This was our first stay with Thousand Trails, and it was amazing. The spots are spacious and the grounds are well taken care of on this property. My son and I enjoyed the bike and hiking around the lake. I would highly recommend it!!
Everything was great except we didn't get to experience the paddle boats or pool but that is understandable. We were there in mid September. Kids liked riding bikes and gaga ball played with another family there.
Great place to stay right in the forest. No sewer hookups but dump is nearby. Every campsite has nice picnic tables and fire pit but we could not use be at of Statewide burning ban. Good trails to walk and explore right in the forest. Good showers and excellent laundry facilities too.
Unfortunately a pattern of Thousand Trails campgrounds..no hookups, no wifi, not kept up. Sites were good size but found nothing about this place to make me want to come back. They had two water line breaks so they had to truck in water
This is a great park. It is part KOA and the rest is TT. The KOA side is real nice and I guess better than the TT side. That being said the TT side is real nice. Sites are gravel and mostly level with some sites having 50 amp. No sites have sewer but all are W/E. Roads are grave and treated so there is very little dust. The Bath houses are very nice and kept clean. There is a real nice lodge and pool also a nice lake that you can fish in. Lots of trails and walking areas.