We stayed here for a week. For an older campground it was pretty darn nice. The sites were gravel,but very level and had a decent amount of room. There were trees between sites and every site had a picnic table. The bathrooms and laundry were very clean and the staff was sure they stayed that way. The small family run campground had a very nice staff that was eager to help with any questions or problems. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed 2 nights. The cost was very high for what you get,but the only spots that had fire rings were $50 a night. The kids really wanted to roast marshmallows se we "splurged" for the premium sites. Overall the campground was decent,but had more than a few permanant type residents. Some of their trailers were disgusting. Run down,ratty,wrecks that needed to be in the wrecking yard. We were warned not to leave anything of value out as they had a theft problem at the campground. The pool was very clean and well supervised. When they finish the remodel of some of their sites it could be a very nice park. Kicking out the riff-raff wouldn't hurt either.
We stayed overnight. The park was very nice and the staff was exceptionally nice. All spots are paved and very level. Not much for privacy and the shade trees are still small. The bathrooms are very well kept,the laundry is also. If there was more for smaller kids to do,we'd definitely stay there again.
We stayed here overnight. It was a decent park with nice sized spaces. I would have expected more for the price we paid. Its basically a large gravel parking lot with blacktop paths to your site. The "grass" between spaces was over 6" tall and about 50% weeds. The trees are small and provide no shade,absolutely no privacy between spaces. The swimming area was pretty much free of Goose droppings and was fairly sandy. For the cost of the park we wouldn't stay there again.