Spring Lake

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Site 172

I read the other review posted a year ago. Here are my comments. Pulled in Sunday. Found a site (172) and yes, the sites tend to be grassy, but the ground is solid, it is the rainy season and I'm not inking in so what do I care if there is grass.. provided it is the kind you mow, not the other kind.

Sites were not level.. My jacks are not working right and I am level.. I've had to put a lumber yard under the tires in some parks and still not level but here all of them are firmly on the ground, No lumber.

Sites are small.. My Class a with cargo carrier is 40 foot end to end, and there is more than enough room for a towed if I had one.

Can't hook up both water and sewer at the same time.. YES, I can, and 15 foot Rinoflex is all I needed. plus a standard white hose from Wal-mart.

Have to hike all the way up to the ranger station to register the site in the rain.

Well.. In may, yes, but wait till the rain stops they won't complain.. Come June the store will be open and you can register there. (per the manager).

Would I come here again: This is my 3rd visit to this park. I would come here more often if it was not so far from where I travel normally, but yes.. I do plan on visiting here again.. Likely many times. It is a very nice park.

My membership is with a "Brother park" so I am treated like a member here (The park owner's brother owns the park I belong to).. Only improvement for me would be better Wi-Fi coverage, they are considering going all plug in and turning Wi-Fi off. (per IT guy)

Date of Stay:
 May, 2012

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Hit The Road JACK
53 reviews

Not What We Expected

We paid $10 per night with our Coast to Coast membership for a water, electric and sewer site. We had excellent service with our DirecTV and Verizon, both phone and MiFi.

Originally our plan was to spend a few days here but the place was just not what we anticipated. The sites are rough, grassy non-level, small, and the hookups are just plain illogically set up.

Upon checking in at the front gate, we were told to go grab any site and then come back and let them know which one we took. We do not have a vehicle and really now, why should we have to come all the way back up the hill while it rained just to do their job?

We looked at so many sites before finally deciding on one but could not hook up our sewer if we hooked up our water and electric. Dogs were allowed to run free and most were chained up outside and barked and lunged very often during our one night stay.

This is a membership park and this is no way to attract any buyers. They do have rules, but at no time did we see any security or any sign of management to get folks to adhere to the rules. Open sites, as well as sites that were occupied were not manicured and looked very trashy. This is not a resort, it is a campground and not a very attractive one at best.

With some TLC and management that cares about customer service, this could be a nice place, but until then it will remain a mediocre campground that we will not be recommending to others or returning ourselves.

As for adding their “Pet Policy” to this review, we see no reason for it since they did not enforce it.

Date of Stay:
 May, 2011
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