Very nice clean campground. Restrooms/showers were extremely clean with GREAT water pressure in the showers. The only draw back is that it is right next to railroad tracks: a train goes through about every hour. However, we were using a fold down camper: perhaps with a travel trailer or motorhome you would not notice the noise. If you stop here and do not feel like cooking, be sure to try the roasted chicken at the Dandy Dairy. YUMMY!
We are so glad that we did not go by the review that was posted in 2010, decided to check out the campground first. This campground is quite acceptable, clean, cement pads for the camper and picnic table. The restrooms were clean, however the water pressure in the women's shower is a tad weak. The water pressure in the men's in great. I would like to see hand soap added to the restrooms and possibly an air vent as it does get steamy. There is about a 2 block trek from the campground to the restroom/shower facilities. The campground overlooks a small lake that has quite a bit of activity with geese and ducks. If this type of thing bothers you, don't stay here, however we like the outdoors and it is not an issue. There is a municipal golf course next door, picnic areas, a cement walking trail and it is quite close to Archie's Waeside (for a great steak) and the fair grounds. The prior review stated that there was dog waste all over the campsites. There was not and all of the people with dogs that were there were picking up their dogs messes with bags and disposing of them while we were here. We had no issues with the camp host. He stopped to chat with us several times. Perhaps as noted in the prior review, you were grouchy with him: friendliness breeds friendliness. The ONLY downfall that we had with the campground was that it is fairly close to the railroad tracks and the trains can get a tad noisy especially at night. We found it was worse on Sunday night. However, we also were in a fold down camper so that would make it worse. We would NOT hesitate to stay at this campground again and are even talking about coming to next years Blues Fest. (Thank you Camp Host for the info.)