We originally camped here in October of 2010 and were so impressed that we purchased a membership. We came back in April for the first time using our membership, thinking that maybe it wasn't as great after the initial visit, but were wrong, it was just as great. The only things not great were that we chose a spot near the satellite bath house because we have a disabled child, only to find that that bath house wasn't open, leaving us a decent walk to the main bath house (we in fact had to drive because the wheelchair didn't work so well over the gravel roads), and the cafe/snack bar we enjoyed was closed for remodeling (not inexcusable as it was the off season). The staff is friendly except for one person who must have been having a bad day (she was friendlier the next day). We can't wait to go back during the regular season to try the huge pool, event weekends, and battlefields.
We stayed here through Coast to Coast and will not be back! The office staff had an unfriendly attitude, we were put in the worst spot and told that was the only one even though we counted 18 available spots, the pool was green and full of algae, the restroom were dirty and had brown water, and the showers either didn't drain or had a broken shower head (your choice of the two). We informed them upon reserving that we had a child in a wheelchair and asked for a space near the bath house and amenities and were told no problem. When we got there the space was all the way in the back, as far away from everything as possible, except for the stables which were right behind us, giving us a lovely smell of manure and an unbearable amount of flies, so bad in fact, that we were unable to sit outside. The space itself was stuck on the side of the road and so small our truck didn't fit without hanging out in the road, we couldn't put our owning out but a little and our slide outs only fit if we pulled the camper way out close to the road. The activities we did attend included a hay ride where you had to sit on tarps, not hay, a bingo session where they had lost the balls and the person calling numbers chose at random from numbers called out by the participants (2 families). The "stocked" catch and release pond offered 1 fish, a 2 inch spot barely big enough to be bait, and a ton of ticks. This park obviously caters to members, everyone knows everyone else, and most were friendly to us, although they were loud at times. The only nice thing we found was the clubhouse, with a nice fitness center and restrooms, and a chairlift to get our wheelchair to the second floor, where the view of the mountains was nice. We have been avid campers for years and have camped up and down the east coast, and this was the worst campground we have ever been to.