|Daily||$43.00 - $43.00|
Most sites lack fire rings... who does that? A few bricks per site won't cost that much. Personnel told us to build a fire on the ground... a first for us. All that said, it's a nice small campground. It is a bit noisy... nestled between an interstate and a busy secondary road. Nicely decorated for Fall/Halloween... with a Pumpkin Festival a few miles away. I'd give it 4 stars if it wasn't for the fact that most sites had NO fire rings. Campfires are a big part of camping.
We stayed here about 8 years ago. Convenient to I 70. Nice RV park with a very friendly staff who want to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Quiet, good WiFi and big rig friendly. Pets are ok too and they have a nice pet walk along the perimeter and around the ponds. We got a premier site with a patio, nice patio furniture and a well built fire pit. Highway noise was noticeable.
I would give this 3.5 stars. It's better than my normal 3 ratings but not quite enough for my normal 4 rating. However, it is a very nice campground. It has great curb appeal and the owners are friendly. It appears that this may be a happening place that locals bring their families to for a weekend get-away. They had a huge pond with floatation equipment for the kids to play on, a beach area, playground, front porch with rockers, paved interior roads, clean laundry and bath facilities, cabins, and fire pits/patios at some sites. Many of the sites are grass or gravel. There is also a 180 degree turn into the campground if coming from Exit 28. We chose to play it safe and get off at Exit 20 so we could turn left and avoid that angle with our 43 foot rig that is towing a 4-door Jeep. They tell you about it when you make your reservation. I would not hesitate to overnight here again.