They have some of the very cleanest bathrooms of any campground we have been to. The people are friendly, and they accommodated us when we needed to stay a bit after checkout to catch-up on some work. We will definitely stay here again. It can be difficult to spot the turn in to this park since it is set back off the road. Turn between the BP and the Wells Fargo sign. I believe the road is "Country Lane."
We pulled in well after dark but thanks to getting on the park's website were able to discern that sites 1-8 were the big rig sites. We keep our trailer attached to our pick-up since we work out of our rig & rarely stay at a park longer than 1 night. Anyway, the self registration area is across from site 2. There are envelopes that you fill out & then deposit your money in a metal tube. The trees in the park were beautiful (which we were able to see the next day). Huge pines. The turns in the park are a bit tight but we still managed. The bathrooms... As another reviewer posted they require a code. Luckily my husband was trying to enter as someone was coming out. The fellow camper gave him the code which was 125 for the mens & the opposite for the women's 521. We don't use the bathroom in our trailer so access to the BR was pretty essential for us. The bathrooms were clean enough but they are essentially plain concrete floors & the mirrors are made of metal so they are difficult to see yourself well. If you don't like spiders this bathroom might bother you. I was hoping that the water would have been a bit hotter but it was tolerable. I didn't turn on the cold water faucet at all in the shower. My husband encountered 2 separate men that were smoking in the bathroom. Definitely not desirable-- especially for someone with asthma & when one is trying to remain & smell clean. We appreciated finding this campground in Wausau-- especially since there seems to be a lack of campgrounds in the area. We thought $18 was quite fair. I don't think it is unreasonable to charge extra for dumping-- you only have to pay for the privilege to do so. We left 2 suggestions in the pay box... To post the bathroom codes somewhere for campers & to paint no smoking signs on the door & walls of the bathroom.