Turned around and got our money back. Do not stay here, we didn't. Pulled in and saw how ran down the entrance was, went to check in, insulation falling from ceiling tile, fridge broke, everything filthy. Got our site number and found our site was filled with a camper with flat tires. Very run down and small sites. Never camped a night here, and never would. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Do not come to this park. It is very run down and most everything is broken, or dirty. If you pay to use a paddle boat, none of them work and you don't get your money back. If you pay for electric, better check it out first because most don't work. Pool is cold and lake is filthy and the fish in the lake bite like crazy. You can rent a canoe but it says it will hold 3 people but when you get there it says weight limit 200 lbs. which they won't even hold that much weight because our friends canoe sunk with just 2 kids on it. Play ground has many broken toys and picnic tables are broken. I wouldn't use the laundry area because it was dirty too. Looks like some campers stay year around and have moss growing and flat tires. Office is dirty and very unkept. Not worth even $10 a night let alone $33. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very average, or maybe below. Mostly seasonal campers, some quite run down. Very spotty Wi-Fi coverage. We stopped here as an over night stay, but wouldn't want to spend much time here. We've stayed a much better campgrounds on this trip that cost less per night than this one. This appears to be an older campground that hasn't been kept up to date or receive much maintenance. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wish we had known of this site before we set out because we would not have come here. Park, can't call it a resort, is full of seasonal units that have moss growing on them or flat tires, or both. All planters that were freshly planted in the spring are dead and dried up. We are putting off laundry until our next stop. The only reason we are staying is a family reunion(not held here). Office is not clean, dust prevails. Costs not mentioned in Trailer Life are in effect for A/C and wifi. Can see that at one time this property was nice, now just very undermaintained. Only a few sites have sewer, sites are smallish, some cannot handle slides on modern RVs. Lots of potential for updates which could make this park a resort again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the only commercial site we stayed at during the whole trip. What a dump. The first site assigned to us had a large pile of burned trash in the middle of it and the site next to us had an old hunk of carpet in the middle of that. The bathroom looked like someone had taken several shovels full of dirt and scattered it around. They had just had a large amount of rain and the skeeters were fearsome. The skeetoes will usually get after my wife and leave me alone but they had their way with me here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best thing I can say is we had the park mostly to ourselves during our 1 week visit. Pool was open but freezing cold (heater broken). Water slide advertised looked like it hadn't been used in 10 years at least. Lake is tiny - more like a pond - but swimming and fishing were actually not bad. Place is highly under-maintained. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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We camped over Memorial Day weekend. The pool was closed. The giant slide was closed. The putt putt course was unusable. My kids rented bikes there and the chain kept falling off. The bathrooms and showers were filthy. The water at our site tasted awful. Only part of the grass was mowed and the landscaping was filled with weeds. There was lots of standing water--we had to be pulled out of our site by a tractor. There were many old trailers stored there. That was a huge eyesore. It is very sad to see a campground in this bad of shape. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
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Busy kiddie park. Many sites were being redone when we were there. Pull thrus available via overflow area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.