This place has so much potential, and is poorly run. I booked my site 3 weeks prior to arrival, requesting and reserving a deluxe spot. A week before arrival I called to add an additional night, and it was made very clear we HAD to be there before dark, they DO NOT park people after dark.
Enroute to the campground, I was called 3 times! Twice to ask where I was, and once to ask where my family members were that we were camping with. We traveled from 5 hours out, leaving our home at 1:30. I was scolded for being there almost too late and that I COULD NOT park my trailer without the afterhours crew. I asked for my site number, I was hesitantly given it, but not without being reminded that “I COULD NOT park my trailer alone, so it didn’t matter what site I was in”. I was not in the deluxe site I had paid for and reserved, the reply I received was “ yeah, that happens a lot, we move people around all the time”. Upon arrival, the gentleman that parked us was so helpful and kind.
The park is a two sided park. The side with the cabins, yurts and pull through sites is very clean and well managed. The other side of the park is a mix of long term campers, storage sheds, boat/rv storage and weekend campers. Maintenance on this side of the park is not a priority, clearly. The weeds are over grown with glass in the camp site divider. The long term people are questionable and the gentleman parked behind us had cameras on his trailer that faced our campsite! You pay 50 dollars a night to camp here and have to pay to use their showers. There are 2 ways to the water, the first is straight down a steep cliff and the second is behind a gate. So, if you have kayaks, rafts or anything of that nature you have to lug it to the river, never is the gate unlocked.
The icing on the cake was when we went to pay the bill! My husband was told if he used his credit card he would receive a 3% service fee and that our “late fee” for arriving at 7:30pm had been removed. I will never visit this park again.