May 20, 2018 - reviewed by Christine
Full timers have taken all the lakefront spots, and the only thing available is wide open spots without shade. We stayed in Phase 1, the dump station on the way out was spewing sewage like a geyser. It is also way out in the middle of nowhere.
February 19, 2017 - reviewed by JR.
NOT FOR FAMILY CAMPING OR VACATIONS
This place is full of permanent residents, it looks like a mobile home trailer park for campers, the permanent residents have all the lake front spots taken, the only spots left were way to small and unlevel for me,
June 2, 2016 - reviewed by Monica Pregeant
Full Timers Paradise
This Thousand Trails park definitely caters more to their "full timers" and do not allow vacationers the opportunity to camp on the water's edge. Some type of access to the lake would have been nice. We stayed in Phase 2 and the closest laundry facility was in Phase 1 (not within walking distance for those who do not tow a vehicle ). If you work while camping, internet is not guaranteed and we couldn't pick up local channels with antenna, or signal with satellite, so no news, sports, etc.
The park is clean, as most Thousand Trails are, but if not for being "free" to park here, we wouldn't have stayed.