What a neat place. Came across this place by accident, and what a find. Run by the city in a beautiful setting near a waterfall that has a lot of history around it. Has a beautiful walking trail and level spacious sites. We are planning on staying there for the month of December on our way south.
Nice find. Great place for and overnight stay or as long as you like. Owners were a younger couple who full timed for a while and know what it takes to make for an enjoyable stay. Beautiful level sites with no long list of rules, just use the Golden Rule. Would go out of my way to stay there again.
We got to pick our own site so comments about the site would reflect on me, I guess. Very close and noisy with lots of kids and campfires smoldering. My most hated amenity appeared around 2:00 one morning when a train roared by across the road with it's whistle blasting. I bet the engineers get a real laugh when the go by a campground at night. I was surprised that they only gave you a wristband to wear and didn't tattoo a number on your arm as this place had a concentration camp feel to it. Will not be staying here again.
Way overpriced. We tend to run into a lot of this in the eastern part of the country so I guess it is just supply and demand. Sites were level but very gritty with some odd limestone that tracked in very bad. Very dusty. Young girls in the office were very disinterested in their job and commented on the prices that they weren't going down soon and I could take it or leave it. Did use the laundry which was in a type of dungeon and were not in the best of shape. This campground definitely needs some serious competition. Don't want to stay here again, but might as they are very close to a relatives house.