Nice campground, not far from home. Quiet time was early in my opinion and strictly enforced. Lots of mosquitoes, not sure they spray. My site, 111, was huge and close enough to everything, but not too close. Loved it. The trash bins are located clear to the front of the park, so it was a bit of a walk. I think they should provide more centrally located bins in the campground as well, but when I mentioned this, I was told they didn't want to have animals in the park. Seems to me the trash was on everyone's site anyway. I did see an employee picking up trash on occasion, but there didn't seem to be any set schedule for this, so if you wanted to not have trash on your site overnight, you needed to take it to the bins. Overall it was a decent campground and I will return.
This is a large, clean park with many things to do. It was expensive, easily the most I ever paid, but I knew that going in. I agree with the "corporate feel" post below, but it didn't have any affect on my stay. The security was non-existent, campers policed themselves and for my 5 nights, I didn't experience any problems. My family was there to see the surrounding area, so we didn't stay in the resort the whole time. Perhaps the price would be justified if we did. We did enjoy the park with the free shows and bike path and fishing pond and pools when we were there. I give the park an 8 because I felt the additional $8 per kid per night was excessive.