The reason we chose this campground was to visit relatives who lived nearby. Otherwise, we would not have come here and would not stay here again unless we came to visit relatives again. The campground is pretty dumpy and filled with seasonals that have some very unkept sites. I think we were the only transients in the park by the way the “locals” sitting outside the office looked at us when we pulled in.
The nightly price for our 50 amp full hook-up site with cable was $52. Which we thought was a pretty high price for such a dumpy campground. The water spigot was located behind our coach and on the passenger side so make sure you have a fairly long hose if you want water. We ran off our fresh water tank instead of getting out 100 feet of hose. Our fire pit was filled with aluminum cans and other garbage that someone threw in their hot fire. Guess they didn’t know that cans and bottles don’t burn like wood does. Hate that people use firepits as trash cans and obviously there was no “camp host” to clean it out. The best thing about our site was that we were on the end of the row and we had a big grassy yard which our dog loved.
The gravel roads were very dusty and people speeding made the situation worse. Playground consisted of a swing set and teeter-totter. Not that those classics are bad but if you are looking for that playground with climbing wall and twisty slide, you’re out. The “lake” is really small and there is a “swim beach” but the water was pretty stagnant and I really didn’t even want my dog swimming in there. There are some tent sites at the back of the campground that looked like people were living there.
Overall, this park has a really unkept feel. The office and maintenance buildings were pretty run down with junk everywhere. While the grass was mowed in spots, they had not weed whacked around rocks, trees, light posts, etc. for a long time and it looked really bad.