This is a good camp. Site was reasonably level. Electric & water were both good. There is a bridge to cross and a hill to climb but not a problem for us. The pond has fish as we saw adults and children pulling out catches. Bath house was clean and has a combo lock. There is a commercial quality play area for children. The Wi-Fi never quit. We planned on 3 nights stayed extra. Owners are helpful. The town of Ripley is close and has shopping and restaurants. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The bathrooms seemed pretty modern, definitely clean, and coded lock for security. The trash area was a little far from the sights. Lots of friendly people out fishing and walking. Birds all over the place, swooping over the water and chirping. We would go back if we get down that way again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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We stayed here on our way south from Michigan. We found this to be a scary place - lots of locals staying in not-so-nice RVs. The group next to us were definitely "on" something, once they came in from work (or watever). The restrooms here are about the worst we've ever encountered in 7 years of RV travel. We locked all doors, went to bed, and pulled out very early in the morning. We would never stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is pretty much a mountain residential trailer park with a few RV sites. The entry is via a rickety looking bridge over a deep creek. The pull-throughs are wide enough but quite unlevel. The scenery is nice, and there is a lake with ducks. The bathroom and shower were little use and had a spider web and a sewage smell. The phone was missing from the bathhouse wall, and the candy machine was empty. The pop machine looked abandoned. For an overnighter, it is OK if you are self-contained. I would not return if there were an alternative. We camped here in a Motorhome.