Reviewed by MikeD. on May 27, 2014
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This campground used to be my families favorite. Nice camp sites and a beautiful river to enjoy. Unfortunately things have changed. The camp hosts for some reason think they own the place and don't realize that they are there to maintain it and most importantly to provide a friendly atmosphere for the paying guests with their families to enjoy. The last few times my family has been there we have been disrespected and just downright treated very rudely. For some reason the lady host "Ginnie" always has something inhospitable to say or something to reprimand you for, even before you have a chance to step out of your car. If you want peace and quiet, that's a crap shoot. How can you enjoy nature with a leaf blower and a John Deere tractor running all day long when it doesn't even need to be. Especially a leaf blower, are you kidding me? I understand keeping the place looking nice but hey, you're in the middle of the woods. Who wants to sit and listen to that while trying to relax and enjoy nature? I'm pretty sure that's why people go camping, to get some peace and quiet and away from the leaf blowers and lawnmowers. On top of all this we have pulled into the campground to be greeted by the intoxicated camp host "Ginnie" on multiple occasions. Yea, real nice, slurred speech and everything else. It is now hard for myself and family to even want to go back there. I kept giving them another chance because we love the place so much but every time we return we just get disgusted with having to deal with the hosts treating everyone with disrespect. I understand following the rules but just to have someone riding around nit-picking your every move while you are on vacation is ridiculous. I am hoping that someone else will take over the job as hosts in the near future so we can return and enjoy ourselves as we have in the years past, without having the drunken camp host watching your every move just waiting for something to say. I will be contacting the U.S. Forest Service to further investigate this situation and see what changes can be made.
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