Our favorite campsite ever. The only thing we dislike about it is the disgusting bathrooms. I don't think anyone cleans these things at all. Other than that, we have a really good time cruising the loop, taking pictures and camping. We play in the creek a lot with the kids and at the end of each day walk down and get some ice cream. The rangers here are mostly friendly (with the exception of a few rent-a-rangers), but for the most part, we really enjoy camping here.
Extremely rude staff. They were rude to my sister who came to visit us. They made her pay for my six month year old niece, and watched everything we did during their stay. There is NO SHADE, and if feels like you're camping in a parking lot. Horrible place to camp, will never be back.
This campground is ok, the staff are nice and the bathrooms are clean. However, our entire stay here consisted of walking through mud because there wasn't enough gravel on the sites or the driveways. We constantly had to clean the floors to our camper due to the mud. There's cable TV lines running everywhere along the ground. My daughter tripped over the cable wires twice and once skinning her knee. There wasn't enough room for us to open our awning due to a tree sitting directly in front of our door as you opened it. The picnic table was dilapidated, out-dated and extremely small. The firewood bundles are way over-priced at $5.00 per 4-5 pieces of wood (which burns in about an hour). They charged us $3.00 extra just for having two kids instead of just one. The sites are very tiny and almost directly on top of one another. The third night we stayed here, we met another couple who directed us down the road a half a mile and paid $10.00 for enough firewood to last us a week. (If you turn left out of the campground and go about 1/2 a mile. Just past this church there is a white trailer with wood sitting out in the yard everywhere. The guy is very nice and will even help you load the wood, should you stay at this campground.) Do not pay $5.00 for 4-5 pieces of wood. Also, the so-called creek there that "supposedly" has fish, is about the size of our bathtub in width. There is NO fish in that little creek. It should be called a "rill" and not a creek.