This was my first experience in an RV park with hookups. Generally we camp in spaced out spots that are a bit more secluded.
I liked this campground from the standpoint of the kind folks running the place and working at the general store. There’s a stocked pond for fishing that is really good for kids. We camped here for the 4th of July with friends and in total our two campsites had 13 people (four kids).
There is a shower available (but be aware it’s a bit of a tight squeeze as it shares space with the toilet.) It’s four quarters for five minutes for the shower. Other bathroom notes: Motion sensor lights, code needed fir the door, no paper towels so be prepared, has hot and cold water in faucets, receptacle for feminine products.
The campsites are close to one another and it felt somewhat like a large parking lot. Our spot was across from the bathrooms and trash. There were not bear boxes on the campsites.
The fire rings are movable which was kind of nice. We were easily able to accommodate our large group.
The creek is lovely and rushes by with the nice sounds of a creek. Be aware that the water is fast and cold. There are not a lot of spots for kids to play so unless they’re older (and maybe even then) you’d want to watch them. We tromped through some “trails” and saw garter snakes, chipmunks, mice, and bats at dusk.
If you need hookups, it’s a good spot. We were a pop up among many larger RVs. We got hit with some rain but it didn’t cause too much mess or mud which was nice.