We've visited this park annually for their fall harvest weekend celebration. Each year we say we won't be returning, but someone convinces us to do so. The staff is rude and unaccommodating. The posted rules are selectively enforced, such as speed limits and vehicle parking regulations. Very few sites have grass, as most are mud. The sites are large. The planned activities are nice. We won't be returning unless there is a change in management.
This is a nice park for the most part. We were escorted to our site upon arrival, and the gentleman helped us get situated on our lot. The lots in the back portion of the park are shaded nicely, though the ones in the front are not. The lots are too small for me to give a perfect rating. The pool area was clean, but it was crowded at times. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a nice, newer park. It appears as though very little expense was spared when this park was built. The access roads and sites are wide and level. The camp store has just about anything that you may need, including homemade pizza and hand dipped ice cream. Restroom facilities are spread throughout the park, rather than having only a single location. The private lake is large and clean, as well as the pool. The only drawback is the lack of shade over the RV section. The tent sites near the back were shaded though. There are trees planted, and there will be plenty of shade when they mature.
Our visit was enjoyable. We were met by security at the gate, who escorted us to our site, directing us to "pull through" the vacant site behind ours, making it easy to get situated. Staff was visible throughout the entire weekend. Despite not being advertised, Wi-Fi was available, and it worked better than at any park we've been to. The facilities were more than adequate. The only reason I rated 9 was due to two brief power outages (less than 10 minutes each.)