This is the second time that we have been here. It seems to be all about the seasonals. We showed up to a site that was under water (and they knew it, because one of the seasonals who was hanging around the front office said he was waiting to see who would get that site). We had to go back and ask to be moved. We were then moved to a site that was so small that we couldn't fit, and it required over 150 feet of power and water cable (I do carry 50 with me). The third site that they gave us was ok, until it rained that night and turned into a lake. There were golf carts racing around the park all day and night. People were yelling and screaming till about 1:30am. Then just to top off my weekend, the water didn't work at the dump station to clean up. I will not be going back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I have been camping here for about 15 years. I don't miss to many weekends. I have a permanent camp site here. My children have grown up here and now my grandchildren are enjoying the park. They have a lot of different events for the kids. They have a heated pool and I find the staff very friendly. They also have a game room and a playground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Bathrooms are not clean at all, camp staff are incompetent, and all the golf carts race around like they are nascars. Sites are way to close together, and widely vary in size. If you are lucky you may be able have electricity - depends on how full the campground is. The local & state parks are way nicer We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Park is nicely wooded. Sites were sand/grassy and campers can be parked in any direction. The pool was a nice size and warm. Biggest problems was the unclean bathrooms/showers and lack of security. There were a lot of unsupervised teenagers, lots of drinking, obscenities. This went on until after 3am. Bathrooms and showers were dirty and in great need of painting. Kids enjoyed the basketball court and the outdoor movies that are shown on weekends. Could be a very nice campground if they enforced a "quiet time" and cleaned up the bathrooms. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.