Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $30.00
There are four concrete pads at the entrance to the site, but access to those pads is nearly impossible. The receptionist told us we could take our 42' motorhome around the paths of the campsite to come back into the site we were assigned. She didn't tell us that the paths were passable to smaller rigs, but not designed for big rigs. Swimming pool was green. Owner was pleasant, when he was at the campground. Will not go back again, under any circumstances. We camped at Dallas Pike Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $28.00
Park is located just off I-70. We stayed here for about a week. Noise from I-70 is not bad. My advise though it not to arrive here after dark, like we did, as there is only one way in and one way out. Roads to camp sites are rustic and winding. Office staff does escort you to your site so that helps. Some of the overnight sites are on very nice cement pads with plenty of of room. Cable TV offers lots of channels. This park appears to do very little in the way of maintenance. Roads, playground and pool are not maintained. We found the office staff to be nice and friendly. Wonderful shopping and restaurants nearby at the Highlands. Could be a great park if they would spend a little money to fix it up! We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped at Dallas Pike Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $28.00
Stayed here overnight to watch a Steeler came on cable. The sites are spread out and well shaded. The staff are very laid back and helpful. Swimming pool and grounds are not maintained very well and the playground looks old. Overall, not bad for overnight, cement pad site with deck and solid 50Amp hook up. Best of all site was $28. We camped at Dallas Pike Campground in a Motorhome.
I cannot believe anyone could rate this park as anything but poor. Granted once you are in your site it's not bad. Sites are concrete pad, and you are parked in a single file two rigs on a pad. The part that really is bad about this place is the way you get in. The road is dirt, approximately 1 mile from the office to the sites. It is the trip from hell going through the wooded areas, negotiating up and down hills through soft ground and stones. I thought I was going to get stuck on more than one occasion. Also having to make a 90 degree turn at the bottom of one hill trying to miss the trees and not take off my awning or the side of my trailer was enough to convince me I would never go here again! We camped at Dallas Pike Campground in a Fifth Wheel.