Owners/office staff very friendly and accommodating. Sites were nice sized and level. Beautiful landscaping throughout the park. We were there the last weekend they were open (in Oct.) so the pool was closed. They had a nice looking playground for children. We saw quite a few kids using it and having fun. If we get the opportunity to go back to that area, we will definitely stay there again.
Sites are narrow and not laid out very well. Picnic tables are behind your unit. Some of the layouts put your neighbors table very close to your door with a little bush as a buffer. Fortunately, it was not full so they spaced out the campers. Not much to do at the campground other than going over to the crater to dig for diamonds. There is a small water play area for little kids for an extra fee.
Prettiest state park campground we've ever seen. Sites were very large and level. They kept the grass cut and litter picked up. Lots of hiking and scenic overlooks. Public pool available down the road for an additional fee. Lodge has a pool but campers can't use it. Can't swim in the lake either.
The bathrooms were clean although starting to get "worn". The people working there were very friendly. Sites were okay sized, but fire rings were poorly placed. Swimming pool area (very clean water) and deck chairs showing signs of wear and tear. Park just needs a little TLC for a higher rating.
The $55 per night is for electric only, full hook-up is $72. Way over priced. Disney's Fort Wilderness is not that much! The shower curtains had green mold all over them. It took a phone call in the morning and then a personal appearance that evening to complain at the front desk to get them cleaned. The bathroom stalls constantly had paper towels all over the floor. The sites are level and while not huge, you did have some room between you and your neighbor. Check out is 1:00pm, we didn't check in until 7:30pm and there was still garbage (bones from chicken wings and beer bottle caps) from the previous campers on the site. The gnats were a huge problem - swarms af them everywhere. Easy access to Cedar Point is the only thing going for this park.
Facilities were very clean: laundry, restrooms, showers. Owners/employees were VERY nice, friendly and helpful. Convenient to most major attractions. However, it is an RV parking lot NOT a campground. Sites were very close together on a gravel lot. If you are only looking for a place to park and sleep while visiting the area, then, this is fine. But it is not a campground for the camper looking for the whole camping experience i.e: a place to sit out and enjoy the evening, cooking out, fire rings, picnic tables, grass, etc.
Sites were clean, swimming pool needs a lot of attention/cleaning. Views were spectacular. Had to leave 2 days early due to a family situation at home. Even though the sign says no refunds, owner gave us back a partial (48%) refund. Close to most attractions.
Large level sites, small store. Easy access from I64, but far enough away to not get any traffic noise. Very pretty "country" setting. Clean sites, grass was cut, people very friendly. Close to Cave Run Lake. Only complaint (and I don't really fault the campground for that) was the big mosquito problem - take lots of bug spray.
The property has been sold. We were told new owners are closing the campground. Some sites are right along a street and get a lot of traffic noise. Our site was 24' wide some were even wider - lots of room for slides and awnings. Very close to some major attractions and restaurants. Sites were clean and well maintained.