Tiger Run Resort is a clear example of a resort that could be a very nice resort, but the owners for some reason are like ostriches with their heads in the sand about all the many,many problems at this park. Since this is a park that the owners mainly use in the summer they ignore the problems so it does not disturb their summertime relaxation. The sites are not selling that are on the market not because of the economy but because of the problems. The staff they have working at the park are extremely uneducated and have no idea how to operate the snowplow equipment for removal of snow from sites. The office staff are extremely unfriendly and act like they are doing you a favor of having you stay that this park. By the way the staff acts they must pay very low wages for workers. We have stayed at this park for the past three years and beware. They shut off the water without notice. Make sure your tanks are always full. The bathrooms are dirty and very unsanitary. The pool and hot tub have the temps reversed. The pool is too hot to be clean and the hot tub in not warm enough to be clean. We reported them to the Environmental Health Department in Summit County. Take pictures of your site when you arrive because they try and charge you for stains on the sites which have been there for years. The wi-fi does not work very well at all. And it is hard to walk your dog because of all the no dog signs in the park even in common areas. But these rules do not apply to owners. It is a park that could be nice but is not. They have no competition in the area except for the state parks and parks in Fairplay. Parents beware: The park employees live in an apartment above the indoor swimming pool/ rec room. The door is by the pool table upstairs. The staff parties and are drunk around the club house which is a dangerous situation for kids, but the manager did not care when we talked to him regarding it. It makes for an unsafe environment. We have found that it is worth not having full hook ups and staying at the state parks is much nicer then overpaying for a park that does not have their act together since it is an expensive park. The owners that own the chalets do nothing either because a huge number of them are not obeying the Summit County rule of only being able to live in the chalet 6 months a year, but in fact they live there year round and brag about how Summit County never catches them.
We stayed at this park in our Class A 40 foot RV with two slides. When we arrived we thought the check in was a bit strange being in a shed type building and I had to wait to check in since the woman told me to hold on because she was finishing up with her TV show. We were then taken to our site which we had a hard time getting into between the poles and the trees. The trees in the park have caused the pavement to heave so it is very unlevel. They told us they had 50 amp but found out it was only 30 amp. The sites are so close together that you could touch the slide of the RV next to us out the window. You could not have your window shades up because there was no privacy. The restrooms were dirty and the dryers had black tar type material and gum in them. They say they are not a live in park but it is 90% a live in park. It sits right on I-10 next to a rest area so the trucks idle all night long. It was a very unrestful park. There were very odd people living in park and even living behind RVs in tents but they were living there year round. There were also families living in this park.