October 3, 2020 - reviewed by Rick
I will not stay here again. $54 a night yet the roads are gravel. Sites are small, neighbor had to move his truck so we could back in. When we arrived we had to sign a waiver again after we had already had done it on the computer. When we made phone reservation they did not tell us we could not bring are own firewood. When we arrived we found out we were required to buy their wood at $6.99. They have an wristband system that requires it to be worn at all times. Over regulation. Women’s bathroom dirty. Men’s shower lights on a motion sensor. Lights go out in the middle of the shower. Water smells like sulfur.
July 5, 2018 - reviewed by Fuser
Over Priced, tight spots
Late night check in, 9:45pm, one night stay (out by 11am) .Thursday night. $78.00! Gravel and grass sites, would not be a pleasant stay if raining. Two very large piles of dog du right next to the electric plug in. Gal at the desk was on her way out when we arrived and stayed to check us in, very nice and helpful. The place was pretty full and people looked to be having a good time, Fire pits and lots of lawn chairs. I'm sure kids would have a good time here, with the pool and mini golf. But for a quick overnight stop, I would continue on to the next place, $78.00 is just too much.
November 25, 2017 - reviewed by Jeff
Way over priced for camping spots, all gravel if it rains it turns into a lake. Save your money go somewhere else.
October 20, 2017 - reviewed by Dbuell
Quiet In The Fall
This park in the summer is so much fun. When I was a teen this was the place to be. Nice level spot full hook up all we need so we can get our yearly checkups and get going before snow comes.
July 13, 2017 - reviewed by Tito
Great Park For Kids
Great park with friendly staff. Stop by after seven days on the road and enjoy the waterpark and minigolf. Close enough to town but yet still in the middle of nowhere.