Paradise Lost - started off on a bad foot when I tried to make a reservation and no one picked up, which would have been OK if they had ever called back (office staff left early that day). I called again and got a great security guy that helped. Off the main highway and down some narrow roads. Found it was not big rig friendly - not bad for motorhomes but rough on large fifth wheels. Don't try the Friday night rib eye special unless you like the taste of charcoal. Finding the office was a little difficult since there were no signs. The lake is nice and the pool is the largest one I have ever seen but didn't have time to try it out. There is a charge to put your boat in the lake or to fish.
The managers seem nice, but they are forced to charge ridiculous charges by the owner. They meter your electric use (for even one night). They charge an additional $2 fee for back ins and $4 for pull-throughs, another $3 for cable. The overall fee is fine, and I wouldn't mind paying more, but don't nickel and dime me to death! They park the rigs as tight as they will go, and it is just a rock parking lot with hookups. Oh yeah - if you want cable ask them if they have this issue straightened out yet.
One of the best campgrounds we have stayed in. Easy pull-through sites, nice new hookups. The grounds were well maintained, the fishing was good, and the workers were all helpful and friendly. The clubhouses were nice and the pools beautiful. We didn't use the restrooms or washrooms so we can't comment. Highly recommend staying here, but check availability or book early. This area has special sales that take place once or twice a month and the campground fills up.