People are friendly and helpful. The campground is a close to everything. If you're a hiker you won't need a car. The sites are close together. The pool needs to be updated. Expect flies, because of the stables, but the place is clean. Laundry room open 24/7. Would stay there again.
Top of the line. People are friendly. Sites are paved, big and clean. You have your own trash can which gets emptied every morning. Great for the kids. We come here every year. The only bad I can say are the new rules which are no mats on the ground and they no longer pick you up at your site (but at the end of the loop) to bring you over to the casino. The ponds are overrun with algae.
We stayed for two nights. It's dangerous to get in and out of from the main road. The entrance is on a turn and you can't see what is coming in or out. Some of the roads in the campground are just wide enough for your camper. The directions given to campsite 99 couldn't be made with the truck and 30 foot camper. My wife had to walk along to make sure I didn't hit anything. The campsites are small. Everything closes early: Laundry room - 4pm and swimming pool - 6pm. We had to watch our own kids in the pool. The lifeguard seem to be more interested in the babes sunbathing. I would say that 90% are seasonal sites. The people are friendly and helpful, except for directions to our site.