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Owners/Hosts were quite accommodating in giving us directions and making our late arrival pleasant. RV sites are graveled and level and large enough for most any RV. Laundry facilities on site are nice and clean, as were the restrooms. They have a covered pavilion with...More
We couldn't stay our last night due to health and needing to get back home but even calling ahead they wouldn't even give us a 1/2 price rate. We have to stay the two nights and just lose out on money for our last night....More
We arrived shortly after Labor Day and after the big summer rush was over. The park was still about 3/4 full but we found it clean, the sites level and the staff friendly. This appears to be a very family oriented park with lots for...More
This place is amazing! Very clean and tons of stuff for the kids to do (water slide, pool, volley ball nets, play ground equipment, and all sizes of bikes)! Not to mention the couple that run it are such friendly people! I would highly recommend...More
We stayed 2 nights and it was quiet and very clean! Although upon a reservation confirmation the 2 women on the phone we incredibly RUDE! Not a good way to start a vacation when you haven't even left home:(
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why... More
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why they hang around.
Some had gotten tame enough children were trying to catch them and hold them. They discoursge this. Diseased?Nonsense! Maybe city folk just aren't use to wild animals running free.