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Great location and beautiful park, well laid out and the grandkids loved the pool, playground and basketball courts.
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This place is full of permanent residents that have it so junked up can’t tell if it’s a camp ground or RV junkyard nasty gross unkept just bad don’t go there
First time visiting and enjoyed our stay. The park is very busy but fairly quiet for having over 200 sites. our site was level and not muddy but after some heavy rains the "B loop" had some mud and standing water problems. over all it was a good area to stay and the Horse park is a must see when…
Super staff and lots to do for kids. Sites are small but some full hookups.
Great campground with over 100+ sites. Some are primitive sites but most have water. Bathroom,shower house and playground are available. They won’t let you park in the grass so boats have to parked out front of campground. The best are the hiking trails. It’s a short drive or walk thru the woods to…
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This is one of our favorite places. Huge sites, not full hook up but easy to dump on the way out. Large trees, good shade. Stay on the outer ring and you can watch the horses throughout the day. Very easy to get to and Lexington is just minutes away.
Only negative is no pull throughs and if other…
Lots of trees and a nice fishing pond. The bathrooms were clean. Very affordable. We checked in late and left early so we didn’t get to see the little store. When I called to make a reservation the lady was very nice and helpful.
Enjoying our stay. Owners are updating as we speak and have many more planned. No sewer hookups but have a dump station on site and honey wagon service at trailer for a fee if needed. Tent camping also available. Well off highway so. I road noise to deal with, just lots of squirrels and chipmunks.
Easy check in and nice level sites close to the water. The newer section has very few trees for shade. The older section had plenty of shade and nice sites.
We had such an amazing time at HomeGrown HideAways!! We stayed at the Yome, and it was perfect for our family of four. Instead of sleeping in it, which would have been perfectly comfortable, we actually used it as more of an extra shelter and we pitched out tents in the field in front of the Yome.…
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The bathrooms were beautiful and air conditioned! They were very clean and smelled like a swimming pool. They were nice and cool after a hot sweaty day and tent camping.
Most sites are straight in instead of angles to the road making them a tight squeeze. Dusty too. Gravel roads but speed limit is too high. Otherwise very nice and bathroom/showers are nice as is the laundry
We have stayed at this campground several times over a few year time span. It is close to us, so convenient. We were really excited over this campground initially but that has lessened over the past couple of years. They allow campers to parks numerous vehicles in the grass between camp sites and…
Campground entrance is a pretty big hill. Signs to direct you to the office, but office can be hard to find. Host drove us to campsite. I have. 33 foot trailer and my sites 22-25 are on a hill. I could not pull thrugh the site because of hill. Could not level trailer because when I got it level…
Not many first come first serve sites, but if you can snag a spot you will be rewarded with a peaceful evening. There is a theatre insight which is 70 years old and full of history. Amazing people, close to town and very inexpensive.