We will not be back for awhile. We have been coming here for over 30 years! In the last couple years it has gone down hill fast! The flies have been bad for the last 10 years. But these last two trips, one in June and one in September were awful!!!! The power grid is old and if it is hot it can't handle a full campground. The grass, that has always been the best part of this campground, and even the trees, are all dying! The sprinklers are either completely broken or just shoot out to make mud puddles! The lake is really low and they must not be buying any water because the aqueduct is full and bypassing the diversion channel. It is too bad because it is only a 2 hour drive for us and was very family and group friendly with the grass campsites.
We will not be back! We had a group of 4 campsites. We could not get our satellite to connect because of the trees. We asked for another site but they said the two sites near us were reserved. We were able to get the satellite by turning our rig around in the site. This is Saturday with Football Sunday the next day. Our group had planed to watch on our outside TVs. Saturday night the security came by and said we had to turn our rigs around. We explained the Satellite issue. They told us it was a county ordinance! There is nothing in the rules about this. We asked for the ordinance number and all they could show us was the evacuation map! We felt like we were now on there crap list with staff driving by and watching us. Since they do not provide fire pits we called the office on Saturday night to ask if we could use our own pits! They said yes if they were 4 inches off the ground and had a screen. (Which we did have) Also not in the written rules! On Sunday, we again asked to move to the still vacant sites near us. They finally agreed we could move! We felt like they were being unreasonable and even lied to us!