The campground has an unusually large number of tent friendly, wooded sites with water and electricity. Both bathhouses were air conditioned and clean. The WIFI was a little spotty and didn't work 2 nights we were there. The said they have only one tower and are in the process of adding a second one since it gets over loaded. We arrived 6/22/13 and the campground was almost full due to the 'Barbarian Challenge' event. It emptied out on Sunday and we were there the entire next week with the place almost to ourselves. The pool was clean and well maintained. I noticed both bathhouses and the pool were handicap accessible with a lift for the pool.
Several families we met the first weekend were locals who enjoyed spending a weekend there and using the pool. One family showed back up on Monday with a load of firewood for me and the kids to use during out stay. Overall a great campground with great campers. Everyone was very friendly.
There are several raccoons in the campground that have been hand fed by campers and are not scared of people. If you're in a tent keep all food in the car. Do not sleep with any food in your tent!
The city park was great for small kids. Mine are 8 and 10 and they enjoyed the train, petting zoo and the hike to the falls. Admission wasn't bad at only $12 for the day for the three of us. A recent review expressed the petting zoo animals didn't look healthy. There was one very poor looking Mule but when I asked it was very old so not unusual to be thin due to bad teeth, etc. There is a free roaming female deer "Sue" that had a baby with her and came right up to be petted. The other animals were inside a fence but were more than happy to hang out within reach for a treat or pet. 7 nights in a tent cost us $106 including tax. My kids started asking on the drive home when we're going back.
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