Myron C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 1, 2021

A Campground for Everybody Who Likes to See and Do Things

While many large campgrounds have transitioned to RV parks, I was glad to see that Happy Holiday welcomes all types of campers. The variety of camping here is almost endless. This is fortunate because we sometimes camp in a teardrop camper, and sometimes we camp in one of my seventeen tents. I say that because I carry several tents sometimes for whatever type of camping is available.(I don’t carry all seventeen.) Anyway, there are spaces for large RVs and small RVs. There are spaces for popups, teardrops, and tents of all sizes. The site we chose this time was partially shaded and was close to the bath house. 

As far as activities, there is a swimming pool, a playground, an activities pavilion, and a stage for bands. I know they have had a huge bluegrass event in the past, and I’m guessing they still have big events like that since the covered stage is in great condition. There are streams all around the campground, and they are stocked with trout on a regular basis. There is also an arcade and activities for the young ones. 

The tent was next to one of the streams, and that was pleasant listening to during the night. The noise at the campground wasn’t as loud as I expected, but that could be because it was during the middle of the week. The site was grassy, unlike some of the others that had gravel. The only fault I could find with this campground is that some of the tent sites have no shade at all, but other than that, this is a great place to camp.

  • Pond at the Campground
  • Band Stand for Entertainment
  • Recreation Pavilion with Karaoke
  • Little Red Cabin
  • Log Cabin
  • Office and Store
  • Primitive Camping Area
  • Grassy Sites without Shade
  • Across from the Tent
  • Why did the duck cross the road?

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