We camped for a weekend in a 20' Class B, so it was a perfect fit for the small campsites here. We grabbed the last available spot in the Beaverdam area, where all of the sites were level with access to a nice trail head. We had a lovely host, who said it was slated to became an equine area in the near future. The biggest challenge was we ran into lots of mosquitoes. We were very impressed with this park overall and want to return soon and stay at one of the lake-front sites. The higher loop looked very nice as well.
We camped here on a Monday night and the campground was fairly empty. Because we were only in for one night, we chose a site on the hilltop with E/W only. Office gal assigned us a site but said we were welcome to change sites after looking and let her know. We drove around the hilltop several times trying to find a level spot, which wasn't easy. The most level one was next to the fence that separates the campground from the train tracks. We love trains, so it was a good match for us. It was fun hearing and seeing them roar by. Didn't phase our dogs a bit. Facilities were average; sites were small and a little rough. This campground's biggest asset is location, as has been said many times here. I wouldn't choose to stay here during high season and high crowds.
Lovely and well-groomed. The bathhouse was immaculate and had a very new look to it. Staff was accommodating, friendly, and obviously vigilant. Sites were comfortably spacious. We had one that backed up to a large open grassy area that was perfect for exercising our dogs, but which got a lot of sun -- maybe would be too hot in the summer. The other side of our loop had shaded spots that backed up against the trees. A large, round pavilion was a perfect party place, and the casino is a huge draw, of course. We are not gamblers but will go back for the restaurants and people-watching.
We chose this campground as our first RV outing with our three dogs in tow. What a great choice it turned out to be. The owners, and all the other campers couldn't have been more friendly or nicer. Truly good people. We spent Easter weekend here, and the planned activities were fun. The whole place is kept spotless. The bathrooms are individual and have a sink, shower, and toilet. They were constantly being cleaned and were kept immaculate. The dog grooming area was superb. The whole campground and experience exceeded our expectations. We have already made a reservation to return.
This is a beautiful old park that may be best visited preseason or postseason, as we did. Definitely only suitable for the smallest rigs. There were only a few other campers in the campground, very spread out, which made it quiet and extremely pleasant. Looking at the configuration of the campsites, which are all on one loop, I would expect it to feel very crowded in the summer when the beach and other amenities are open, and the campsite population is high. One of the staff told us that you can usually always get a site during the week, but that reservations are always preferred and are necessary on weekends when the beach is open. Nice hiking trails, and you do have to hike or drive to the beach from the camping area. Cabins looked wonderful and have lake views. We will try one of those next time.