We liked the campground but now that we have stayed there once we know what sites NOT to pick. We were in site #33 and never been in a site where we had to try to parallel park the trailer. Was not easy to get level and had to board up the door side of the trailer, which made the step side awful high. Next time we stay we will ask for a site on the lower end of the road they were a lot more of a conventional setup. Dump station is in an awkward spot on a curve.
The owners were pleasant, but the campground is just plain old. As others campers said it could be very nice because it is not crowded together. They make an attempt at being entertaining but never quite made it. Ok place to camp but don't expect alot.
All dirt sites, not much grass anywhere. Way to many trees, couldn't even see the sun. Old campground, permanent trailers there hadn't been cleaned up since??? and neither have there sites. Great fishing pond, but has very little access.
Very nice family park, quiet with friendly staff. We were in site #15 and it was huge. Has basic activities to do: pool, playground, kids crafts, fishing pond, good fishing but difficult access. All the camp buildings look clean and refreshed. Will definitely go back next year.
This is the second time we have camped there, first in 2004. We were in site 12 also agree wholeheatedly on the size. (we only have a 25 foot 5'er and it was tight) It is a nice campground and they are correct in saying that larger sites are farther down the row but aren't too many larger ones. And yes I saw someone almost go in one of those sunken firepits trying to avoid a vehicle from another campsite. The utility hook-ups are shared and for somone on the left of the box you had better have a real long electric cord or you wont reach it. Peddle cars are kind of pricy to rent. You may not be able to use your awning because of trees in awkward spots We stay there because of the proximity to two area water parks.