We arrived at the campground after calling ahead to confirm there were full hookup sites available, but were told we had to wait for up to two days when stopping at the gate. Be very specific with your questions. We were assigned a site with water and sewer but no electric in June. This was annoying to say the least. The next day we were offered a full hook up site which was ok for our 36 footer. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The roads in were a little tight for a big rig with low trees. We will return and recommend this park.
This was our second stay at this campground and hopefully not our last. The owners are doing a good job of upgrading their already nice park. There is cable that is duplicated direct TV. There are local channels, but if a storm rolls in the signal goes out. Cell service is up to your phone and Wi-Fi needs a serious boost. They are building new bath houses and have plans to start their new water park area soon. I would give a ten except for price and Wi-Fi. They spray for mosquitoes but it does little good so bring gallons of spray (this is not a joke).
This is a very nice campground for a KOA. While it is in the city, once you're in the gate you forget that. The staff were all very nice and helpful. All dirt roads and sites but very level. Sites were well spaced, and they have a dog park just for the four legged campers. The sewer hookups were very tall, the water pressure was low, and the power fluctuated a bit. These problems won't stop us from returning but warrant telling.
Ok little park. The roads to get in needed some trimming for the big rig. They seem to be pouring concrete pads as funds allow and we got one but it was not level front to back. These people are trying to make a nice little park though. Was treated with kindness even arriving at 9:00pm. The place is very clean and the Wi-Fi and cable TV are included. It sits behind a cemetery and to me that is a little wierd but no zombies got us. To me a great park for the stop over. Sits about two miles from the interstate but you cannot hear it. We will be back if needed.
This is a KOA so keep that in mind. The staff and campers were extremely friendly and helpful. My rig was to big for the site they put me on so they let me occupy two sites to accommodate me. The sites were all level with lots of shade. Lots of stuff for the whole family to do including free fishing in a private lake, putt-putt golf, bike rentals and so much more. Now this place is crowded. Enough room for the slides and awnings with room to spare but full to the brim on a weekday. We had to back the rig out through the site behind us just to leave. Tow vehicles parked how ever they wanted blocking the roads everywhere. Trying to get to the site we had only inches to spare getting through. Kids were running around every where and no supervision. There are train tracks 100 yards from the front gate and in 12 hours we heard three go by blowing their horns even at three in the morning. I will stop again if I have to but will avoid it if I can.
This is a very nice quiet park. All the roads are paved but the sites are gravel. Little tricky to find if you don't mark your mileage. Park was very clean and had several activities for every one. For our family this will be a regular stop in our travels. Park staff stopped to collect fee and when he was told we used the honor box there were no more questions. In fact he offered to help set up. The camp store was nice and they have cabins for those who do not want to tent it. My mother stayed in one of the cabins two weeks earlier and loved it. This place is in the country and nowhere near a populated area. We love it and highly recommend it.
This campground was not easy to find. There is a road that runs right through the middle of it. The road is still quite but made us nervous with the kids. The staff was mostly friendly. The restrooms and showers were clean but the place is very dated and very cramped. We will not return.