June 2, 2022 - reviewed by Jim And Shir
We Should Have Listened To The Reviews
We were optimistic but left early.Any camp that tells you to find your own site tells you how they keep an eye on the facility. On our camp site, the fire pit was moved around a few times and each former pit was not cleaned,filled with bottle caps and left over burned materials from the last campers.Some staff were nice.The full service RV sites were for permanent camper.Roads were very narrow when turning a rig 31 inches or longer.The electric and water sites numbered S 1-53 are uneven.There was no cable available and is hosted by a separate company. We tried to buy cable but found out it the wire was not connected to anything. They will not tell you,until after you settled in, that Wi-Fi is not free or available in those sites even if you wanted to buy data.Hay rides, children programs and restaurant are not open during week. Same as Amish petting zoo or some other attractions.Camp is still under construction across the cabins.Dust picks up w/wind.So very disappointed.
July 18, 2020 - reviewed by Brojo 5
Getto Trailer Park
The campground is situated on the side of a hill. Very few level sites. There are a lot of mobile home trailers with what appear to be full time residents. More of a trailer park than campground. The roads are steep an narrow maneuvering a larger rig it tight. Not a lot of shade in park. Best part was access to creek. The staff was very nice an accommodating. Amenities are nice and park was clean. First and last stay.
June 20, 2020 - reviewed by So Wickesited
Typical Thousand Trails Park
We stayed 4 nights here as part of our Thousand Trails membership. Full hookups (50amp, water, sewer). Lower water pressure topping out at just 42psi.
Check-in was quick and easy. Then we drove around looking for a spot. We ended up scraping our bumper going through a couple steep dips and hills so be careful it you have low clearance. While we were camped we noticed many people circling around 3-5 times trying to find and compare open sites. That backed up traffic at times as people were waiting and circling.
Many of the sites we looked at were not very level. We tried situating our rig a few different ways until we finally found an angle that only required a few blocks to assist in leveling. But we ended up in site B9 right under a large tree that helped add shade on some hot days.
We enjoyed day trips around the area, especially some Amish country stops. Verizon hotspot was weak but AT&T was solid.
May 27, 2019 - reviewed by Mike P
The staff were excellent! Getto like setting. 5 police car drove by in less than 36 hours. Watched a medical emergency happening, mother to younger son to move cars. Young kid backed into another campers truck than they were not going to say something to the camper so I did. Watched fishing with no licenses present , cut up fish as they caught them and cooked. We will not return.
October 9, 2018 - reviewed by Jim & Ann
One Of Many Travel Stops
Most sites are on hilly terrain. As all TT RV parks you must drive through to find a site you like. Power is 119 to 110 volts, usable. Sites by the river are nice, but, can & do get wet when it rains. Showers are clean only the dressing area is open to all, little privacy. Over all nice park with great staff.
August 27, 2017 - reviewed by B & C Kraft
Forrest Gump Camping
The staff - excellent. The amenities - very nice. The sites - SUCK! They are not level, you have to pick a site from whatever is available when you arrive. You can reserve a site, but like Forrest'mama says, this campground is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you"re gonna get! The area we were stuck with was like a ghetto. Essentially, RV"s were parallel parked on both sides of the road and elbow to elbow. So much potential, but little achieved. Also, no WiFi at the sites, you have to search out hot spots. We will not go back!