August 15, 2021 - reviewed by Justin
Lots of seasonal residents, but everything looked very well kept up, and they were often outside visiting with each other and very friendly. Another review mentioned needing long water hose and electric cable, which is true. I had enough water hose but had to go buy an extension cord. Almost no Verizon reception in the park, but they have wifi that wasn't too bad. Bathrooms and showers were good. We were only here for a couple days getting a repair from LeFevre's Mobile RV Repair (highly recommend) and had things to do outside the park, so can't comment on the lake or other attractions, but the whole park was very pretty.
October 27, 2020 - reviewed by Jason
We have a 98 pop up, we set up at site 92( electric,water site) Was awesome, close to the shower house., We had electric, for our heaters at night. (Shower house)
For there ages. Clean.
Me and the wife and grandbaby, oh yeah, family dog too.
( Grandbaby, 2 months old)
We had a prefect time. There's so much to look at while walking threw the camp ground, park or if ur passing someone near the lake fishing, or someone or a group of people playing frisbee golf. Park or camp ground. Quite place. Even with the main road close. There's plenty ok hiking trails for them thinking walks..Planing more returns, and some time on the lake to see how big them bass can be.
For now, have a riding trip plained. So oct.31 will be at the little mexico camp ground. See u then.
October 14, 2017 - reviewed by Jason
The Campground is nice and clean and so are the facilities. They have plenty of activity areas and the reservoir is good for fishing and kayaking. The campsites are pretty small and don't offer a lot of privacy. Also you will most likely need around 50' of hose and power cable to hook up to your RV. The electric and water hookups are shared by campsites and not close by.