March 2, 2018 - reviewed by N5275
Staff - Personality Needed.
The staff I dealt with worked the office/store and reservations. They both seemed to interested in very little, least if all their jobs here or you as a guest. Didn't see 50 amp or cable tv hookup.
Areas designated as "lots" are good sized but getting a good sized rv on that spot will be a challenge. Trees abound and making parking difficult, especially if you want a full hookup. Water and power are near the front of the lot while sewer hook up is at the back.
Tips: don't make your reservations online.
When you call for reservations be sure to mention, several times, that you are a member of Good Sam's, or Travel America, or whatever, then marvel at your bill later when you see no evidence if a discount.
Read carefully their disclaimer stating they can't guarantee the actual lot you reserved will be availible, because they cant.
Enjoy the melodious sound of the contractors starting their diesel trucks at 4 am and letting them run for 20 minutes.
If you have nowhere else, it's ok.
January 7, 2017 - reviewed by Bob
Not a very nice place. Would not recommend
April 13, 2016 - reviewed by Redwood73
We stayed here while my husband was in the area working. The sites are very cramped, you can barely fit one vehicle in most of the spaces along with your trailer, and they are also very unlevel. One of the managers lives onsite, as well as many of the workers. They are obnoxiously loud on the weekends, and if you ask them to quiet down, you will be told what the quiet hours are, which is 11PM. For people who have small children, that is pretty late to have to tolerate the noise. Putt-putt is $5 a person which is ridiculously high, in my opinion when you are paying top dollar to stay at this park. If you can find another park, stay there. This one isn't worth the money.
April 9, 2016 - reviewed by Dee
For the price, I expected a better campground. Sites were very uneven and narrow. Website says sites have gravel and grass, ours had neither and most just have tree roots to back over. Bring plenty of blocks to even up-some were propped up 3 cinderblocks high on one side. Water and electricity were fine. Road at dump station was uneven so we weren't sure we emptied completely. Ticked that the putt putt was $5 per person to play, so we didn't. Lake is pretty, activities for kids, a Sugar shack was being built. Many permanent residents there. Bring your redneck hat and ear plugs, the beer drinkers get loud on Friday and Saturday nights.