This place has hundreds of spots. We hit it on a weekday, so it wasn't busy. RV sites are all lined up in rows in an open field with very little space between them. Not very private. We were only staying one night, so we didn't need full hook-ups, but they told us that was all they had. It was very expensive, but I guess you're paying for all the activities they have on site.
They definitely cover everything here -- swimming pool, horseshoes, basketball, rec room with TV, video games, books, and a pool table, a camp store, and a snack bar with pizza, burgers, hot dogs, and ice cream. AYCE pancake breakfast on Sundays for only $5 (also includes coffee and OJ). Coin laundry room was very small with only 2 washers and 2 dryers, but they were all working! Bathrooms and showers were clean. Camp roads and RV sites were in excellent condition. Most sites were roomy, but some were very tight. Be sure to ask. The only complaint I had was the noise -- lots of barking dogs and screaming kids (some running right through our site). If you want peace and quiet, this is not the place for you. But if you are a family with young kids, it's a great place!
Nice campground with lots to do for adults and kids, including a very clean and large swimming pool, a playground, a rec hall, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. Really clean bathrooms and showers. Free WiFi near the camp store. Limited supplies of food and gear, but a little snack bar that serves hamburgers, hot dogs, and ice cream. But get there early -- they only stay open until 6pm.
This campground was beautiful, scenic, clean, well-maintained, and well-groomed. Right on Flagstaff Lake for swimming and boating. They rent canoes and kayaks for just $10. There's a playground, a children's rec hall, an adult rec hall, basketball court, and volleyball. Each site is super spacious and clean. No overgrown weeds or trees. Bathrooms and (free) showers are super clean. Camp roads are paved -- great for riding bikes. Absolutely loved it here!
Scenic campground right on a lake for swimming, boating, and fishing. But bad roads into/around grounds, slow service at camp desk, only one really old washer/dryer working, power and water gets turned off between 10pm and 6:30am (and we were not made aware of this), and they do not accept credit cards. And watch out for the hidden energy fee that they don't tell you about. And for as much lakefront as they have, you are not allowed to walk along the beach in front of other campsites; you are restricted to small public beach and swimming area.
Spacious RV sites and lots of amenities and things to do. Laundry is a little expensive, but all machines were working. Bathrooms and free showers were clean. We didn't get to the back of the campground, but there's a playground, rec hall, mini golf, and horseshoes. The camp store is well-stocked with food, beer, and supplies. The snack bar has really good pizza and subs.
This campground caters to primitive tent campers. RV sites are expensive ($36 for elec only), they have low tree limbs, camp road is full of pot holes, and 2-way traffic one a 1-lane road makes it difficult to maneuver your RV. Plus the 8 RV sites are all located right next to the busy highway, so there's lots of road noise
Roads in camp have lots of low-hanging branches and potholes. Some sites are very difficult to get to/in. Only one bath house near entrance, and showers are outdoors. Swimming area is very small and isn't even a foot deep. Our site was nice, spacious, and quiet. Just be sure to ask questions before booking. Very friendly owners. Convenient location close to North Woodstock.