A very small park. There are 6 or 7 spaces here, all of which are quite shady. We shared the entire park with two other campers. It's very quiet here and when it gets dark, it gets dark! We are talking advanced darkness. Best night's sleep yet. Deer, raccoon, and squirrel are abundant. The sunrise and sunset were astounding. Tight turn at the dump station, though. I had to unhook the anti-sway bar to get out of there. Park personnel were very friendly.
The place is absolutely gorgeous. A real country feel to it. The spots are not paved, but they are level. There are lots of trees and a fishing pond. Barb's miniature horses and donkeys are a real attraction. She's proud to show them. We had a wonderful time and really didn't want to leave.
Very nice park! We were one of about 6 trailers that night. The park is not well known which makes it nice for people who hate crowds (like me). We had our pick of about 15 spots. The park ranger told us to just go down and pick a spot, set-up, then come back and tell him which one we picked. All of the sites have a view of the lake. My only complaint (if it really is one) is that the frogs get really loud at night. The sunset over the lake is breath-taking! I will be back!
The place is great! Cement drives and pads, picnic tables and barbecue grills at each site. I can't wait until those trees grow and make more shade. We had originally planned to stay here 2 nights then move to another park, but we asked to stay. Even though they were booked solid for the next two days, she got on the phone and started calling people who had reserved to confirm their reservation. With our luck, one cancelled and we got to stay! They went out of their way, on more occasions than one, to make sure our stay was most satisfactory. I WILL return!