CON: Its memorial weekend 2016. I reserved a 45 ft camper spot with 50 amp. It have is spot 61. Nowhere on the confirmation did it say it have us a 30 amp. We show up, the spot is ni on is enough, but a 30amp, EVERYTHING is on the wrong side, and you are stepping out on a hill, the fire pit is on a hill, making it hard to sit around... since we had to hook up a 30amp converter, the box kept getting took hot and blowing the breaker. Bring something to cut grass, they don't mow very often. PRO: Kids had fun kayaking and swimming, but take your water shoes!! Muck, glass and rocks.
The Reserve America website gives co-ordinates but DO NOT believe them. We did - and it brought us down a tiny road to a marina in Taylor Ferry North which is north of Highway 51 when the campground is actually a mile away, but further via roads. Those roads were not friendly to tall RVs. Our GPS gave us a route to South Taylor Ferry park that comes to a locked gate. The way to enter is to take Highway 51 to S 330 Road and turn south, go about 1/4 mile to the first road on the left. There is NO park sign, but if you look down that road there is a sign that says camping, no day use. That is it! Turn left there and follow the winding road to the admission office. The office closed Sept. 30th for the season but there is a post to get envelopes and drop in payments. The large lots, great grass, partial shade and view of the lake from most every site make it a delightful place. Not all sites are flat enough for large units and many were in use in October.
My previous review has alot of errors in spelling, dang swipe and you cannot edit after submitting.