This is the campground by which we compare all others. The bath house is immaculate and features huge bathroom stalls and showers that feature heated floors and huge shower heads. The indoor pool area is beautiful. It has a large kidney shaped pool and also has a hot tub with a waterfall that flows into it. Very nice. The sites are wide enough but I would not call them roomy. Our site was level and set up was a snap. Be sure to bring long hoses and coax cable if your hook ups are on the back of your RV. We cant wait to go back for our next visit.
Let me start by saying that we had a great Memorial Day at this park in spite of the park. I had made paid in advance reservations way back in February so that I could get the site that I wanted. I then called back a week prior to check in to confirm my spot. I was then asked what size my rig was and I told her it was 31ft. She said no problem. Well once we pull in she takes a look at our TT and says there is no way that trailer will fit in my promised spot. Instead of a nice tree lined site by the river, I end up in an open site with not a tree in sight. Well we set up and go down to the pool. Oops: the pool is being patched. Etc., etc., etc. With the above negatives the people are fantastic. Great staff and and very friendly seasonals. Speaking of seasonals, I would estimate that 75% of this park is seasonal camping.
Let me start off by saying that we really liked and enjoyed this campground so let me get the negatives out of the way. We stayed in site 101 which was a large sized lot with 2 nice shade trees but the "problem was that the fire ring, picnic table, trees and majority of space is on the "drivers" side of the stone pad which means that the door into the trailer is on the opposite side of all of our cooking and general campfire activities. We were constantly having to move our dog run back and forth depending on what we were doing. Besides that my only comment on #101 is that it took a bit of leveling but no biggie. The campgrounds bath house and indoor pool were very clean. The store is nicely equipped and all of the staff seemed very very nice. The lady who escorted us to our site was a trip. She warned me against skinny dipping in the lake with a wink. We only spent one day there but it was obvious there was lots to do. My son and I spent half of the day mountain biking while my wife and daughter went horseback riding. The rest of the day was spent fishing and eating way to much!
Overall this is a nice family oriented park that if not for a couple of staff oriented issues would have gotten a higher rating from me. Check in was very fast and while no one offered to lead us to our spot we were able to find it very quickly. The spot that I was given, D1 was not meant for a rig our size but we made do. If it had been a busier weekend it may have been an issue as we were not able to back the trailer completely in our spot and we did over hang the next spot by a good few feet. With that said our space was wonderful. Very well shaded and close to the very clean showers and bathhouse. The campground had outdoor nightly movies and hay rides which were fun. They even had a "wet" hay ride where they had water stations set up around the camp ground and as the hayride passed they soaked down the passengers. Now for the problems. Saturday dawned hot and sunny and the kids wanted to go to the beach at the lake. Once we arrived we noticed all the kids were out of the water. A parent told me that the life guard was on a 15 minute break. One hour later there was still no lifeguard. We telephoned the office and they told us the lake was closed for the rest of the day. The next day we decided to try the pool instead. We were told the pool was closed due to no lifeguards. We went to plan "B" and took our daughter to arts and crafts and paid the fee. About an hour later I look around the corner and the pool is open. Major staff communication issues I guess. We will return and try it again.