1. google user

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    This was an amazing campground, but not anymore. Sharon and her friends use this place as their personal playground. The rules state 14 day stay and then you must move. They also state no tent, or camper left unattended for over 24 hours. Sharon rents spots for the whole summer to anyone willing to pay. Uncle buck snags up a water front spot for the entire summer and parks his bus sideways to block everybody else’s view of the lake. Sharon will also let her friends right in even on full holiday weekends. I know one of these people. Granted it wasn’t a good spot but they called her 4th of July weekend and she got them right in. The campground has became a day care for parents who just wanna party! There are kids wandering around everywhere. We’ve seen kids wearing nothing but a diaper just walking around with no adult in sight. Riding their bikes up and down the hills paying no attention to anything around them. I have camped here for 10 years and watched as it went downhill!

  2. David Savageau

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    The goodFriendly rangers, friendly family-campers, scenic water view, inexpensive, great Internet (though not free).The badWatch out for your dogs; skunks prowling at night. No 50 amp electric. Cigarettes a profit center at the registration counter. Tight turns prohibit 45′ motorhomes.

  3. A Google User

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    We camped here over Memorial Day weekend 2012. 6 adults, 1 baby. We are seasoned, regular tent campers. We reserved 3 sites on the water, thinking that would be a nice change of scenery from sitting in the woods amongst trees. Turns out there were no trees at all. Very few anywhere in the campground except for a few sites. Makes for a lack of privacy and certainly no feeling like you are in nature at all. I think this campground is designed more for people who have boats and want a cheap place to be close to the water. Not for campers who don’t have boats and are used to being in the woods.Being on the water was ok, but other campers seemed to think it was a public beach area and just walked through our campsite to get to the water. Not a lot of seasoned “camper etiquette” types here.There was no option for doing dishes. We know not to use lake water or bathrooms and most campgrounds have a designated washing station. The staff told us we were the first people who have ever asked about what the rules and procedure are for doing dishes. I still am baffled at what the other 50,000 campers were doing. Even though our sites were at the end of the row, which we picked intentionally to cut down on traffic, it turns out the boat ramp was beyond our sites, meaning that all day there were large trucks and SUVs pulling boats and trailers around, staring at us out the truck windows, since we had no privacy.All in all, we made the best of it. We went and bought some inflatables to sit in the lake, we parked our cars in a way that shielded us as best we could from the noise, and we still had a great time with each other, despite the less than ideal campground for campers.Oh, one more minor point…..the bathhouse was set up in a way where the men’s room was right up front within view of the road and campsites. The women’s room was around the backside of the building. I’m no wimp, and I did feel safe the whole time, but I have never seen a bathhouse that placed the women’s bathroom entrance in such a way where, whether dark or not, no one would be able to see if someone were being placed in an unsafe situation.

  4. Tyler Horton

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