I cannot overstate how well maintained and setup this campground is. Amenities galore, very friendly staff, and sites are well thought out. You cannot reserve individual campsites which is a bummer as not all sites are the same. The east side of the campground has the river and lots of mature trees for shade. The west side is nearly wide open to the sun. Only saplings trees that where planted when the campground was build in 2015. Their website has all the information you need so a couple of notable things that you won’t find there.
The whole place is clean. Very clean. They even pick up your garage from your campsite every day. The camp store is surprisingly well stocked with everything you could forget at home. And it’s clean (did I mention that?). If you purchase ice, firewood, or propane from the store they will deliver it to your site for free! Very nice touch. Also they have a lot of activities scheduled for the kids on a daily basis. They post the weekly schedule everywhere and the events are well run. You will never get bored staying here. Lastly this campground is quiet. After it gets dark about 10pm the whole campground seems to go to bed. I stayed over the 4th holiday weekend and the place was completely full and all you here is crickets. This is a huge plus in my family camping book.
I did a through investigation of all the sites for when we come back and found these to be the best for various reasons. But since you can’t reserve specific site you can request them. Here they are in no particular order.
Best RV sites: 50, 39, 76, 32 Best tent sites: 152, 138, 142, 50, 39, 32
Listen to the individual videos for info and review of the amenities
I had fond memories of this place as I would come here as a child. Lots of lakes, beaches, play structures, and more open field space than you can imagine. Most of the campground is run down and in need of improvements. The tennis courts & basketball courts are nearly unusable. The pads are so weathered the lines are gone and vegetation has started growing in all the cracks. Tent camping is difficult as all the sites have large concrete pads in the middle of the site. So a tent has to be pitched next to the road or right on the line of your neighbors site. If you are in a RV this isn’t a problem. For tents, site 191 is the best. On top of a hill which overlooks the campground and lake. It’s an end site so you can spread out a bit into the adjacent field. The bath houses restrooms are in need of renovations or at least a severe cleaning. Very smelly. Showers are nearly pointless, warm water at best. For tent campers this campground is best for day use in my opinion. While the Village of Milford is a bike ride away and has lots to do, there are better places to spend a weekend.