We stayed two nights on the weekend in the fall. Check in was fine, and I was guided to my site and helped to get in. Their name says it all, Rustic Acres. You are in a very rural setting, lots of tall oak and maple trees. The sites are mostly back in with a few pull-through’s. The sites are grass and / or crushed stone, ours was not level at all. When you enter the main area of the park you’ll drive down a steep pot holed narrow road with obstacles everywhere (low branches, bolders along the edge, campers) including people with poor parking skills. It looked like a lot of the campers here are seasonal with decks and more permanent structures. Also a lot of kids playing in the playground or riding their bikes. So a lot of families here. Our site was narrow, we had a picnic table and a fire ring. The hook-up’s were fine. They didn’t have any 50Amp left, so we were on 30Amp. We didn’t use the Wi-Fi as it’s a pay service. The laundry is outside under cover and the machines are old, very old. Also the bathrooms are barely passable. As I mentioned, you’re in a rural setting. Our T-mobile signal only had 1 to 2 bars. But I was able to make calls and did get some data on my hot spot. I would stay again, but only for a night. Too rustic for me.
Great, clean , quiet very nice campground . We stayed only one night but definitely would comeback ! We came late at night and pleasantly surprised someone meet us and take us to our site Hook up was easy ,the place was very peaceful and we had good night sleep