We were contacted by campground about an alternate route. My daughter called and learned it was regarding a small bridge that would accommodate our 31’ RV, so we went that route. It was fine for us.
They have too many amenities to list. Of note, the pool water was decently warm and they had an outdoor exercise area in addition to the playground.
The store was open until 8pm. It was small, but sold shelf stable food, camping items, toys, ice cream, and Amish baked goods. And the coolest Koa sticker of Bigfoot doing the floss!
The standout here was the staff. They were beyond customer service friendly. They were engaged and seemed earnestly interested in guests interests and travel stories.
On Saturday morning, Amish people come in and sell their baked goods. A text reminder came from the office. They had canned goods, eggs, and baked items including 1 GF item. Yeah us.