We've been staying here for about 2 weeks and plan to stay another 2 months. Great campground, very quiet and clean. Sites are spacious. We're using this location as temporary lodging as we look for a house in the area. Front desk and maintenance staff are very helpful. Had a slight problem with cable reception that was resolved quickly. Propane is available on site at a great price. Cell phone reception with Sprint is poor, broadband card for internet is weak, but available. Phone service at the RV site is free, 10 cents a minute for long distance calls. There are also cabins available that sleep 4 to 8 people, great options for visitors! Some permanent residents in the area, but certainly not eye sores. You are about 20-25 minutes from the PX/Commissary or other off-post stores (Walmart/K-Mart/Target and dining). I would stay here again.
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. Great place to stay for families. Our kids enjoy the campground more than any hotel room. Excellent transportation in the park and to all Disney attractions. After you make reservations, call the "Bike Barn" and reserve the golf cart. There is parking at your site and up at the front office and that is about it. We stayed 5 nights before memorial day weekend, spent 2 days at Disney parks and the rest in the campground and had a blast. I would hope in the future they would add WiFi service, but then again it is Disney and you are supposed to be on vacation. Only negative on this trip was the initial check-in. Sites were supposed to be available by 1 p.m. We arrived early (11 a.m.), but were unable to get a site until 2 p.m. Not very Disney like. We'll return again as soon as we get a chance.
Nice park, great location with plenty to do in the park. As others have stated be ready to use extreme measures to level your rig. Loop F is a pretty safe bet for beginners and families with small children. We took a drive around the other loops and would have been concerned for my children's (Ages 10,7,2)safety on some of the sites on the M or N loops. I have never seen big rigs with both back wheels 6 inches off the ground. Granted some of these sites had better views of the lake, but looked to be for the more seasoned folks. Overall, we had a great time and we will return in the future.
Nice park, and park host was very helpful and friendly. Plenty to do in the area to include some great hiking trails of varying length. The trails are also bicycle friendly. The lodge is located very close to the RV park and has a gameroom restaurant and pool that were all very nice. We were slightly disappointed by a few things. The park is in a somewhat isolated area, the closest grocery store is in Burnett, about 20 miles away. My expectation was that the park store would have some basic essential items, bread, milk, water, firewood, and posibly some fishing bait as the park is located on a lake. No such luck, so my advice to future campers would be to bring everything that you will need for the length of your stay. The isolation does have its advantages as the view of the stars at night is incredible. The park is also very quiet. In addition to the base rate of $20 there is a $5 per day charge for everyone over 13. We ended up paying $30 a night which was probably appropriate, however if my kids were older $35-$50 a night, I feel would be excessive. Some other things you should be aware of: The lake levels are low and about half of the hiking trails are closed from 1 Mar - 31 Aug for various birds mating in the area, even with those trails closed there is still plenty on hiking. Also, depending on your cell phone carrier there is limited to no cell coverage.