We stayed here for a couple of nights recently. The campsite was comfortable and level. It was a little interesting maneuvering a towing big rig between some of the trees, but a good test. The only thing we were disappointed in was the weather.
We stayed at this park at the same site last year and had a great time. This year we were very unhappy to find that park employees are feeding feral cats at the bathroom and laundry area which is creating a nuisance and potential health hazard. I complained about it and was laughed at. We will not consider staying here again if this practice continues.
This is a great park. We had a pull through under shady trees that was so large you could get lost in it. Owners and staff are super friendly and helpful. This campground was extremely quiet and peaceful. Wi-Fi and cable TV were the best I have seen. I look forward to the opportunity to stay here again. Highly recommended!
This campground was okay. I was surprised that they switched me to a smaller site even though I reserved a large, pull through well in advance. There are too many busy bodies (residents) walking around giving orders and snooping. I would stay here again, but would look at other options first.
The owners were very friendly and helpful. This campground is not really pet friendly as they have an exercise area that is just rocks and dirt. Fortunately we found a drive-in slightly up the street where we could walk the dogs, and they even offered us a free ice cream for them when we stopped by on Saturday evening. It was the highlight of our trip for the dogs. Wi-Fi was generally inaccessable most of the time, except after midnight.
Great campground, however the Wi-Fi was disappointing. I was never able to make a connection during our 4-day visit. The roads are a little tight for a big rig towing. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay here again.
We camped in a large Class A with a tow. The pull-through (?) site we had was difficult to access. The campground was in the process of moving a fence, and asked me for suggestions as to how much room was needed for pull-through sites. I told them they needed more room and they replied that you would need to disconnect before parking. I told them that this should not be designated as pull-through. Wi-Fi works slowly, and only near the office. We travel with well-behaved and mannered dogs, and were charged by unleashed dogs on 3 occasions during our 4-day stay. This would not be my first choice in a campground, but there is nothing else nearby.
We enjoyed our stay here. One of the highlights was the walking trail through the woods which our dogs loved. They even spotted a beaver down at the pond. In the evening there were quite a few deer in the fields surrounding the campground. We had a very relaxing stay and I look forward to visiting again.
We camped for several nights in November. The campground was almost empty. The fall colors were beautiful, and the golf course was great. Our one disappointment was that there was nothing except the museum and tram ride open at the park.
The park itself is fairly clean, but there are a lot of permanent residents with motorhomes in poor condition throughout the park. My biggest problem with our stay was the squirrels. I enjoy wildlife, but the owners feed the squirrels and they are overrun with them. Every time I came out of the motorhome thay were all over the picnic table and my tow car. It got really tiring after a couple of days. When I mentioned it at the front desk, they looked at me like I was crazy. They are very proud of being overrun with squirrels, and don't understand the potential health concerns that hundreds of squirrels could cause. I would never consider camping there again.