Cute campground, nice layout. Not all sites have sewer hookups, oops. Easy to back in.
My husband, friend, and I tent camped here last weekend and we were pleasantly surprised by how nice it was. Long story short, I spent several days looking for a close-by camp site for us to stay at as it was our first time tent camping. I stumbled upon this campground and reserved a space with electric and water. Upon arrival, the people at the office were friendly. We got to our space (83) and we noticed we were placed right in the middle of a bunch of RVs, which was not what we had envisioned. I took a walk with my dog and saw the primitive sites tucked in the back of the grounds. I immediately went to the office to ask to move to a primitive site and they allowed us to move without any issues. We ended up setting up camp at site 31 - which was spacious enough for two large tents and very private.
Pros: primitive sites are very private, friendly staff, clean grounds.
Cons: only one bathroom and it’s very far from the primitive sites, E/W sites are between RVs.
Pros: The Tent sites are The Best Thing about this Place, They are alot more Private and spacious. Cons: They Nickel and dime you for Everything Always Packed with seasonare ls and The Rv sites aandre terrible, Packed on top of Each other Restrooms and showers are Terrible. very Noisy good if you want to Party
This was a quick two night stay at a campground that was heavily populated with seasonal rentals. We were tossed into a site in the middle of the seasonals. There was one bath house for the whole place. The pavillion was supposed to be open all day long on weekends. However, it was not. The pool was awesome. The rest was just OK. We camped with our Aliner pop-up