We liked this campground a lot. Very few sites were occupied at this time of year. Beautiful setting with good views. The campground work/campers were very friendly and helpful, as was the owner. The last 1/4 mile to the campground is a gravel road, but it was in good condition, and not too dusty if you drove slowly. Since we don't use campground pools, and have satellite television, this campground had everything we needed. We will definitely stay here again if in the area.
We arrived about 4:15 pm and the office was closed. A sign on the door said to pick out a space and leave payment in a drop box. I was walking out to the campground to pick out a site, when the owner drove up. He recommended a site, escorted me to it, and told me to leave payment in the drop box at the office. I positioned the coach in the site and connected to the 50 amp shore power, but got no power. Yes, the breaker was on. I plugged in my Power Pal analyzer, and it confirmed there was no power. The 30 amp outlet worked, so I connected to it so the coach could start cooling down. I then connected the television cable to the campground cable and checked the tv signal. The tv signal was pretty poor. The general condition of the campground was pretty dismal. I did not go into the office, and I do not know if they had a bath house. The trailer parked in the next site was not more than 8 feet from my coach, and I had not opened my slideouts. The adjacent trailer appeared to not have been used in several months. There were other units nearby that appeared unused and were in very poor condition. I did not connect my water or sewer. By this time I had decided I would not stay in this campground. The first time in eight years of travel back and forth across the country that I have taken a site and did not stay. I disconnected everything, and called the owner's cell phone and advised him that we had decided not to stay. He had left the premises shortly after escorting me to the site. The cell phone # posted on the office door had the wrong area code, but my wife figured out that the area code was the same as for the office phone. Trailer Life rated this campground 7-8-8. What a joke. I wonder how long since TL inspected the campground. We drove to a nearby Wal-Mart and spent the night.
We were here for two nights. Most sites were empty except for the permanent sites. This is a nice campground, and we have been here several times in the past few years to visit relatives in the area. It is the most convenient full hookup campground to our relatives. At $44 per night during this apparent off season, this campground is over-priced.