We decided to stay here by their website photos. Should have read the NEGATIVE reviews. This place is run down. The bathhouse had rusted locks, burned out light and litter (used Covid mask) on the floor. The entire park lost water for 3 days due to old park plumbing. Narrow roads and obstacles galore. There was a floating bag of ?Dog Waste? in the pond next to our site. It stayed there for our 14 day stay. This place needs major help. Avoid this place or your RV life will be miserable.
We found this place online and didn't pay attention to the negative reviews, what a gigantic mistake. We stayed two weeks and paid cash, another mistake! This place is old and seriously neglected. For instance, both the restrooms and shower doors had rusted-open locks. The light in the shower was burned out. There was a bag labeled "Dog Waste" floating for our 14 day stay next to our site in what they call a lake, more like a toxic waste site! The washers and dryers were rusty and full of what looked like dog hair.
The roads were very narrow with tight turns, a real obstacle course. Big rig nightmare. During our stay the entire park lost water when a supply line in the park broke. We were without water for three days and then had to boil the water for a week. We used the bathrooms at a gas station 2 miles away and showered at a state park 20 miles away.
The owner, Peter, would not refund our money after the water loss so we were stuck. To add to the misery, the permanent resident across from our trailer had three very large dogs (think Pit Bull and Rottweiler) inside their trailer all day long while they were at work. Those dogs never stopped barking until the owners returned. This same resident had an outdoor construction project on going complete with electric saws and unsightly stacks of lumber.