We are wintering here and it seems to be a great place so far. Most of the neighbors that have been here years are friendly as well as the staff that I have met so far. Owners live on site and didn't seem to mind me bothering them on a Sunday to ask about the propane procedures. I am a little concerned about moving to the site they want me to move to in the Spring the corners around the campground seem tight with trees.
Took the dogs here had a wonderful time went hikingand found a little pond for the boys to cool off in.
Stayed once in the early spring. Lots of dirt! We were kind of far from friends & got yelled at for too many people on our site even though all were paid campers either with RV sites or utilizing cabins. Pool looked nice but we came in the early spring so it wasn’t opened yet. Playground was big, but all sand which every kid had all in their shoes. Good rustic camping experience if that’s what you’re looking for!
this campground offers many things we were looking for: proximity to Six Flags, cleanliness, access to nature and entertainment for the kids with quiet and relaxation. The sites are cozy and each lined with natural shrubbery and in some cases fencing. they’re well maintained and raked between campers. the store and game room were newer and clean. some of the cleanest bath houses I’ve seen at a campground.