We found this park in the Passport America Directory, and it is no more than a field in the backwoods. The grass and weeds are 8-10 inches high. Upon our arrival we were met by the owner's wife in a car and the owner on his ATV with two loose dogs running beside them. It was late in the day and too far back to the freeway to leave. Two sad rundown RV's were in the middle of the field with pitbulls running loose. We will NEVER return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Did not honor Passport America rate. We camped in RV site and set up our tent. Intended to pay full PA rate but on checking out, we were charged $20, we complained and were told that they do not allow tent campers. Why did they take our money, why didn't they say anything before checkout time? I suggest avoiding this rundown campground. We camped here in a Tent.
We spent three days here only because it was conveniently located next to Francis Beidler Forest, an Audubon sanctuary and well worth a visit, but many a camper will simply turn around and leave upon first viewing this campground-with zero "curb appeal" as it is simply a treeless/shadeless open field with twelve pull through sites. We were the only guests other than two men who lived there. In a nutshell, the place reeks of neglect; grass does not appear to have been mowed in months, possibly years. True, they offer full hook ups, but no restrooms. We had to remove ticks from ourselves and our dogs after walking the premises. There is NOTHING to do in park itself, and this is worth no more than an overnight stay while in transit to some place else. Owners need to visit a few other RV parks to have a point of reference for how a campground CAN look! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.