First time out to this campground, but for sure not the last time. The restrooms are the cleanest ones we have ever seen. Free pool table in very good condition. The pools are heated and warm enough (sure warmer would be better), but they are nice and deep (up to 8 1/2'). The sites are level and it is very peaceful. Internet seems to be limited on a daily usage, so in the morning it works good and in the afternoon it slows done to unusable. Great Park.
This park, like so many Thousand Trails, needs updating. The setting is very nice with many trees, and the sites are pretty level. Just most everything is outdated. The pool has a very nice size; just get ready for a refreshing dip, since it is cold. The staff was all new (about 2 months) and had no clue. Not one could check us in without taking us at least 30-40 min. Retail customers were let into the park for free since it was easier then checking them in. We arrived in the dark, ask the staff where they had openings, and he pointed us into the tight section of the park. Next day we saw all the open large pull-through sites. Sewer would be very nice, but let's just get the park updated in bathhouses and lodges. Internet was pretty good at the lodges and on 24/7. Washer/dryers where the cheapest we have seen yet, $1 washer, $0.75 dryer.
We have heard very bad things about this park and where positively surprised. Yes their is room to improve, but it is a ok park. Yes the train runs by close to very close (depending on your site), luckily most of them are electric. WiFi is a nightmare, works only in one lodge in one room, which they do rent out over the weekend and then no access. This is just outdated slow, 2 People on it (no videos) and taking 2-3 mins for a site to load is not acceptable. The children's pool is big, bigger, huge, just please heat it. We where their in the hottest season and it was ~70, brr. of course the adult pool was heated. The adult lodge had the kid games, but no kids allowed??? The park had many trees. Just tons of sites with broken power and nobody willing fix it.
Great Campsite, the best so far in the TT system. Friendly & helpful Staff. Clean Park, Pool and Clubhouse. The only negative thing we can say is that children are not always treated equally. Not allowed into some areas (Pool-Table-Room, Quiet Room & Spa), they say it is because they are to loud, but the Adults playing are loud as well. I would understand "only with Adult supervision". Other then that great park.
PA discounts are not always 50%. We Paid $23.50 instead of $30 and they wanted to hit us up for a kid tax on top of that. Which was ironic, because all that were in the home were kids (no adults around until evening). The Park was overall clean and the Wi-Fi worked good. The Volcano makes the stop worth it, a nice small National Monument with lots of Ladybugs.
The park is close to Disney and all other Attractions, but that is all is has to offer. No Shade, not a tree in sight. Kids pool was closed, and this was in the middle of the season. For close to $60 a night, there has to be way more. We are bringing our own home, and this didn't included maid service. Park needs to be lots cheaper (for retail customers) or have a lot more to offer.
The staff went above and beyond, also the teens working there. They play with the children, not only at scheduled times, but anytime a child came into the Club House. Most activities where more for the younger kids (under 10-12) and acted out with love and care. The park itself, needed lots more to be worth $42 a night. The WiFi was questionable most of the times. Ants and mice where everywhere and could have been gotten under control. Staff was 10 stars. Price was 2 stars. Campground itself was 5 stars. Just for a Jellystone Park, you expect more
Expecting the worst, due to other people who have stayed here. We were surprised in a good way. The sites are a bit small, but everything is clean. Lots of trees in about half the park, the other half needs more. WI-Fi works OK - Good. Pool is clean and nice. Just missing the pool table and playground as shown on the Thousand Trails website. Location, Location, Location. It is Vegas.