Would we stay again? Yes
We celebrated our one year ‘travel’versary in this campground. It’s definitely a destination spot and one where you can really relax.
We stayed in a 44’ toy hauler with an F450 Tow Vehicle and 15 passenger van. 6 children with no other pets.
This is a nice, well kept campground. It’s under new management as of 2021 and they are working hard to restore it to its former glory. The campground has been around in various forms since the late 1800’s due to the historic mineral springs on the property.
It has a playground area, hiking trail, lots of open grassy area, and they raise whitetail deer. They also have roller skating and miniature golf for a fee.
The bathrooms are well kept . The laundry room had one washer and dryer and did not appear to charge for them (we did not use them).
All sites are gravel or grass with a LOT of mature trees. The campground is split into two major sections. All hookups are in the middle of the site for the front sites (50 amp available) and at the back for the rear sites (30 amp only). Our site was about 60′ long so the truck and the van were parked separately from the camper. At first we parked in the site next to ours but moved to a grassy area in front of the camper when the campground filled up.
We had two major storms come up during our stay, including one where the stream flooded over the bridge and we had to evacuate for the night. In both cases the owners were very aware of the incoming storms and gave people enough notice to evacuate or seek shelter in the basement of the historic hotel.
Verizon has good cell service. T-Mobile no service. AT&T seems weak as well. Verizon/Visible 30Mbps down/1Mbps up (until it pauses for 5-10 minutes).
We stayed for 4 weeks.
The campground owners are friendly and eager to help with any needs.
Nobody wanted to leave. Nice and peaceful. Everyone was friendly.
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