August 26, 6:17pm - reviewed by Mike
The campsites are large and they allow you to park on the grass unlike in a state park. There are activities for the kids as well as the parents. The weekend we stayed they had a corn feed and ice cream. The corn was great and free. Also had live music at band stage which is very large. Swimming at the beach. Biking was hard due to the sandy roads but manageable. Horses and horse trails galore.
July 10, 4:46pm - reviewed by Happy Camper
These people don't even call a person back.
July 16, 6:05pm - reviewed by Jenny
Great campground! Very friendly people but be prepared to walk! Everything is VERY spread out. The store/office is quite a hike from the campsites, it's very large - I would suggest maps for people to find things. They put on a lovely show - the kids loved the experience!! Their land is beautiful!
I didn't give 5 stars because of the difficulty of getting around and how easy it was to get lost or not find something, no playground - just a few swings by the beach. Also, our site was at the top of a very steep hill - having a toddler we couldn't even enjoy being outside at our site or have a fire because we were too nervous our toddler would fall down the hill or wander off or trip into the fire. They have only a sprinkle of lights here and there on at night so it is EXTREMELY dark - definitely a safety issue!! If our friends didn't have a seasonal site, we wouldn't go back.
May 5, 1:49pm - reviewed by Biscuit Boys
Home Of 2 Bluegrass Festivals
Great live music all day and all night during the First weekend after Memorial Day, the second one is the Second weekend of August.