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06/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Plan to boondock, although running of a generator is allowed between 8am and 10pm. Weekdays are less crowded than weekends. The sites around number 35 are very uneven and are of grassy earth. Basically, the sites are in an open field. Even with a negative the site allows plenty of room to relocate as desired to try leveling your Rv unit. Bathroom and bathhouse are within reasonable distance of sites and are regularly maintained. There is access to beach and fishing as one desires within driving distance.
06/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
An interesting place to stay, next door to a dairy farm. Small and tightly packed campsites, yet clean and well maintained. Grist Mill, Covered Bridge and other relics of interest on the property. Management is helpful and accommodating. We originally were staying 3 days but extended an additional 3 days. Nice location for visiting Amish countryside and other points of interest in our visit.
05/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
The camp personnel were most cordial and accommodating. They have been doing this a long time; they know what it takes to keep the business going and you happy. We were placed in a tree covered area on double sites (pull through type) in view of the stream. This was on the weekend of May 30 and 31. I do believe we received special treatment yet it seemed to be routine for the personnel. The ice cream is great too!
05/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Campground is nice and personnel are friendly, but sites number 63 and 65 may cause problem for a given camper. Fact: Both sites above had a nest of ants in the electrical panel. Located at site 65, we sprayed the panel box before setup and solved a potential problem. However, our traveling companyions did not fare well at site 63, as ants invaded their fifth wheel. It took one full day of our three days proposed sightseening to clean out the nesting ants. Campground compensation was to buy back our tour bus tickets at $20.00 per couple. When first reported they mowed the area around our campers and simply stirred up the ant nest. Being in a low wet area of the campground these ants were looking for high and dry and found it in the camper. The couple traveled two more days before finally riding themselves of these pests.
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