Wonderful campgroun

This campground is one of our favorites, Large sites that are easy to get in and out of. It each site has a grill, picnic table and a fire ring.  A couple of the sites have some drainage issues, but only after repeated heavy rains.   

The best part is the big tall mature tree's, it's overall peaceful here, and we stayed every few weeks here one summer and it felt like home.  The office staff was friendly and helpful, keeping our names on a waitlist so we could come back and back, and it almost always worked out that we got a site for the week's that we needed. 

There is a small playground in the campground area, but right next to the campground is a large play area that has a rock wall that our kids really loved playing at.  The only negative I could say is that there is also a large field for events and a paintball field, so the nice peaceful quiet area can end up being a bit loud and less peaceful on the weekends if there's an event scheduled.  But for the 5 or 6 weeks we spent there, there was only one weekend that anything occured (was a paintball event) and really was not horrible, but something to be aware of.

This is a military campground and you do need ID cards for access, Military Police do patrol the area and often set up an ID check point at the entrance.

This is our home away from home

We have been member's here for several year's and camping here even longer (inherited membership from my Grandparents who I grew up camping with here).  The campground has a lot of amenities and all sites are full hook up.  As it is a member owned campground it is a community and we all help and take care of each other.  The average cost even with annual dues is a deal compared to most other campgrounds.  

My only complaint is some of the sites are a bit smaller, but for the area they are on average considering the location, we just prefer a bit more space, especially when the campground is full for holiday's but we are able to get reservations and sites even on holidays just a couple weeks out usually so it's still nicer and easier than other places that are usually booked months if not a full year out. 

Other than that, not specifically an issue with the campground, more the area that has a flooding problem, if the wind and rain comes in from the south, there can be a bit of flooding, some sites are worse than others, it's not a drainage issue, it's not a maintanace issue as it only occurs when the winds are strong out of the south.  Not something that stops us from visiting, just to be aware of and pay attention.