We camped here on Memorial Day W/E. We were put out in a field where the water line supplying the campers is above ground in the sun with the water being so hot that you could not use it in the camper without running it for about five minutes, which, of course, fills up your gray water tanks quickly in a no sewer hook-up site. The power is supplied by number 6 Romex residential wire to regular outdoor receptacles...so your adapting from 50 amp plug in down to 30 amp plug in down to regular 3 prong adapter. (They charged an extra 3 dollars per night for us to use A/C.) I complained about this before I even hooked up and was assured it would be fine. I was told that the line was backed up by 60 amp service and would cause no problem. The first afternoon, with about 8 campers on the line the power tripped, on the line, about 4 times. By late evening there was approximately 20 campers using this totally inadequate service.It stayed on all night, thank goodness, but started tripping at 8:30 and tripped several times, before fire started shooting out of the side of the building where the power was supplied. We lost power immediately and, though the utility company was called out quickly, it was apparent that the problem was going to exist even after they repaired the severely damaged equipment. I worried the entire time that my A/C and other equipment might be damaged. The management did not want to hear about the problems and were not very friendly. In my opinion they were obviously trying to make as much money as possible without spending what it takes to be sure that campers are getting what they paid for. I got my money back for the remaining two nights of my reservation without any hassle and left in search of another place to stay on Memorial Day W/E. Also, many of the sites throughout the rest of the campground are very difficult to get leveled up on. There are about four showers in the somewhat clean rest room and about 5 toilet stalls. You had to hold the handle down several times to flush the toilets (which many people obviously had not done) and when you did this the water in the showers cut off almost completely. What a mess...they must have about a two inch water main coming in. These folks are trying to get by on a shoestring. I will never go back here again.
This is a very nice campground with about half the sites on a beautiful creek and the other half in view of the creek. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. The road access is a little tricky but certainly not that difficult and the campground is more than worth the small amount of inconvenience. I pulled a 32 foot fifth wheel and made it fine. As someone said in another review...don't use your navigation system once you get off the interstate. Just make sure you follow the directions given by Woodall's or the campground web site. The sites are level and do accommodate large rigs. There are at least 5 35-40' motorhomes here right now. The area is nice, the campground is quiet and peaceful and the creek is relaxing. I will definitely come back!!!