we didn't realize when we choose to stay here that fall fest was something that was taken so seriously. we where out of towners and felt like we where treated so as we happened to be trying to enjoy ourselves during the event. things we didn't know they close the roads in and out of campground during the event and have a limited window to move about in a car. If you are not familiar with fall fest be prepared for hundred of kids wanting to come trick or treating and campsites decked out. we did bring some candy with us, but we never managed to pass it out as the rain wrecked some havoc. we ended up only staying one night and leaving early when we walked out the camper into ankle deep water. the entire site was flooded not just some of it. we did not get to fully experience the lake which we would have liked to kayak on, but would have found it difficult even without the rain due to roads in campground being closed. we did manage to take a bike ride to one of the lakes and this was nice. the campground itself seemed to have some really nice sites, would have liked to enjoyed the park for what it had to offer since we weren't there for fall fest. we may try coming back but won't be back during the fest.
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