August 23, 2020 - reviewed by Vancampo
It Depends On A Lot Of Things
We stayed 10 days after arriving in area & finding everything else full. We had to move mid-way into visit from site 39 loop 2 to 70 loop 3. Camp host told me 39 was best site in CG - it was, though I got it by accident for 5 days without realizing. 70 was average. 39 is huge lakefront sandy site. Host this summer was amazing & helpful. Sites near entrance to loops were more unlevel. This year all loops are reservation only. During day in week its quiet & emptier, & fills & louder till 10pm. Weekends very busy! Sites are all paved & most are small yet many RVs are huge (& people bring boats & large trucks) making driving thru loops hard on weekends. There were LOTS of kids on weekends. The road runs near each site so every diesel truck is near your camper window & every person walking by is near your site/window (this was a virus concern on 70 especially weekends). I could hear the paper mill - not an issue in RV - would be a issue in tent. There were many generators at all times.
July 2, 2019 - reviewed by SueDean
Loops 1 and 3 are reserved sites and 2 is first come first served. This is Monday at noon and the loop 2 is filling up. This is a beautiful place and the bathrooms are very clean. You can hear the plywood mill in the distance and quite a few campers run their generators in the evening.
April 7, 2019 - reviewed by Andrea
Great place to visit with lots of interesting history! I recommend the walking trail! Campsite was quiet. Vault toilets until April 30th.
May 27, 2018 - reviewed by Jimmy Sprinkles
Current Camp Host Terrible
More like camp police than camp host. Not sure where they think they are but its not an 55+ RV park. Good luck if your in a bigger group or are talking a mintue after ten.
No showers, no hookups, nice place minus the hosts.