Beautiful campground. Spacious sites. Great pool with splash pool for the kids. All their facilities are topnotch. They truly are a "Resort Park". Reasonably priced and well maintained. We knew which site we were registered for before hand and that's where we ended up. One of the nights we were there bad storms moved through. We were extremely pleased that the campground hosts warned every one individually and pointed out where shelter was available from the storm. Osseo is a nice quiet small town and the Norke Mook Restaurant and Bakery is worth a visit - Great pies! My only objection was the price they charged for their miniature golf. Stoney Creek also offers a restaurant / snack bar, but we never got a chance to try it. We will definitely be back when we can stay longer!
Made reservations for a 50 amp full hookup site. When we arrived no 50 amp sites were available (they only have two). The attendant tried to park us on a site behind their garage with no sewer, but we insisted on a full hook up site. We paid up front for a week with an understanding that we might stay an additional week depending on the duration of our fishing trip in Canada. The rates are reasonable, but then you get what you pay for. The roadways were dirt with several chuck holes that became puddles when it rained. Between the ruts and the vegetation it was extremely difficult to maneuver with a large unit. The site we ended up on faced a school bus garage and although it was shaded, it offered little opportunity to enjoy the outdoors because it was cramped and muddy. When we did extend our stay the owner was upset because we inconvenienced him. It is obvious this is the only game in town! We, however, found an excellent facility to board our pets while in town - Voyage Sportsman's Paradise.