First, let me say the cost of the site is more expensive because the rate goes up during First Monday Trade Days. This is a much different experience. I would call Mill Creek a luxury rv resort because of the amenities. You have full hookups that can handle the largest rigs. There are two gorgeous pools and several stocked fishing ponds. (They are small fish, but they are fun to catch and release. All it takes is a little bit of hot dog and the hook!) There is also a restaurant with live music on Friday nights, but we prefer to walk right outside of the resort to this little taco trailer. In terms of a different camping experience, if you go for Trade days bring your walking shoes. It is huge with a vendor for every taste. Mill Creek is doing it right because they provide a shuttle service which is nice because you don't want to have to find parking there if you don't have to. They have a beautiful pavilion and lovely little cottages which I think would be great if you wanted to go to Trade Days with someone who didn't have a motorhome. The cottages are adorable. They have recently added walking trails, too. They also have a dog park. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. I gave it a 9 though because they lack charcoal grills and I disagree with any of the sites being waterfront. Highly recommend this resort and Trade Fair Days.
We stayed here over Thanksgiving for a total of three nights in a motorhome. First, the staff was incredibly accommodating. We were immediately informed a a Thanksgiving potluck starting in a couple of hours. We didn't take advantage, but it was nice to know they were going to the trouble. When I originally booked the rv site they did not have a waterfront spot available, but when we arrived we were offered a pull-in waterfront site (#74). It was amazing. We had incredible sunrises and sunsets the entire stay. The lake is huge, and we kept commenting that it looked like we were actually on a bay on the water. The park itself is very well laid out with smooth paved roads and very level paved concrete pads. Each had a fire ring and a picnic table. I will say that if you aren't waterfront you will spend most of your stay staring at rvs in front of you and wishing you were, so spend the money and book early. They also have a boat ramp and marina, so if you wanted to bring your boat you would have a slip. The small store onsite had firewood for sale, and when we went to buy some they immediately offered to deliver it. This was great because we didn't have another vehicle. There is also a restaurant and bar onsite with great lake views. We ate there one time, and it was okay. Prices were reasonable, service was great, and the food was okay. They also offer boat rentals, a pool, beach, playground and spa which we did not take advantage of due to the season. However, there were tons of birds and even a huge bass that kept jumping up in front of our site. It would be a very happy fisherman to catch him. I did give the resort a 9 for a couple of reasons. First, we were surprised to find the sites did not not have charcoal grills and, though the resort is quite large, it only has one dog park tucked in a far corner. Overall, a great experience that I would recommend.