We were there "off season" as a stop heading South. It appeared to be a nice place with a pool and fishing ponds. We were not able to see it as it should be. I'd like to come back in the Summer to experience it. A good thing is that it is a Passport America CG and although there were significant restrictions on its use, it did save us some money.
I'm not sure why this campground exists. It is a parking lot just off the main highway with dirt roads and tight sites. It has nothing that I am looking for in a campground. About the only amenity it has is a pool. It is OK for an overnight but I can't see where it would be considered as a destination. One positive is that it is in the heart of the BBQ belt and we had a good one in a local establishment.
Wow, this is an old CG with MANY permanent residents in old trailers. I was disappointed but, we did stay for one night. It appears that there is an attempt to make things better, but there is a long way to go. I will not stay there again.
After reading the reviews of this campground I wasn't sure if we wanted to try it, but we were in the area and figured we'd give it a chance since the reviews covered both ends of the spectrum. I should have trusted my judgement! The spaces were narrow, short and not level. The facilities were nothing to write home about. I also had the feeeling that the CG wasn't for camping but rather to promote their other sideline. (Health & Wellness) How can reviews of the same CG be so far off? Maybe the one poster is correct and the positives come from the owner?