Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
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An older campground that’s picking itself up by it’s bootstraps
We spent three months here because we made Winter plans late and had a hard time finding a site for 90 days. We were a bit leary of the campground before arriving and when we arrived it looked a little worse for wear, but we found out that the former owners lost the park to the bank and the bank was now managing the campground. We saw a lot of cleanup work going on and while there’s a way to go the management is nice, the rest of the staff are nice and it’s a nice enough place.
Yes, the roads are twisty, and some of the sites have concrete slabs that are cracked but we had no problem negotiating the roads with a 40 footer plus a tow. The other RV’ers we saw were similarly not troubled by the spacing. You just have to pay attention to where you’re driving — which is pretty good advice anytime you’re behind the wheel.
The pool could be kept a little warmer but it IS kept very clean. Laundry facilities are ok.
There are a mixture of park models, numerous annual residents who live and work in the area, so it’s not your ultra-social park. The seasonals did pot lucks and cards and such but the participation is not as high as one might suspect for a park of it’s size. Still, for quiet people like us that was just fine.
We enjoyed our stay, would return if we are in this part of the U.S. again!
Not set up for travelers
Spent a week here. Heavily treed and covered with moss. No way of getting satellite TV even with auxiliary dish. Cable TV not much. WiFi is a hotspot and you have to log in with a laptop and Internet Explorer. Won't work with tablets or iPods.
Many spots are not very level and roads are narrow.
Most people are snowbirds that stay long term and have the time for a long time setup.