This is a cute little campground that is great for people who are coming up to go ATVing or hike the mountains. It is a little far from civilization ( it took about 30 minutes to get everywhere). There were a few activities while we were there. They had a cute little store, a nice pool, free range chickens and a great playground. The only downside was the mosquitos. They were so bad all week!
We stayed for July 4th week and had a blast! Daily activities for adults & kids. The pool is nice and has a great little playground next to it. It has a very rustic feel but the facilities are clean, updated and inviting. In their rec Hall they have pictures of activities over the years! Lots of repeat families that come back year after year. Also, the campground is on a Pond so you can go swimming or rent a water toy!
This is one of our favorite campgrounds to stay at!! 4 pools-3 outside & one inside Almost every weekend is a Themed Weekend- Some of our favorites- Food Truck Weekend, Halloween Month( trick or treat at the sites)& Mom/ Dad’s day. They have daily activities that start early in the morning- yoga/ Zumba and go into the evening- candy bar bingo, adult entertainment & kids movies They have a great outside eating area as well. They will also deliver to your site! The sites are spatious and have lots of trees. The bathrooms are always clean and welcoming!
Great pool and Campground! What we loved about this campground was that they had a huge pool and water slides. Our site( camper trailer) was one of the largest sites we’ve stayed in. They also did a great job of maintaining the beauty of the mountains and landscape. The Campground is located in a cell phone dead area. WiFi is only provides at the pool area. We were there during a Themed Weekend( Fri/ Sat) so they had a few family friendly events. Daily activities are not scheduled. The reason why I didn’t rate it 5 Stars was that the bath house we used seemed to be having issues for most of the week. On many occasions the toilets were clogged. We immediately brought it to their attention and it was quickly fixed only to have issues the next day. All of the toilets were low flow so the handle needed to be held down for an extended period. I would think that with the volume of tent sites and people relying on daily use they would have commercial rated toilets.