We will never come here again. This is the first time my family has camped without doing a drive through and we will never do it again. The place looks like a camper junk yard. It's 90% seasonals and most of them are 1970s vintage, old, rusty, covered in rotting tarps and moss. Most of their seasonal sites are overgrown and full of junked patio furniture and weeds. I wouldn't doubt if most of them are abandoned. Because it's mostly seasonals, the people are rude to the weekend people. The kids wouldn't "allow" my boys to play on the playground and we're mean to them by the beach, as the owner watched and did nothing until I stepped in and took my kids back to our site. The game room is dirty and the newest song on the jukebox was from 2003. I took one look at the bathroom and decided I'd rather pee in the woods. The sites are VERY unlevel and the electrical is FRIGHTENING. Not to mention you'll need at least 20 feet of cord to reach it. Never again. We camped at Lazy Days Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
If you must stay, bring lots of hose, extra electrical cords, a surge protector, and LOTS of leveling blocks.
We stayed here 6 weeks while visiting friends in this area where we used to live in a stick house prior to full-timing. So the rate was monthly. They include ALL your electric usage plus water and 2 honey wagon pump outs per week, Monday and Friday. They do have seven pull-through sites with sewer hook-ups, however that area is in the busier area close to the restroom/showers. They also have a nice laundry room. The place is on Green lake, it's very pretty and the fishing is good, However none of the sites are directly on the lake. The park staff is very nice and friendly. The restrooms and showers are clean however we never used them as we prefer to use the ones in our own place. The roads are narrow and gravel, however I had no problem negotiating them with the 1 ton truck and 37' trailer. There are quit a few seasonal trailers parked in various places through the park and they do allow older units to stay so when you first come in you may think it looks junky. we parked all the way towards the west of the park away from the lake and it was very nice , and very very quiet. Lots of nice shade trees but I was still able to set up my dish and get a strong signal the whole time we were here. The sites are very big 40' x 60'. They only open from mid April to late October, as many parks do in this area. Overall we did really enjoy our stay here and will be back next year when we return to the area. We camped at Lazy Days Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $36.00
The land was nice. We spent 6 weeks there and got to know things pretty well. Lots of shade trees. Roads are small for getting your rig in certain sites. Lots are not level at all. Hookups are practically dangerous! You can feel the power surges inside your unit from outdated hookups. No dumping, only a honey wagon twice a week. Sites are not marked well and very confusing to find an available site because of this. The lake is a nice feature. They have miniature golf for smaller children. Play equipment doesn't seem to be much. People are friendly and helpful. You will pay for everything there though. If you opt to shower, you pay .25 cent for 3 minutes or something like that. Overall, it "could" be nice, but needs some serious upgrades. I would not stay there again, unfortunately. We camped at Lazy Days Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Unlike the previous reviewer, we stayed here, but never again. The owners need to spend more time maintaining the park. The sewer connection was just a hole in the ground, in fact I had trouble finding it because the grass hadn't been cut for weeks. Water and sewer were together, but the electric was on the other side. The sites are not level, are narrow, and not clean. The best sites (and there weren't many) are taken by seasonal renters. The owners made sure you knew if any rules were broken, they would not hesitate to kick you out. Yet, the family next to us had 2 dogs, that left their "calling cards" on our space. The old campers, motor homes, and broken down cars made us feel like we were camping in a salvage yard. We're new to RVing, so we haven't stayed in a lot of parks, but this one was the worst (so far). We camped at Lazy Days Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2004 - $33.00
Like the previous reviewer, we did not actually stay here, but checked it out on a drive through before making a reservation. Scary! Seeing the field-like setting, we asked if there was an area that had more trees. The area that we were directed to was down the road and around a curve. Some areas were flooded, the entire area was overgrown, and every site was filled with old campers. Think battered, rusty with parts hanging off--not vintage and well maintained. We had to drive slowly to avoid bottoming out the truck on the rutted roads here. We high-tailed it out and will not be returning! We camped at Lazy Days Campground in a Travel Trailer.
I have to say that we did not stay here. We drove through, and drove right on out. The
property looks as though it could have potential. That said, it has to be noted that it looks awful right now. We don't consider ourselves to be terrible snobs, but we drove all through this campground, up and down every road, and after seeing the seasonal sites and how they were kept, we left. We saw garbage on the ground, junk piled up outside seasonal sites, it really gave us the creeps. This did not appear to be a place where our two and 3 yr old would be safe. The "playground" was actually an old tire surrounded by weeds. I have never before locked my doors traveling through a campsite, but we did here, and my husband didn't even laugh at me for doing it! It doesn't look anything like it looks on the website. We camped at Lazy Days Campground in a Travel Trailer.