We stayed here. Our site was way in the back. Had to walk 20 minutes to rest room, no port-a-potties!!! The restroom flooded with raw sewage and we notified the camp staff...they started yelling saying if camping families were not such pigs...well my mother who is in her 60's refused to use their rest room so we didn't catch diseases...BEWARE...go somewhere else until they get additional rest room facilities.
We stayed for 9 days camping. We would not have stayed that long but we had to prepay for the site. You cannot pay when you check in. You pay in full when making the reservations. The problem was during the day on weekdays, they run a daycamp. My children were not allowed to use the water toys or pool from 7am until 5pm. Then when the weekend came and the 100's of kids were gone, they removed most of the toys for the weekend crowds. We were very disappointed because the only reason why we came here was because of all the water activities advertised. However, we did enjoy the winery down the road! Very, Very, Very crowded. Our neighbor behind us...well their bunk of their pop up was up against ours and our neigbors awning was touching the back of our pop up and we heard their private conversations along with us having to keep curtains closed for our privacy.
The park was very nice. I loved the pine trees. However, My family knick-named the park Dell-Screw because the charged extra for this and extra for that. We had 2 adults and 2 children, 2 pets, pop up with no air and it ran us about $55 a night. It was not worth the money. Our camping friends had 6 kids and a Great Dane, we asked for sites next to each other, they ended up being about 2 blocks down and 2 blocks over. So we had to drive a distance to visit and we were scolded for driving, I guess they do not understand when a person has problems with walking long distances. We both agreed that we would never stay here. It was not for us.