swimming, soccer, baseball, boating, disc golf, para course all right here. Water and electric at site and dump site (didn’t use). Monthly rentals made the campground as a whole feel less appealing but, staff and grounds men were friendly and welcoming and geese and cranes were beautiful. At 20. it was a nice stop for a night.
There are 3 sections to this campground. 1. on the water by boat launch, 2. tent campers on the hill, 3. left before campground entrance. We went through 1 and 2 and decided to have picnic at day use and drive on, then saw people going to the left and it was much quieter and more space between spaces. Water and electric for 20. a night with a 10% senior discount. No alcohol allowed stated on signs but noises up till midnight and fireworks makes one wonder. Felt safe, and enjoyed our space in back. bath houses could use some deep cleaning but would defiantly stop again if passing through.
stopped in March and it was open but no services available (power / water). picnic shelter, grills and clean bathrooms. Not a lot to do in town but a nice place to catch some sleep off the beaten path.