Very nice park with a wonderful staff. This place has really grown since our last stay, lots of new sites. Nice long pull thru site fairly level with good hook ups, lots of things for kids to do and a short drive to the Flight 93 Memorial. Short drive from the turnpike but following signs might make you question where your going but all turned out fine getting there, a little noisy from the roads but not real bad. We will return.
Rate reflects TT member, very nice and well kept campground, sites level but STILL need attention on making mouth of sites larger to ease backing into sites, this would eliminate problems of sinking into the grass because the grounds are soft from rain. This would be the only bad issue here. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Camped here again for this years FROG Rally and once again they set up know how to for lots of units to camp. They have a regular camping area but also plenty of extra sites also we had 508 rigs. Sites level all hook ups good, grounds are kept very nice and clean. Will return
Great campground. They meet you and direct you to your site then set up and go back to settle up. Very level sites, hookups centrally located, shady and sunny sites. Nice pool and hot tub, you can hear traffic on 75 but this is a great place just off the highway. Will plan to use this place in our future travels.
What else can be said? Agree with others on how nice it is here but pricey. We enjoy Disney and write it off as part of the experience. Loops are tight getting around with a large rig. I parked the truck in overflow to allow more room at our site. Will return.
Very nice park, a little tight for us but managed. Great place to stay when touring the area. Sites very secluded and a short walk to the beach. But, if you drive there is plenty of parking. Will return here again.
Rate reflects Thousand Trails member rate. A older campground in need of some TLC not bad for a overnight stay. We were for 3 nights and went and toured Beaufort and Charleston. Sites were level and bath houses very clean even if they looked old from the outside. A very nice couple comes in on Friday to provide a nice BBQ dinner($) and I thought very good. Will stay here again when heading up or down I-95
Rate reflects TT member. Nice campground, very limited sewer sites, but they do come a couple of times a week for pump out. Roads were a little rough could use a good grading. Lots of seasonals here but some nice sites still available. Bring things to level your rig as sites need work also,
Our feeling toward the campground have changed a bit, pull thru sites level but no longer offer cable TV. Also no longer offer the Good Sam discount. They seem to be riding on their past ratings and have not done much to improve the place, we know management has changed and feel it reflects it. Not sure if our group plans to return.
Nice campground, but they did receive almost 5" of rain the day before we got there so the grounds were very soft. It made it very difficult to back in a site as the mouth of the site and the narrow roads meant if you got off the gravel you would sink almost 6" The pool is nice but small could see it very crowded on the weekends, mini golf was probably the best one I have seen at a Thousand Trails park. We will return.
We were here for the FROG rally and had a wonderful time. The grounds were beautiful hard to believe it was a fairgrounds, plenty of sites, there was a lot of train noise as there is a very active rail line right behind the grounds, but after awhile we got used to it. Would not hesitate to stay here again when in the area. As a matter of fact, would be our 1st choice.
We went here just to go to Indiana Beach; nice campground but think that given time could be improved on. The whole resort area was bought by Morgan RV Resorts and as usual things seem to go downhill. We did get a good deal on camping as they offered buy 2 nights get one free and also buy one park admission get one free to campers so that was a plus. Not much shade in the front section but looks like new trees were planted so in years will be better. Grounds well kept, could use more sewer sites. Pool was a good size and very clean. Would return if in the area and improvements made in the amusement park.
This has now become one of our favorite Thousand Trails parks, great manager that cares about their park. Well kept grounds, mini golf need help but was told it is a priority on their list. Plenty of full hook up sites to choose from, very level and found lots of shade. Located out in the country but a short drive to Terre Haute for almost everything you would need or want. We will definitely return.
Nice and clean park, hard to get a sewer site as they are mostly taken by seasonal campers, which is not what Thousand Trails was set up as. Park grounds kept very clean, well cared for. The pool is indoors which is nice but in dire need of a paint job, you could feel the paint flaking off the bottom. Wi-Fi only at the lodge which is usual for TT parks but got slower as more were on it. We will return.
Spent Labor Day weekend here and had a very nice time, they are slowly fixing the place up still some rough looking seasonals that need some cleaning up and the bath house is not that large they could really use an upgrade there but things take time. They did upgrade some of their sites with upgraded electric and also sewer and also graded some other sites so in time I am sure things will improve. We will return.
Used this for a 1 night stop at the end of a 3 week trip, the campground is very nice but some of the sites were very close but Ok for a stop over. There are better sites just got the luck of the draw I guess. Bath houses were clean but do show their age, pool looked nice but to late to use it. The owners were very helpful and friendly, will plan to use this campground again.
Great place but it is a new campground. All sites are full hook ups and this is Wi-Fi through the park. Pool area and lodge very nice. There are very helpful people here escort to your site, and they help guide you in. We used this to go to Michigan Adventure, but hope to come back here to see more of the area.
This park could use some upgrading as it seems to show it's years, but it was still a nice place to stay. Pool area was very nice and seemed like a fairly large pool. Wi-Fi only at the lodge area but was good. Not a lot of seasonals here but the ones that are, were kept up well. We will return here.
Picked this campground because of a previous review, and was not disappointed. Very nice place with very helpful people. Just outside the Dells area away from all the attractions, so it was very peaceful. The grounds were very clean and the pool was also very clean. Wi-Fi near the office, but it was good. I would recommend this campground if in the Dells. Not a busy place but that's what we like. We will return.
Rate used just to post, as this is a membership park, so no fee. Very nice and quiet park, kept very clean. All hook ups were good. There was an extra charge of $3 for 50 amp. Pool small but very clean. The sites were level. Not as many seasonals as in some Thousand Trails parks, so that left some nice sites to pick from. Will return here again.
We used the discount through Thousand Trails for our rate and was good for water and electric site which was fine. Site was grassy and had some shade. Easy to get in and out, dump station was easy to use but had to turn around as you left the park to get to it, there was another station but harder to get to from the site we were in. The place was very clean and kept up nice. Looked like a small pool for the size of the place. I am sure they are packed on weekends. We stayed here on a week day so the place was quiet. We will plan to use this place again when heading west.
Only used this for a 1 night stop. The campground called us as we were getting off the the toll road, to let us know they had no power or water due to a storm, but we choose to stay anyway. Roads were dirt but not bad. For a Outdoor World Park there were way to many seasonals. It looks like that is the way they want it. Too bad. That is not what this system was intended as soon, they will have no room for transit campers.
This was the first time we stayed here since they became a Jellystone Park. They have improved on the activities for kids, so that is a plus. They put down what looked like crushed concrete to park you unit on, and it seemed like you wold sink some. So we had to relevel at least once. They also used this mix on the roads which made for a very dusty stay. As with a lot of campgrounds, some people do no think the rules apply to them. So after a few complaints to the office about dogs not being kept on leashes and some folks speeding around the campground, we never did see anyone come talk to the people who did not follow the rules. As of right now, we do not feel like we will return. It's a shame as they do have a chance of becoming a great campground. Maybe time will help them work things out.
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. We use it for weekend trips and extended trips also. The staff is very helpful and friendly and offer tips of places and things to see in the area. They offer large wooded sites and very well kept. They book early so plan ahead.
We were actually booked at another campground and had to move to this one due to flooding, the management went above and beyond to help our group salvage what we thought was going to be a washout weekend. They even put down fresh stone so that we could get around the site because of all the mud from the heavy rains, they even let us use another site to use for our ez ups and a place to eat and have our fire. We look forward to camping here again.