We stayed there in June with our two children. The park was well kept and quite. We spent most of our time at the amusement parks but having the pool to relax at after a busy day was great. They also have a dog park that was a nice place to take the dog and play with him after being left alone all day at the kennel.
This is a very nice campground that is located near everything. We could walk to just about everything even the beach, we drove to the beach and parked at the public beach just so we didn't have to walk in the heat. Lots of free parking at the beach. The campground is very kid friendly. There were a lot of kids running around the park, riding bikes and swimming at the pool. My children made several new friends that week. The campground was quiet at night, security was visible just enough to give you a secure feeling not the I'm watching you feeling. We will definitely be going back to this campground.
The people working at the campground were very nice and helpful. The campground is well maintained and very neat and clean. The only draw back I seen was your door faces the door of the camper in the next site. If you don't know the people in the next site it can be uncomfortable. We had very nice neighbors. They had a tram that ran through the campground on a regular bases to take you to the amusement park, which was great, we never drove the whole time there. We stayed late at the amusement park for the fire works as did many other people but the tram ran until everyone was back at the campground. The kids had a great time. They have a water park in the campground that cost $6.00 a day, it looks like fun but it rained the last day we were there so we didn't get to use it.
We stayed at the Prophetstown campground this weekend and I have to say it's a very nice park. They have a great playground and bike trail. I seen more wild life at this park then any other. This was a very hot hot weekend and shade is hard to find since most of the trees are still small. This campground will only get better with age. The Prophetstown farm and Indian village was very disappointing it cost us $16.00 to get in, we walked to the Indian village on paths that weren't marked (good thing we can read a map) to find a few new vacant buildings and nothing telling you what you were looking at. At the farm we walked around and checked out the buildings and few animals but couldn't find any workers. I did see a guy in the field cutting grass. i could have stopped at any farm and seen more for free. At 3:00 pm we went back for the milking of the cow and did find a very nice young lady who showed us how to milk a cow then she was gone. I don't know if it was just a bad day to visit or if this was typical. I will be going back to the campground I thought it was very nice but I'll pass on the farm.