3 star rating
Fun but sandy

We've been camping here for 14 + years; always staying on the Rally Field sites in spring. This fall, we camped back on the road sites. They are large but with trees, sites are hard to get to as well as in to. They put in a new water area which provided a ton of fun for all ages from 9 - 50 in our group. However, for the cost of a night's camping ($84), they need to pave, or at least gravel the roads. There is new management so hopefully they will make some good changes. They did, however, do away with their end of season 1/2 off clothing sale - which was still displayed on their Yogi Channel in the park. Their prices in the camp store are a little on the pricey side; guess it goes along with the cost of a night's camping.
We will camp here again probably, but since we used to pay between $40 + $50 a night and it's now $84, we'll certainly entertain other options first.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.

Written by Kim9292 on September 3, 2013

Forgot to mention, they do have seasonal sites; they are neat/clean and the people are friendly. They do not make you feel like they wish the transients weren't there like happens at some other campgrounds.

Written by Kim9292 on September 3, 2013
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