Some sites better than others. Much of the campground is seasonal or temporary residents but most were newer or well kept campers, not sketchy at all like some parks that allow "seasonal" residents. Pool was nice, very large, and was very clean. Most sites had more space than the park across the interstate. Park had a lot of room for large rigs. If you're just pulling in for the night with a class C or a mid to small trailer and you don't plan on using the pool you might be better staying at the state park just a quarter mile down the road, a little cheaper and a little more isolated from the interstate.
The grounds were nice, but parking space had huge canyon running through it. Looks like ground was washed away by rain. In serious need to be filled in. Sites are extremely close. Pool water was green with a black ring at the top of the water. Besides the pool and the canyon, it's a decent campground.
We stayed one night here while headed out West and it was great. I would definitely stay again. Spacious pull thru spot and plenty of room to walk the dog around.
Very well maintained grounds, pool, pond. Friendly and accommodating great stop over. Bathroom need cleaning at least, a makeover at best.
Campground wasn't bad...if you bring your own restroom and shower. You get a nice breeze if you park high in spots 64-72. Pool was clean and refreshing. Park is nice but we did not use showers or bathrooms. They would be fine in a pinch ;-)
We stayed here overnight. Could be a great campground pool looked nice front office store was nice. Bathrooms where closed but that's why we have a RV so we can use our own bathroom. Our campsite was so uneven we was not able to level our 31' class c on it. But some other sites that were full looked okay. They did have equipment there to work on sites, so I think it's a work in progress. Seemed like new owner trying to fix things up. Took us a while to find the water hook up, it was a 4" pipe sticking out of the ground next to the base of the tree. We didn't have reservations and was there close to dark so we didn't ask for another site, which I'm not sure there was one available.
Simply aweful!! Very uneven sites that I couldn't get level with at least a dozen pieces of wood blocks. The highway noise and truck parking area just down the street can keep you awake. The bathrooms/showers were closed and from the looks of them, good thing because there newest residents were flying out from holes in the walls. Thankfully all the full-time units filled up the nicer spaces in the park we wouldn't want them to be put out. My advice, drive thru and look before staying and make sure this is what you want. I was too tired from driving to look for something else and it was late..
Our stay was just overnight. Seemed like several permanents. Spot was tight, steep with low branches. Didn t help that it had rained the past 4 days and was muddy. Owner was nice Park needs some TLC
Lady at check-in was very nice, made accommodations for us in a last minute desperate situation. Pool looks clean, several ppl using it. Nice area to run and play nearby. Roads in the park generally ok, a few ruts and larger holes. Gravel sites, look mostly uneven, but we had no problem leveling. 50amp full hookup but there was only 30amps available for some reason. Quite a few sites appear long term or semi permanent, but all seem clean and uncluttered. Bath house needs work; basins and bowls seem clean, the rest of the structure is sagging. Floors are not very clean Close to the interstate so there s some road noise, but not too bad.
Large vicious dogs running loose. Literally had to scare one off my dog. Vicious dog belongs to a permanent resident. Sites have a lot of erosion, many not usable. Good sites are full of permanent residents. Looks nice at entrance, then you find out it's a ghetto.
We did a drive by after reading the reviews. It does look very nice from the road. Pool sparkling and lake with folks sitting. Appeared to have empty sites.