Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $30.00
If you want a nice, leisure stay at a nice RV park, DON'T stay here. Even though we had paid for several days, we quietly disconnected and left very early the morning after our arrival. Slots are SMALL, there's no shade, it's not anywhere near what was advertised, NOISY till late night, kids on four wheelers and ATV's till late at night. I would not recommend this park at any $$ rate. The best thing about this park: we found Big Chief Park, it's very nice! We camped at Poppy's Pointe Resort in a Motorhome.
This was a very well maintained campground. The owner was out every day, working around the grounds, and was very helpful and polite. It appears that some people choose to rent spaces by the month, for there were quite a few trailers but not a lot of people. The camp is very quite, the pool was clean and very enjoyable. The kids were able to ride bikes, fish and swim and had a good time. This campground had a peaceful, family type environment We camped at Poppy's Pointe Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $35.00
To be fair, we didn't even get out of our Class C. We were so disappointed just driving through. The pictures on the website were so misleading. Looked more like a mobile home park that was way past its prime. Pool torn up, overgrown, just a mess. We literally just turned around and left without ever getting out. Lost our $35 but we still think it was a good decision to leave. Went to Canyon of Eagles, just down the road and it was great. We camped at Poppy's Pointe Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $20.00
Very nice campground. A little older than some but very well kept up. Owners very friendly and constantly walking around visiting and picking up any trash that might be around. All inclusive a little pricey. Lake down now but when full, water is right at your back door, 10-15 feet away. Fishing was good off concrete wall spring time. Swimming pool was kept spotless and plenty big. Definitely will go back this summer several times. Weekly and monthly rates are good. We camped at Poppy's Pointe Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This has become a predominately fishermans campground. There is a lot of traffic on the gravel roads in the campground. While some of the "premium" sites are adequate, most of the sites are very small and require tow vehicles to park in another area. Showers are available at $.50 for eight minutes. The overall feel of the park is crowded with boat and jetski trailers parked on all available open space. A good place to go if you are planning on spending your time on the lake. We camped at Poppy's Pointe Resort in a Travel Trailer.