We only stayed at this campground for one night. It's way out in the country and very quiet. The site looked unlevel, but when we set up the levels we found that it wasn't that bad. We had a 50-amp pull-through with full hook-ups.
This is a very nice campground. We had a little trouble leveling, but not too much. All of the sites are large and gravel. There's a nice table and firepit on the grass between your site and the one next to you. The pool is unheated and it was cold so we didn't go swimming, but it felt good to relax in the hot tub. There's miniature golf and a tennis/badminton court. The fenced in dog park is large enough for any size dog to run around and have fun. Wednesday through Sunday there are free waffles, coffee and juice at the "White House". The bathrooms are large and private. The laundry (wash $2, dry 50¢ for 15 minutes) is large enough, but there are no chairs in there, so I went to the "Rally Room" while my clothes were going. The Rally Room has comfortable chairs along one wall and tables and chairs in the middle. There are jigsaw puzzles in there, or you can sit back with a good book until your laundry is done. There are also a billiards room and a fitness room. The staff keeps all of them clean. The company that owns this resort also owns eight others. We enjoyed our stay here so much that we'll look for the others while we travel around the country.
This is a nice, quiet, very shady campground. The layout of the sites is very strange. We were in a pull-through site that was L-shaped, but it worked for us. The owners are very nice, fun to talk to. It would be a great place to just kick back and relax.
If you can go anywhere else, do it. The sites are in the owner's backyard, behind the Marathon gas station. The only good thing I have to say about them is that they are level. They're on grass and when it rains you have to contend with mud. You can't hook up the sewer line without a donut. It's too low to the ground. The water connection is behind the electric box at site 3. I can't tell you about the bathrooms because they were flooded out during a recent rain, but the laundry is out in the open with just a roof for cover. Stay here only as a last resort.
This is a nice, quiet little campground. The gravel sites are level and roomy. We only stayed one night. Our pull-through site was long enough for our 36' Class C with our Ford Escape in tow, and there was plenty of room for a larger RV. It only cost $25.20 with our Good Sam Discount. The people are very friendly. The building where the office is located is actually a park model home. The office is the living room. There is a kitchen next to the office. You go down a hallway, and there is a small bedroom which is now used as a library. There are two washers ($1.50) in the hallway and three dryers ($1.50) in another room that was once a bedroom. I also looked in the bathroom. All are very clean. The only problem was the road into the campground. You have to go about half a mile on Old Military Road, which is a very narrow paved road, to get to the campground. The roads in the campground are also narrow. To avoid the difficult turn onto Old Military Road, turn into the driveway just before you reach Checkers. It goes through a large parking lot with an exit onto Old Military Road.