We were weary because of the reviews here but overall, it was nice. And we were able to reserve 2 months before Memorial Day for the holiday, which is rare. Other than the fact than we, and most other campers, were packed in like sardines, it was a nice, small, and friendly campground. Most campsites backed into 1 or even 2 other campers, but there were enough green fields to run in. Also, if you took your dog out to the field, you didn't have to clean up the mess. It's paved and there are lots of grassy sites. It's surrounded by a golf course and a farm, which makes for nice scenery. It is kept up and clean. You do have to request a fire ring and fires are only allowed (fire ranger law, according to the campground) after 4 pm. They have trolley rides and 2 playgrounds, and a pool.
Overall, a nice campground. There is a secured gate at all times. You need a card to get in after hours. There are pine trees to separate most campsites. They do charge a $5 visitor fee each day, which is high. The store was pricey. Alot of playgrounds for the kids. There is no petting zoo, as put in their website. It does have a fishing pond and putt-putt. All road to get there are curvy, but manageable.
A very family-oriented campground with gospel sings and popcorn pops. There's putt-putt, a pool, fishing, and trails. They are friendly as their name states. Just a little noise from the nearby highway.
This park was a big one with lots of activities for children such as a playground, putt-putt, game room, lots of walking, fishing and a water park being built on premises. The only drawback was it's close to the highway so the traffic was noisy. Overall, good place.