We were here for two days. This place was great! Very friendly people, very clean, and lots to do. It has no pool, but it has a super nice beach for swimming. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
We camped there as hosts of a 7 unit brand specific rally. All units were 36ft 5th wheels and we fit into the pull throughs nicely. The clubhouse has been remodeled this year and is beautiful. We were allowed to use the clubhouse for our meals and meetings. The manager was very accommodating. Had a free movie ad a couple of 2 for one breakfasts, a 2 for 1 ice cream and free frogs legs one afternoon. It is remote but there is a town within 10 miles. Cell phone and cell internet was iffy but AT&T and Verizon did usually work. If the campground had free Wi-Fi and Cable TV it would have had a 10 rating. This campground was resurrected from a long dormant period by a very committed manager and I would expect it to only get better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The price paid was $3 more for a holiday weekend. It included a ticket for buy one, get one free breakfast and use of the paddle boats for a full hook up 50 amp back-in site. Big rigs are doable but Crazy Horse Road is pretty narrow getting out to the campground. Although this park was our worse nightmare, as our Verizon phones and cell card did not get a signal and our satellite dome was under a tree and we were here for work purposes, we quickly discovered once we resigned ourselves to the loss of modern technologies that the staff was exceptionally nice and helpful and the folks were friendly. There were many "regulars" who lived within a few miles of the campground and come out for the weekend. There is a swimming beach and fishing, lots of activities -- there was a Fourth of July parade and Bingo, a nice playground and game room. It's a little far off the beaten path, but would make a nice weekend getaway with the kids or away from the phones, internet and TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.