The website for this campground looks great, but believe me, it is not as it seems. The sites are very crowded, and they accept cash only! Has lots of seasonal campers and not very pleasant surroundings. The place is due for some upgrades. The campground sits just behind a quarry and is close to the main highway which was very noisy. We would not stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park offered very clean bathrooms and laundry areas. While the campground caters to seasonal sites, it was tidy and well kept. The ad reads river views and there was only one or possibly two sites with a view and one is a seasonal site. If the owners had been more personable we would have rated it an 9. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was the worst campground I have ever stayed at. A few of us in our 20's went here and we were treated very poorly right from the start. The owner even went as far as asking us if we had drugs or anything drug related on us at the time. I believe this was due to our age. They have one medium-sized area to sent up your tent but I wouldn't think more than 3 tents could fit there. Don't plan on checking out the tent sites before paying for one...that is not allowed. The owner checked up on us more then any other family and we felt very uncomfortable. I would recommend going down the road a bit further and staying at the next campground on the water. You could not pay me enough to stay here again. We camped here in a Tent.
Don't believe the ads that they accept Visa. They only accept CASH; no checks either. Their Wi-Fi only works close to the office. Most of their sites are seasonal. Why someone would want to stay here all summer is beyond me. Don't believe them that the traffic noise stops at night. The campground is right next to Hwy 105 and trucks travel it ALL night long. We hardly got any sleep. (Wife used ear plugs.) We left the next day. (Owner was real upset.) Went up the road a few miles to a better campground. It's cheaper, nicer, wooded, has pull throughs and was so quiet. Will be contacting AAA and registering a complaint about Glenview. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Family owned/operated; very helpful, friendly and concerned. We parked 'nose to water' on site 11; superb view. Lots of seasonal units (looks like only 17 overnight sites). Park (including seasonals) is very well maintained. Waterfront sites are extremely close quarters. Difficult turn around for big rigs (no U-turn area nor continuous road. Must back-and-fill). Dump station is readily accessible when entering park; has 'wrong slope' when departing. Wi-Fi (at least at our site) was very slow and frustratingly intermittent. Rating would have been 8 if transient sites were wider, reversing direction were easier and Wi-Fi had been more reliable. We camped here in a Motorhome.