe even this fall. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $32.00
This is a very nice park, well taken care of. We had a lot of water on our site, but it did rain a lot for two days. Big sites had a lot of room, and they did have some activities for the kids, but it was for more younger kids, and I have older kids.The girls in the office were very nice and helpful. We kind of wish they didn't let non-campers in the pool area but just the beach area since we are paying to camp there. We would go back, and we would have if a camping club hadn't bought all the sites up for one of the weekends we wanted to go there. There were sites left, but they were all the way in the back and not full hook up. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2008 - $37.00
Some beautiful spots but the nice ones don't have 50 amp service. Busy place, especially on a holiday weekend, but that's to be expected. I was promised a 50 amp site, but didn't get one. To be honest, my 30 amp site was far superior to the really tight 50 amp sites but their attitude could have been better. As far as I know, there is no cable TV here. Try the diner right at the entrance for breakfast. great food and selection. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $34.00
I LOVED this campground! It was dumb luck that we found it and I'm planning on stopping there again this year. This campground has an awesome quarry for swimming as well as a regular pool. There's a dive board and two platforms out in the quarry. A dive shop is on the premises for those who are certified, but we had a great time enjoying the sandy beach and clear water with a rocky bottom. :) In addition, there are all the normal amenities that I crave, such as WiFi, Cable (only some sites), lots of pull throughs, grass and level sites. :) There is also a nice store and snack bar. The employees were pleasent, helpful and friendly. We only planned an overnight here, but we had such a great time that we stayed a second night. I'd love to find more places like this... Can you tell that I like it? :) We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $32.00
We camped here overnight on our way to Vermont, and again overnight on our way back. Because we arrived late both times, we were unable to enjoy the pool (although it did look very inviting), but DD and DH were able to shoot hoops a while and DD played on the playground equipment, while Baby and I did swing in the porch-type swing. This is a very nice campground, very clean, with beautiful trees. The sites were level and easily accessible. DH said the shower facilities were nice/clean enough. A plus for us was the WiFi. We didn't even try television reception, but cable is available for a price. The folks in the office/store were friendly and helpful the mornings we left. We will definitely stay here again when we are traveling through the area. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $31.00
Large grass pads, wonderful lake & grounds and extremely helpful staff. Big rig access is excellent. We will stay here again. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2005 - $32.00
A nice family campground that was very busy. The staff all in all was very friendly and Bingo was great fun as were the paddle boats and pool. But, the owners were not overly friendly and at times a person could feel as though they were being scrutinized for everything simply by the looks they got from an owner. We went to tour the campground before deciding to stay and the reception we got at the gate made us feel as though we had asked to do something illegal. They gave us a car pass for 11 minutes to drive through the location and were told it would be hard to see lots of the area from the car- which led us to believe we could drive through but don't dare step out of the vehicle. they really get you on the extra fees for things like 50 amp, etc. so make sure you check that out before you book here. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Tent Trailer.Undo
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