Part of our group is on sites 77,79,91. 77 is on the top of the hill and water runs through 79 and starts forming a small lake on sites 91-99 or so. If you're camping in an RV the water does recede rather quickly with the fine sandy soil. But if you're in a tent be forewarned that you might end up with a mess if you're camped in the flooding areas. Also a slight inconvenience is at 77 we are literally right next to he garbage dumpsters so if they're full and the breeze is just so, it's a little hard to enjoy time outside the camper.
This campground has a lot of kids around. Sites are not extremely large, but not the tiniest I've ever seen either. Their rates are reasonable. The grounds and facilities are well maintained and kept in nice shape throughout the entire year. If you go to this rustic and rural campground you are sure to have a relaxing and enjoyable time.
Management has been nice and hands on and willing to fix any issues that arise. Personable staff with spacious lots. Fishing pond is in walking distance of campsites. Will take care of any special needs and even helped up park our RV when we arrived in inclement conditions.
I was on a group bike trip which stayed at this location a number of years ago. It was nice to be along the Clear Fork of the Mohican River. Our tent sites were right along the water. The campground is also conveniently located right along a paved and scenic bike trail. During our stay the bath-house also acted very nicely as a storm shelter for cover against tornado watch weather. Even though weather was a downer for our trip the campgrounds (although small) was very well kept and somewhere I will recommend without hesitation.