with the setting and imagined what it would be like to see the full cranberry harvest happening in the fall. There is a beautiful pond where you can fish and kayak, a small beach, and a ton of amenities and activities including an arcade, playground, pool, miniature golf, 24 flavor soft serve ($), RC track, dog run, and sports field with all sorts of sports. Upon check in you receive a wristband to provide access to all those amenities. The downside is the hefty price, with even standard sites, comprised of a dirt pad, costing you over $100. We initially booked one of those, but when pulling into our site, deemed it difficult to actually pull our rig into. If any rain is in your forecast, these standard sites will become a sticky, messy, muddy situation that I certainly wouldn't want to deal with. Premium sites are all easy to pull in and out of, are level, and have a firmer, gravel base. Sites in the lower loop of the park seem to be most big rig friendly with a standard RV park layout. All sites have hookups, fire pits, and picnic tables. Interior roads are a dirt and gravel mix, so it can get a bit dusty at times. Overall, we loved our last minute decision to stay here and, despite the price, would stay again to visit the area's charming attractions.
Best Sites: 101, 110, 111, 440, 444, 448, 487, 500, 527, 528, 550, 551, 571, 572, G, any premium site
Poor Sites: Standard Sites 15-48
Hookups: Electric, Water, Sewer
Potabke Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes