Our site was water/electric only at $15/night which was a good value as we needed somewhere to spend the night. Directions on this site and Google Maps got us to the campground with no problem. Once there, we were greeted by the campground host (after hours check-in). He was very friendly and oriented us to our campsite. Beyond that, this campground is in need of repair. The camping spot we were in was mostly gravel and the grass between the sites was very high. Recreational areas near the water are in need of repair. There was one kid's playground closed down with overgrown weeds. A second playground was available. There was no dog park available; although we were told one was there but damaged and hasn't been replaced. The sites for long-term stays are turned around all different directions. Beyond the gate, there were no sidewalks or amenities besides a gas station close by. This was probably the most dilapidated FamCamp we've experienced so far in our travels.
There have been multiple projects in progress at this camp for about three months. Two playgrounds are being removed and one is being replaced which is why they are fenced off. A new water-sporting area is also being built by the water. There is and has never been a dog park at this location. Updates on projects, purchases and improvements can be found on the information board in the laundry room.
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