Massive tree issues. The employee said all sites were the same and that we would have "no tree problems". It was scary. The entire big rig section has tons of low hanging trees. We had to change sites. We could not have gotten in or out of any of the pull through sites without hitting multiple trees. I watched another large rig have to plow through trees to get to their site. The park appears very old and full of long term renters in old, run down, trailers with lots of "stuff" stacked all around. You also have to pay $5 a day for Internet, which makes absolutely no sense. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We went to Roundup Lake in May for Memorial Day weekend. It was very crowded, they can really pack in the campers. They have a nice lake that you can not only swim in but also fish. The bathrooms were dirty all weekend and not clean once in the 4 days we were there. The other negative is they allow golf carts. There were several very young kids riding around in golf carts. The positive is they have a very nice store with lot of items to purchase. It was very well stocked and you could find pretty much everything you would need for camping. The staff seemed nice too. The campground was well taken care of besides the restrooms. They do allow pets and the Wi-Fi had a great signal the whole weekend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just stayed here one night ($20 with Passport America but only one night and very limited dates). We loved it! We had a giant spot with beautiful leaf trees. Close to one of the 4 playgrounds. Well looked after, clean. Used the laundry which was clean. Some seasonal but no permanent trashy trailers. Huge, beautiful lake. Very positive. This used to be a Yogi park from what I understand and some of the reviews surprise me. Maybe it is under new management as I did not see anything Jellystone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.