PRO’S: Nice large sites - very deep and wide. Sites are grass and gravel. Many open, unshaded sites as well as some shaded. Clean restrooms and showers. Nice playground area for the kids. Nice pool. Good water pressure. The grounds staff was friendly and helpful. CON’S: There used to be a nice water park that was part of this campground. We camped next to friends who camped in their TT with their young children. Imagine our surprise when upon our arrival we found that the water park was no longer there! It was bulldozed and removed this past spring. We were never told that the water park was no longer there when we booked our sites! The water park was one of the main reasons that we choose this park for this particular weekend destination. When booking my site, they asked about my rig and I specifically told them that it was a 40 ft MH, 50 amp, two slides, and I preferred an open, unshaded site for satellite reception, if possible. They said that it was no problem, but they didn’t have 50 amp, only 30 amp. Upon arrival, the site that was assigned to me was one of the few sites that contained a large willow tree. So large that I couldn’t fit my rig into the site without hitting several limbs. Upon notifying the office, they simply assigned us to a different (open) site. Upon hooking up, we also discovered that the sites did in fact have 50 amp service as well as 30 and 20 amp. If visiting this campground, be sure to bring a Lot of extra water hose, sewer hose, and power extensions. The hook ups are very far to the rear of the sites. Depending upon where you position your rig in the site, you could be approximately 30 to 40 feet from the hookups! Fortunately for us I carry a lot of extra lengths of hookup extensions for just such an occasion. Management really needs to revisit training of their office personnel. It seems that they have little knowledge of the campground sites and amenities for which they are booking. Now that we know what to expect, we might consider staying there again, mainly due to the extremely large, open sites. However, if there is an alternative nearby, we may look elsewhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed as Coast to Coast. Check-in staff were friendly and we didn't have any problems. The sites were of ample size and relatively level. The pads were gravel and the yard area grass. The grounds were well manicured and several renovation and upgrades were in progress at the time we were there. They have an indoor pool, sauna room and an outdoor pool. Also on the property is a water park; this was also being renovated. The restrooms were always clean, however they are somewhat dated. There is gated security at night and a restaurant on site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here free with our ROD membership. The main purpose of this review is to let people know that they now have some 50 amp sites available. The park was recently purchased by a new owner. Money is being spent on upgrading the water-slide park. The park has a nice indoor and outdoor pool, and several nice cabins. Most sites are grass, but there are some gravel sites. They also have a restaurant on site (Maui Mikes) that has good pizza. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here as a guest of a Coast to Coast member, so the price was $15 per night. I don't know if non-members can stay here unless they are coming for the sales pitch. Very family friendly and dog friendly. There is a water park and nice indoor and outdoor pools. Many other activities and options. The grocery store in Andover is indeed very nice. Restrooms and showers were satisfactory but could use some updating. Campsites are spacious and there is a mix of full sun and partially shaded sites. If in the area again, would consider the state park or possibly the Bayshore campground in Andover to be on the lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.