It is open year round. There are lots of permanet residents there. The dogs run free but are friendly. The trees infested with carpenter ants. There is only wifi by the office with no shade. We were there over the 4th and firecrackers were going off until about 3 a.m. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first time camping with our new camper. We did stay over a holiday weekend. The camp site itself was very nice, private and quiet. We did see the pool, but did not use it. The overall campground itself was ok. There were permanents all through out the campground, some were nice and others needed to be taken away. People were friendly and we as a family will stay at this campground again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The swimming pool looks nice (the water was clear and clean) but it was small. The playground was newer but the kind that you would have in your own back yard, not a commercial quality playground. Mostly a seasonal park, and as usual a few of the seasonal areas are nice...but the majority are just "eye sores" that that need to be hauled away and the lot cleared of all the junk. I did see some maintenance work being done and since this park has new owners, there could be great changes coming. Worth checking back into next summer...but not again this camping season. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is now called Four Star campground. It changed hands in March 2007. The new owners seem friendly, yet unorganized. We were assigned an area when we arrived. Each area A, B, and C has about 20 sites. The tag we got for our car just had an area (B). We paid $32 the first night. I only paid for one night because of my first impression. I paid for a second night and was asked to pay $35. Each night, the store had different personnel. The sites themselves are very small. There was enough room in Area A for a 28 foot trailer and a picnic table then the next site started. If the campground were more crowded I would have had a rough time backing into a site with my 25 foot trailer. With little room for the trailer; there is almost no room for your tow vehicle. So the people across the street parked along the street (making backing in tough). At this moment I can't recommend the campground (and probably won't return), but the owners are planning more improvements. The pool is nice and the playground equipment looks new. The sites are just too small for my taste. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The lady who checked us was mildly unpleasant. The park is very untidy and appears to double as a residential area for for many lower class individuals. It was quiet at night and we were not disturbed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Couldn't disagree more about the park being clean. This was a very unkempt facility. Many
of the permament site very messy and not cared for at all. If you like golf carts, this is the palace to go 'cause cart after cart made the rounds at all hours of the day and night. The sites were big and fairly roomy but this was not enough for me or my family to return to this campground We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
The park itself was nice, well kept. The bathrooms needed more attention The pool was
nice, and had a lifeguard. Help was friendly. The best shaded area is in the Outback. Sites were sizeable. There are a lot of seasonal/park homes. We enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.