June 16, 2019 - reviewed by Brad
Just got home from camping here. Nice place to stay. Dogs are everywhere but didn’t hear a single dog barking the entire stay. The site could be flatter, had a heck of a time getting my camper level. The sewer was actually higher than the parking spot for the camper. The bouncing balloons was out of commission so that sucked, it was one of the main things my daughter wanted to do. All in all it’s a nice place, quiet times are observed, grass was maintained, decent prices in the “shop”. Golf cart rentals are really high though. Had no issues with any other campers there or staff. Family had a good time.
September 10, 2018 - reviewed by Jill
This is a quiet park that is easy access from interstate. A little expensive but still within reasonable cost. Problems were mainly the overall lack of maintenance thru out the park. Lots of dead trees not cut down or replaced. Bathrooms have cracking tile & floors are getting soft from water damage. 2 bathrooms in the back were boarded up instead of fixed. In addition they are very tight. Laundry had only 2 dryers & no washers just space for them but not replaced. I can’t understand why general maintenance is so relaxed at RV parks & Campgrounds. Keep them nice & people will return again. Other issue was in their paperwork of rules for the park included a statement about certain breeds of dogs being prohibited. Our neighbor had a pit bull off its leash running around despite paperwork prohibiting that breed with a “no exceptions” rule.
May 3, 2016 - reviewed by 2 Da Wds
This is no longer a Jellystone. The name is Timberline Campground. It still has many family friendly events.
December 5, 2015 - reviewed by Retire Traveler
Sign at entrance is Wildwood Campground. Open all year. Well kept for December. One night only. Would stay again.