We used PPA. The office staff was friendly and offered site for us to use. There was road noise but we were not bothered as we used our AC. The owners dog left a present on the grass for us at departure and the lawn man was cutting in circles around us, I guess we did not leave early enough for him. The electric and water were good. It was peaceful and pleasant. I do believe I would avoid weekends when locals use the beach area. There are many seasonal campers here. We did not use the pool or see any activities.
I stayed here under the monthly rate of 400.00 per month. There is nothing fancy about this park. We had a concrete pad and full hookup with 50 amp. Stayed on the "hill" back towards the pool. The park offers Church services and the congregation is very welcoming. Check in is very informal. The park allows you to get mail. Staff at the "check in" goes over and above with being helpful. The restaurant is no longer open. The pool will be opening 5-17 and will not be open for the community this year. The roads are gravel and most sites have so many trees you can not get a sat. signal on a roof top dish. Very close to the reservoir so lots of seasonal folks. Not for overnight in my opinion but for long term call and see if they have anything open. They are family friendly but I did not see any activities.
This park is just in the process of getting ready to open and the owner, generously let us stay here. It will have 2 large bathrooms, a laundry room, 29 channel Comcast cable. Free wifi that works. A fishing lake. Nice management. Level gravel sites. There is a train across the street but did not bother us. There is grass and trees have just been planted. I would return again.
I called for their PPA rates and asked to make a reservation. They said to just come in. I did and was told they not longer had 50 amp PPA but I could now pay full price. I then asked for their Good Sam rate and paid 10 dollars more then I expected. WiFi is too week to work on cell phones or tablets, but lap top okay. The large rig sites are pretty level and covered with large stone style gravel, kind of like you are going thru a truck escape lane. Water pressure is high and they warn you of it at arrival.
The rate I had was $500 for a month. This is a good park for people working in the area who do not need to entertained. The long term RV area is a real mix of people. I used the mail box but no other sections of the park. This park is not fancy and there is road noise.
Nice level site, good power and 100 psi water pressure. Pull thru in a field. Follow the directions below for the pull thrus. The park has a for sale sign on it now. Make sure and call the location as there is no management on site. They are now only accepting cash and can mail you a receipt for your payment. We did not hear the road noise as we did not open our windows. It gave us everything we needed for over night.
The staff was friendly and helpful. The site was a pull thru and had some tree ruts, so be careful when walking. The park is clean and kept up. The power and water was good. I would return here again. The rate is the off season rate with Good Sams discount. There is road (like a highway) at the back of the park but inside our coach we did not hear it. Wi-Fi was good to use.
Called ahead and was met by a very nice man. He showed us to a site and helped get the power connected. The site is NOT level and lots of gravel. Overall, it is pleasant and convenient. Oddly most of the folks staying tonight were bunched together. Host was very nice.
We called for reservations and asked about a pull through for a 40 ft rig and 22 ft trailer. Host said he had just made one and we would be the first to use it. We fit but getting in from the driveway requiring backing up in the road. Well, he was a great host and even invited us to Bible study in the AM. The laundry is clean and has the largest washers I have even seen in a campground. Great cable TV but no channel guide. Several mobile homes and some perms but not trashy at all. I would come back. The site only had 50 amp.
Boy was this great, we stayed overnight and it was so easy. The WiFI was not good enough to go to our site, right outside the building. The Burger King was great for breakfast. Sites were very close but the convenience was a great trade off. I would return if in the area.
Very nice park with friendly staff. The park was very busy and we were shown to our site. However, we were shown through a deep dip that broke our trailer power jack. Park is clean, WiFI and cable TV work as advertised. Even had free popcorn at checkin.
It was easy to get to off the highway but we were put in the back row with a lot of highway noise. Even heard it with AC on and windows closed. Pool was closed. We asked for a site so we could use a roof dish and was placed where a tree was right in the way. If we got TV we could not use the sewer. Site was not level. Staff was nice but would not return if I had any other option, too pricey for what was offered. Wi Fi did work ok.
We stayed under Passport America and checked in after hours. The man said we could stay two nights and we paid for 1. In the AM we decided to stay another night and were told NO only one night at that rate. They did let us stay for a few hours using our generator. DO NOT FOLLOW GPS directions, they lead to a dead end road and no turn around point. Water and power fine.
We stayed here using Passport America. We stayed in the lower area near the pond. The pulling in was a bit dicey but worked out. We loved the privacy and peace. It is way off the beaten path but worth it. They have a dump station.
We camped here using Passport America. It was cash only and no receipt. We asked for a pull thru. We were directed to drive around the house and then to pull behind other rigs and "pull thru" the site we were shown. The laundry is standard house units (1 each) and you leave money in a box. The breaker boxes do not have breakers to shut off power to the receptions. The water is shared with a y and does not have back flow preventives. The sites are very narrow. The directions are poor and help is not given when you call, they just say "I do not know where you are". The hydro tubs are jetted tubs in the bath house. I would not stay again. There are many permanent residents here.
We stayed at this park under Thousand Trails and loved it. The ladies in office were a lot of help. There is a special area for those with pets and those without pets. The site has a pad for your rig, you have a patio, and an area for your vehicle. Loved it!
Pulled in after office was closed. Directed to leave money before parking (cash in envelope in box).They had the open sites listed. Went to a 50 amp site and after pulling in found only 108kw on our meter. Luckily we had not left money yet, we did leave. It was totally dirt campground with rusted power boxes. Not even worth it at 16 per night. The pull thru site was not long enough for us and car either.
"WE DID NOT STAY AT THIS PARK"
Do not listen to the office staff on how to enter. We were directed the wrong way, the clerk was more interested in talking with a friend then in us. The park was clean, laundry was busy and we even saw a rooster here. There are many long term people and some barking dogs.