July 5, 2020 - reviewed by Lenny
Not What Expected!
They were not very welcoming to a young family with two small kids and two friendly dogs. We were treated like a bunch of rowdy camper. Maintenance guy informed us (very rudely) of everything we did wrong in the 15min we spent here. They reluctantly gave our money back. Not a $42/night camp ground. If you're options are here and a truck stop take the truck stop!!
March 28, 2020 - reviewed by Viet_Vet
We had been on the road for 11 hours and desperately needed to stop and sleep, even though we were only 2 hours away from home.
Most of the campgrounds in the area are closed until April, but we thought we would call and give it a shot. Thank goodness she answered the phone! She said absolutely we could come and even turn water on in a site for us. She was very sweet very polite and very accommodating. When we arrived she escorted us to our site even though it was after dark and helped us get set up.
I wish I could remember her name, but I'm assuming she was the owner. She was very sweet and took very good care of us. We had called late at night and she still stayed up and met us to get us to our site.
When we got up in the morning and it was light outside, we could see all of the surroundings. It was a very nice setup. There are playgrounds for the children a stream, a pond, and even a little beach.
I highly recommend this Campground.
August 5, 2019 - reviewed by Mimi And Goose
On Vacation from Retirement
Lovely place, well worth the drive, pristine, and everyone goes out of their way to make sure that you have what need to make your stay perfect.
August 16, 2018 - reviewed by Step
Dont Loose Your Time And Money...
I went. I saw... I quit asking my money back. The “lady” at check in through my money on the desk and turned around. No credit card accepted. 1970 hillbillies style campground... Enough said
July 15, 2018 - reviewed by Jerry
After a 7.5 mile drive in on roads that will knock your fillings out that took 30 minutes we arrived at the park. The check in was in eventful and off we were to our site. The site turns out it was a road converted to a camp sit that backed up to 4 permanent trailers pit bulls and all. The place is half permanent and half permanent lol! Great for the locals but not for the KOA or better group.
July 13, 2018 - reviewed by Molly
Woodsy And Homey
We found Moyer’s on Park Adviser. It was a nice park. $36 for water and electric hook up. They had a pool and nice grounds. Bathrooms were very clean! Perfect for what we wanted for the night.