The good: Well maintained and relatively clean, the office staff are friendly, there are sites available on the Grand River and there's a great playground for the kids. The bad: The campground seems to be overrun by permanent residents that really take away from the visual appeal of the park. A lot of old equipment. One resident had a dune buggy. Another one had erected a plastic/PVC tent garage that stuck out into the road. Pets were unleashed. There were permanent residents coming in at midnight with cargo trailers. We camped with a 45' DP. They told us on the phone they could accommodate it with full hookups, but we ended up on a 30 Amp non-sewer site. The roads are gravel and very dusty. We would definitely not stay here again.
Incredibly convenient park with some of the nicest staff I've encountered in a facility. The maintenance manager took me around the resort in his own vehicle to find me the perfect site! Clean facility, sites are relatively level. If possible, get the back sites for an extended stay. They're much more peaceful. The only thing holding me back from a perfect review is the roads. They're very dusty! We will definitely stay here again.
We are staying here for a week to visit family. The office staff are friendly and the campground itself appears to be maintained. There's a lot of unharnessed potential here, but it needs work. The pull-through sites (the only sites that offer sewer hookups) are very tight and are "buddy" sites. You share patio space with your neighbor. Unless you know the person you're camping with, it's an unwelcome arrangement and one the facility really needs to give consideration too. Apart from the buddy site arrangement, it's very convenient and I'd stay here frequently. Unless you like to be packed in with people you don't know, you may wish to consider another campground.