Nice park, level sites, playground, friendly staff, and very nice camp store with necessities and souvenirs. Minimal highway noise. Small municipal airport across the street not noisy but it's revolving light had the dog next door barking until 2 a.m. so they left. This could be a great park if not for the water. It is irony, smells bad, and is slightly oily. Our white clothes came out noticeably yellowed, using our on board washer/dryer.
Very nice park for families in travel trailer or small fifth wheel but would definitely discourage big rigs. Arrived at dusk due to inadequate signage. No interstates signs yet but were told they have been ordered. We were led to our space by a staff member via golf cart over a very narrow ridge road around the edge of a nice pond and then up a very steep hill. Another guy showed up in a golf cart but was no help at all. Just the opposite; shining lights in our faces and darting all around as we were trying to park. There are many permanent travel trailer homes here but they appear to be well kept. They are making more camping spots in this beautifully wooded park but have several low cut tree stumps that can easily be missed in mirrors when pulling or backing that could cause significant damage to vehicles. Overall, nice, very quiet place a few miles from town with friendly, helpful staff. Great camping store with necessities and souvenirs.
Arrived late night. Only two open spaces. Upon inspection of our surroundings the next morning, didn't know how we got our rig into that space. Other reviews are accurate. Extremely tight turns so would definitely discourage big rigs. Also appears many spaces utilized by full-time dwellers. Over-priced parking fees.