Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Great place to stay when visiting the local attractions. But, you don't have to leave the campground to find fun things to do. They have a small water park, paddle boats and water bikes, a mini golf course and a short walking trail. There a variety of sites, some are quite short, others almost a 100 ft long, so be mindful of that when choosing a site. The sites are narrow strips of gravel, so you will, most likely, be stepping out onto grass and they don't allow mats. This wasn't a problem, though. The quiet hours are listed as 10pm to 9am, but they also have a sign posted saying 11pm to 9am. Not really a problem, but misleading. Especially when they have busloads of children arriving as early as 8:30, or earlier. Another issue is they don't (I'm actually not sure they really can) enforce the no alcohol policy. I saw beer bottle and cartons quite a few times. It was never really loud or unruly, but there were a few parties. They have a nice bathhouse, that is shared with their water park, which makes it hard to keep up with. I consistently found piles of sand in the sinks and wet toilet seats. Also, they use solar for hot water, so if you like to shower in the morning, don't expect the hot water, if any, to last. All-in-all, though, I would definitely stay here again. The park is very clean and they have an Amish family that comes in about 5pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Their baked goods are perfection!