They have become more pet friendly. Once limited dogs by weight. The manager did come out to meet the dog. Just friendly, or checking things out? No problems. Park very nice, everything just fine. Laundry especially nice.
This park was very nice. Got the premier site, a pull through #12 along the creek. About 1/2 downstream from the waterfall. Camp host was very nice, same fellow from previous years. Our trash can had been upset, and trash tossed about, large track in the mud, might have been a bear.
Bathrooms were not really too bad, just messy. The electric 30 amp connection was really loose, I used my 50 amp adapter connector to hook up. This Forest Service campground is really nice. Our experience with the camp host was excellent. Distance to Mt Pleasant was too much, probably will stay at the the KOA next time, even though I get the 'Old Greezer" rate.
My rate is discounted with use of my Golden Buckeye Card. C-44 was our site, almost level, not enough out of plumb to require leveling blocks. Next time I will not be so close to the restrooms, lots of traffic there. Our Grandsons enjoyed the beach. We had a great time, went out to Put In Bay on South Bass Island, via Miller's Ferry Line. Very much a family campground.
National Park Service campground with some 40 sites having electric hookups. Very wooded sites, some leveling was required, some poison ivy, but beautiful. Our Rate with the Golden Passport Card, was 50% off the $17 rate. TV reception was good, from Knoxville.
Strange hookups, electric on one side, water on the other, sewer almost too far away. Open field parking, with pretty little trees planted (will be nice when they mature)...Owner friendly, although directions were incomplete. Had to use my 50AMp to 30Amp dogbone to hookup, don't know if it was just my site or all. Right off the Trace, may it real handy.
Good overnight stop: if I were a fisherman, might even be a great campground. Located across the road from the Lake. Campground is laid out in a Pecan Grove, straight rows of Trees and straight rows of RV sites. Rather different.
Site 116 Campground 1. Very nice, level, and shady. Much better than I had hoped. About 4 miles from the activities of Branson, which turned out to be a positive. (Very Busy Weekend) If we go back to Branson we will stay here again.
The park was nearly full. But we were given a nice site. The waterfall was running great, we didn't see it on our earlier trips. Site was level, staff very friendly and helpful. In fact it was the same host as the previous year.
It was just what was listed in the directory. RV campsites on the parking lot. It did have all hookups, and good security, No Picnic Tables, no place for a fire ring. Evidently, the rv sites were and an afterthought. We were parked in the middle of the blacktopped parking lot. I am glad is was mid-May, I just can't imagine the heat in mid-Summer.
We have been here before so we knew what to expect. Our site was very strange, had to pull in with the front of the motorhome facing the rear of someone's travel trailer. Very tight, small site. Friendly staff, helpful. Very commerical site, but the only one in the area.
We liked this campground. A bit like a State Park, but with fullhooks plus cable. Tropical Vegetation, but not as close as some Florida Parks. I asked if I might wash the motorhome, and was told "Sure". We will return for a longer stay, most likely during the Winter of 2008-2009.
Full sun on our site. Ss the sun set we got some shade, about 5 PM. It sure helped. Above average fairgrounds campground. Not much to do, but really maintained well. We checked out all the RV Surplus Stores in the area.
Nice state park. We used a pull thru. We arrived after hours, and we paid in the AM. The on-duty ranger did not know how to process our coupon from the Texs State Park Pass, so we paid the full rate and used the coupon at another park.
Nice state park. A very few sewer sites. Nice view of the lake. Watch your campsite, some are nice and level, and some aren't. Security is good. Fishing in the lake must be good, lots of fishermen. On an earlier trip the Barnum & Bailey Circus reserved all the sites for a staging area for their trip to Mexico City. Easter Week is very busy.
We overnighted at Camp Creek last night. I think that this was our 5th time here. So handy to our travels, and right off the interstate. We were the only campers here last night. Different. Electric only, only one TV station, but enough. Really kind of neat, with a little snow on the ground, the mountian stream bubbling by the motorhome. The best of both worlds, camping and RVing. Campsite was level, and clean.