Overall we liked this campground. It has a lot to do for families. There is a nice pool, small swimming pond, a river to fish or canoe and a couple of playgrounds with sturdy equipment. We also liked how wooded the campground was. For tent campers I thought the sites were great. They offered a lot of privacy and there we sites for large groups and small groups. However, for us (in a 25' trailer) it was difficult to park and get around in the campground. The sites are somewhat elevated from the road and I needed to get a running start to get the trailer up over the bump. We also had to ask our neighbors to move their cars so that we could get out when we were leaving. The wood we got was oak but very wet. We gave up trying to get it started the first night (it started after we went to bed). Even though it is a tight fit for us we would definitely go back. The pool, the activities (horseshoe tournament, corn boil, etc.) and the playgrounds all made for a pretty nice family atmosphere.
This campground is now called Four Star campground. It changed hands in March 2007. The new owners seem friendly, yet unorganized. We were assigned an area when we arrived. Each area A, B, and C has about 20 sites. The tag we got for our car just had an area (B). We paid $32 the first night. I only paid for one night because of my first impression. I paid for a second night and was asked to pay $35. Each night, the store had different personnel. The sites themselves are very small. There was enough room in Area A for a 28 foot trailer and a picnic table then the next site started. If the campground were more crowded I would have had a rough time backing into a site with my 25 foot trailer. With little room for the trailer; there is almost no room for your tow vehicle. So the people across the street parked along the street (making backing in tough). At this moment I can't recommend the campground (and probably won't return), but the owners are planning more improvements. The pool is nice and the playground equipment looks new. The sites are just too small for my taste.
I don't normally post bad reviews, but this campground should be avoided. I read the other reviews and they are correct. The road into the campground is awful. It took us about 4 minutes to go a quarter of a mile. There is a Welcome Center that is vacant, and a guard shack that has a phone for you to call to tell someone you have arrived. We only found this out by choosing the wrong road and being told by a permanent camper that we were in the wrong place. There are no signs to help you. The pool was under construction. The swimming lake is small and I would never swim in it. The two playgrounds we saw were very old, missing swings and rusted. The area is heavily forested, but the sites that are for day campers are cleared of trees so there is no shade. The campground was so rundown and in poor condition that we asked for a refund. Be aware that when I asked for a refund, the cashier had to call the owner because as she put it "he doesn't normally give refunds".