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Three Pines Campground

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Email: GregFarthing@aol.com

Phone: 570 226-6286

Total Sites: 40

Camping Season: May 1 - Oct. 10


Amenities

  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi

Directions

US 6N, to US 590W, approx 7 mi to Lakeville. Entrance is just W of Moc-A-Tek Lake.



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  • audre
  • Member Since: November 20, 2012
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we love it there

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July 2, 2012

We have been seasonal campers for (3) years, never had a problem. Everyone is friendly & gets along. We look forward to going their on weekends. It is a nice ride from our home. Try it, you will enjoy your self. We do.
Barb & Greg are great people.

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Always a good time. Friendly people, and a relaxing atmossphere. We love it there!

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June 28, 2012

My wife and I have been seasonal campers at Three Pines Campgrounds for 3 years and were part time visitors for a few years before we decided on a seasonal site. On our first visit we were greeted by the owners, Barb and gregg Farthing.They were very pleasant and offered to help setting up our site if needed. The seasonal campers were all very friendly, even inviting us to dinner at one of their pot luck dinners.(The food is always excellent and plentiful.)Three Pines is a small campground with only about 60 sites, and is a very beautiful and clean campground. Gregg and Barb are always trying to improve the campgrpund, such as enlarging some of the sites that may have been a little small to accomadate slideouts, added a new laundry room, site imprvements, etc YES, The speed limit must be obeyed, but this is for your safety, as well as the safety of your children and pets. If you are thinking of trying Three Pines Campgrounds, I'm sure you will be very happy, and have a pleasant camping experience. Come and visit us all at Three Pines!

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LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!

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June 24, 2012

My husband and I have been seasonal campers here @ Three Pines since 2007 and we love it. We travel 3 hrs each way to come up even just for the weekend. I was just reading some of the previous reviews and I feel I need to put my 2 cents worth in so here it goes.
First off Greg and Barb (owners) are good people and they want this to be someplace you can come and relax and enjoy. There were some comments made about Greg riding around on his tractor or ranger all day long...that is usually after 8 am and done by late afternoon and thats because he is working on making this place better than it was when they bought it. This place was a delapitated gravel pit with falling down RV's and no upgrades. Greg has been working on expanding the size of the sites so people are not packed in here like sardines.. like some other campgrounds who are only trying to make money and dont care what the place looks like. When Greg is on his tractor it is because there is work to be done... planting, delivering fire wood or moving rocks. He will be the first person to be there when you need anything. When Greg and Barb bought this place they saw a diamond in the rough and have spent years trying to make it shine. There are only so many hours in a day and only so much one person can do so it has taken time to do and somethings still need work...Like the rec-room and bathrooms.
Lets talk about the rec room, yes it does have a couple of desks because they also use this as an office (for now) and it may not be what some people would imagine but we have had some amazing campground gatherings in this rec-room, like our annual mexican night and birthday parties. We also have had some Thanksgiving dinners there too. When Greg and Barb bought this place there was a washer and dryer in the Rec-Room they have since built a laundry room to be used by the campers and they added a chest type freezer to sell ice because this was something the campers wanted. Is there more that they want to do... YES its a work in progress....
Now for the bathrooms... REALLY you are complaning because you have to use your own bathroom instead of the puplic bathrooms that are there for the tenters. Im sorry I would much rather walk a couple of feet to use MY OWN bathroom than walk to a public one. This camp ground has septic so its not like some of the others where you have to use a honey bucket and empty your shit.. you just have to pull a plug and let your waste go down the pipe to the septic.
Now for the dog situation... most of us up here have dogs and we all know they can bark but some of us try to keep that to a mininum... Some dogs are harder than others...We all have also let our dogs run in our yards without their leashes because we were breaking the rules not because we are Gregs drinking buddies, If we have gotten caught or had complaints Greg will call us on it so there is no dbl standard. We all have to clean up after our dogs and thats just the way it is and we do. We dont take them for walks and let them poop on the neighbors yard and leave it because we are respectful of our fellow campers and the surrounding areas.
I am sorry that people dont appreciate what Greg and Barb have done here and they may not be used to this kind of enviroment and only used to dumps that will allow them to do what ever they want and shit where ever they want.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion and just remember there is always 2 sides to every story so dont be to harsh to judge without coming here first to see for yourself.

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double standards appply here

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October 25, 2011

Three Pines Campground

Three Pines Campground owned and run by Barb (Barbara Farthing is pleasant and sociable, always has a smile for you) and Gregg Farthing. Three pins Campground is small with approximately 60 trailer sites and tent sites (tents in wooded area only). It is heavily wooded and makes pulling into some sites difficult. The campground is an old one with small sites more suitable for small slide-less trailers. Gregg Farthing has made every effort to accommodate the new larger trailers by combining two or more sites. Trees still interfere with awnings and satellite dishes. Advertised activities such as boating is not what is expected when the boats are filthy and pulled up and away from shore and the floating dock is not tied down to prevent excessive movement. The water is choked with water lilies making it difficult to row if you were so lucky as to be able to rent a boat and get it into the water. There are no other activities, no beach or swimming and some campers were told not to fish. If you are not tenting the toilet and shower facilities are not available to you. The recreation room/office consists of two desks, couch, TV, checker board, kitchen table, refrigerator small book shelf and a few other odds and ends. The room reeks of stale smoke making nonsmokers avoid the area. The laundry room is new with one old washer and dryer, slop sink and freezer chest with ice for sale. Campers sweep and empty the garbage in the laundry room to keep it clean.

In the 2010 summer season my husband and I stayed 3 weeks at this campground, we were very busy and spent little time at our site. The following summer we had a late arrival up north and had very little choice as to where we would stay for the season, we were able to rent a two site combo that would accommodate our large 4 slide fifth wheel at Three Pines Campground.

Unfortunately the summer turned out to be a very stressful. Gregg Farthing has double standards, if you are in his “In” group you can do no wrong and the rules do not apply to you, if you are unfortunate enough to commit in his mind a faux pas, you will be harassed until you leave or unhappily complete the season. If you ask for your money back so you can leave the response is no, even when he agrees to refund your money minus the electric used you never get it. He pads the electric bills, there is no formal bill, an amount due is written on a sticky note. If you are a seasonal I fully recommend not only writing down the kilowatts month to month, but taking a photo with a printed date so you can keep a record. PPL charges $.14 kwh (as of 2011).

This summer, 2011, of the 6 families that came under the gun, one couple rented an apartment just to get out of the campground and harrasment, two others asked for their money back but stayed, two just pulled up stake and left just after two days. He lied to one couple causing hard feelings toward another couple that they were on friendly terms with, both couples confronted Gregg Farthing. (yes they worked it out between themselves and are on friendly terms again.) He will also get in your face and scream.

He rides his tractor just about every day and most times all day, this is not what the campers expect on a supposedly relaxing weekend, for those of us that are there 24/7 it gets on your nerves after a while. Everyone understands Gregg is upgrading the campground but there should be a limit, say…no tractor on weekends.

It just smacks of double standards. Some requests were just so off the wall when a group of us sat around the fire at night we would laugh because the requests were just so far fetched. When I spoke to Gregg about the double standards he stated that there where not any, when I mentioned a few there was no response from him, when I told him that it made for a very uncomfortable and unpleasant summer and that we would not come back next summer he countered with, “your not invited !”




  • Lbeagle
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Owner his discriminating ,rude and if your not a drinking buddy, your in for it.

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August 31, 2011

I’m Elizabeth Villanueva but everyone calls me Liz, I travel with my boyfriend Drew who works with the pipeline so we go a little bit of everywhere. So we’ve been in a lot of different campgrounds. You could imagine my surprise when we came here to Three Pines Campground and the owner Greg treated as horribly as he did. I guess I’ll first explain the day we came to check out the campground (Three pines campground ) it was April 29, 2011 almost noon when we arrived we were met by Greg (the owner) who then showed us around the campground . After choosing a site we asked him about a couple of things 1) we told him we had our two beagles (Jack and Otis ) trained to stay with in our area with training collars instead of having them on leashes , at first he couldn’t believe it , once we assured him that they were he said “I’ll tell you what as long as they stay in your camp site and aren’t in other peoples then I have no problem with you having them out with just those collars on” 2nd)was Drew pointed out that where he would have to park at was not stoned and with us having such a big truck that it would mess up the grass there Greg said “it’s grass it will grow back no big deal” . 4th) Drew told him he’d be leaving for work each morning anywhere between 4am and 5 am Greg and Drew then began to talk about work and Greg said that of course would be no problem and assured us we wouldn’t have to worry about loud parties and such things. The last thing we talked to him about was our puppy Otis who at the time had just turned six months old and did bark and that we were still working with him on it ,Greg again said “no problem he’s just a puppy you’ll have that “. So we thought ok this is going to be a good place for us and decided Three Pines campground is where he would be staying on this job ……
We paid for the season in 2 payments the problem began a few days after we had paid the last bit we owed for the season.
First he came to me while I was sitting outside reading ,Jack laying at the foot of the chair I was in and Otis laying by the side of the chair both chewing on the chewy, and informed me I was no longer allowed to let my dogs out with only their trainer collars. Of course since this was something we had talked to him about I was surprised and a bit angry, I then asked him what I was supposed to do because there was nowhere to have a runner for them, his words “I don’t know”. So I put my boys in and that was that. That same weekend I became increasingly angry about it when I saw that several people had their dogs outside without collars or leashes.
The next week he came to us again this time about my puppy barking, again surprised since this was something we had talked about, utterly shocked Drew asked him why it was ok that all those yipy dogs got to carry on all day and threw the night but it wasn’t ok for my puppy to bark a little bit during the day his response was your age has a lot to do with it. Wow that totally blew me out of the water. How does this have anything to do with how old I am? Drew and I went out and got a barking collar which I did not like having to do, leashes and steaks that screw into the ground. We began using the barking collar and I began putting the boys out on leashes during the day to get some playtime outside.
The next week it had rained some so the spot Drew was parking in was looking rutted out but Greg had told him to park there as you remember when I explain the day we came to look at the campground. Well on a Tuesday I believe it was I went to the store with my friend Gail. When we came back the spot he was parking in was blocked off with yellow tape. Greg eventually came up to me to inform me I need to let Drew know when he got off work he was not allowed to park there anymore, that he wasn’t supposed to be parking in the grass in the first place .I smiled and said ok though it made no sense. Drew wasn’t happy since he had been told to park there in the first place but seeing as how Drew works 6 days a week 14 hour day or longer he was in mood to deal with it and just let it be.
Later that same week I had asked about renting a boat to take out on the lake, Greg said they weren’t ready to be rented yet. That weekend I was outside talking to my friend Gail and the women who was staying in the site behind us at the time, they had both mentioned having taken out a boat that weekend.. So that Monday I ask about the boats again I had really wanted to take one out to go fishing yet again Greg told me “sorry there not ready yet i haven’t had time to mess with them and I’m not sure I’ll have time this summer”. I simply said ok and walked away not understanding why others were allowed to rent boats but when I asked he told me they weren’t ready.
The following week Drew had gotten home early and had to leave back out to grab some things from the store, so I decided to go ahead and leave the boys out on their leashes while I went in and got into the shower since Drew would be back shortly I would just leave the door open so that I could hear them outside. While in the shower I suddenly heard Greg hollering for me to come out before being given a chance to answer this man has got on our steps and stuck his head in our camper, I quickly screamed I’m in the shower and would be out in a sec. I threw some sweats on and head out the door. The first thing I did was put my boys inside because they don’t like yelling and i knew I was about to go off on Greg. He’d really crossed the line this time and I was fed up with the way he wanted to treat us. He then told me my dogs had been digging up his yard though I walked to where their leashes where and to where they could reach and seen so sign of digging. He proceeded to tell me my dogs couldn’t be outside anymore and when I brought up all the other dogs who are allowed to run around without so much as a collar on and went back to the fact that all the other dogs in the campground were allowed to yelp and such all-day and about the dogs who were tied out including the dangerous boxers who lung at people. Yet he jumped on us if our dogs barked a little bit and now he’s telling me I can’t even have them outside? Greg then said “your age has a lot to do with this, your dogs are nothing but trouble and you’re going to have this problem everywhere you go. I told him No that we had been to plenty of campgrounds and never had any problems, that we always got compliments about how well our dogs behaved. I was hollering by then and went on to ask him how my age has anything to do with this. Well I eventually put my hand up and walked in the camper. Drew went down there to talk to him when he arrived home and I told him what had been done and said. When he got back he was very irritated Greg had told him that it was our dogs fault he hadn’t rented the spot next to us (which at this time there was a lot of spots open in the campground) Drew said Greg had also brought up the age thing with him but when he asked Greg to explain himself he simply ignored him and changed the subject, Drew said he had also brought up the fact that the partying Friday thru Sunday night was carrying on way past quite hours but of course he said nothing about that because those were his friends.
After that we got the hint apparently we were too young to have dogs that bark, have our dogs outside and too young to say anything about anything. We also weren’t family and friends of Greg’s or his wife so we had a totally different set of rules to follow which he made up as he went and changed often. And I wouldn’t be allowed to rent a boat from him. I couldn’t figure it out, was he discriminating towards us because of our age or could it possibly be because I was the only Hispanic in the campground? Whichever it is it doesn’t matter the only thing that matters is that it hurt be treated in such a way. I’ve had to deal with racial discrimination a many of times but never had I been discriminated against because of my age even as a little girl I had always been told how I am much more mature then my age and if you ask anyone who knows me they will tell you the same. As I said though whatever reason I had become very uncomfortable in the campground because of the way we were being treated ,but being as were here with the pipeline we didn’t have much of a choice but to try and tuff it besides we didn’t really want to lose the money we’d paid for the season.
The only time I left the camper was to take the boys on a walk, out to potty and to do my exercise video or on occasion go to Gail’s camper and visit with her. One day as I was heading out of the campground with Jack to go for our walk I ran into Gail at the laundry room talking to a lady named D I joined them in their conversation and was mortified to hear that Greg had also been treating them horribly to point he was actually screaming at D’s husband over every little thing while the people with the dangerous boxer across from them were allowed to do whatever they pleased. I learned then that the double standards didn’t just apply to us that Greg has but to a select few.
As the weeks went by my boys began to mope because of not getting to go out except to potty and to go for a walk. So when I noticed that a few people had exercise pens to put their dogs in I decided to talk to Drew about getting one. That night we found one online and ordered it. That week we also had A new couple move in behind us. I of course went over and introduced myself and when Drew came home from work that night I was sitting out there with them talking still so he came over to meet them and we all sat outside and got to know each other. Our pen was delivered a week later on a Saturday so Drew picked it up from where we had it delivered to and brought it to the campground. When he pulled up I was outside talking with the couple behind us (Joann and Arnold) who we had made friends with and Gail. He unloaded and we began to set it up. Once put together we sat it in the grass on or spot and put the boys in, they weren’t sure about being in the pen but they were happy to be outside so they stayed in it. We visited with the neighbors for a little while longer then headed into bed. Sunday’s are the only days Drew is off so we do all our earn running on Sundays so we go to bed early Saturday night too.
That Monday Drew was stopped as he came in from work by Greg. Greg told him he was no longer allowed to let his truck idle in the morning. Which made no sense at all Drew has a diesel so he has to let it idle a couple of minutes to let the oil heat up but he never let it idle more than 5 minutes maybe 10 some mornings. Greg also told him our dog pen wasn’t allowed to be in the grass it had to be put on the rocks, the dogs aren’t allowed on the grass at all. Greg also handed him a letter that also stated these things and as Greg handed it to him he said my lawyer has a copy. Drew said he told him “No” we will not put our dogs on the rocks that will hurt their paws and their bellies. Drew said Greg and him bickered a while and Drew finally just said whatever and walked away. Needless to say I didn’t let the boys out much in their pen.
A couple of weeks passed and we heard nothing else from Greg ,I continued to talk to D and listen at the horrible way he continued to treat them and then also Joann and Arnold for he had started in on them too. I continue to notice how other were allowed to have dogs off the leash and allowed to have their dogs on the grass. It wasn’t hard to see the double standards he had if you weren’t a friend or family member of his and his wife’s. That week passed and we began to think maybe it’s over maybe he has nothing else in store for us but we couldn’t have been more wrong. What he did next was something that I never imagined a grown man would sink to doing..
As I said earlier we do all our shopping and things on Sunday since Drew has to work the other six days out of the week. This particular Sunday we had gone to Viewmont mall to get my hair done and do a little shopping we were gone for four and a half hours. When we got back to the campground and started unloading the truck I noticed Joann and Arnold sitting outside with some people, Joann hollered hello and asked if I had gotten my hair done. I said hello back and yes then we went inside our camper where we stayed the rest of the day lounging around the only time I came out was to take the boys to potty. Now to finish explaining what happened I have to tell you this first. Joann and Arnold usually came to their camper Thursday and stayed until Sunday evening, they came to the campground to get away from everything back at home. Like I said we had gotten to know each other and often sat at one another’s camper and talked. So they left that Sunday and came back that Thursday. Now I had noticed when they were here that weekend they hadn’t said anything to me but I have those days too and just wrote it off as they weren’t in the mood to chat and never thought to mention it to Drew. It continued like that until Saturday night now Saturday night is what I call our date night if we don’t have a fire outside, we go out to dinner or a movie sometimes both. Anyways that Saturday night Drew came in from work and got ready and we headed out the door well as we got to the truck I noticed I forgot my phone and ran back in the camper to get it . When I came back out Drew was standing at Joann and Arnolds talking to them so I walk over and stood by Drew. I noticed their little dog laying in a chair and said awe how cute honestly not paying attention or really being able to hear what Joann said next I just smile and nodded ,Then all of a sudden she said how dare you, that caught my attention real fast and she began to chew me out. Now being someone who doesn’t take crap from people and doesn’t take lightly to people jumping all over me about something I have no Idea about I get mad and loud. Joann then tells us that Sunday that I had gotten my hair done, shortly after we got back to the camper, Greg walked over to their camp site (Joann and Arnold) and in front of all their guests told them we had called him and complained about their dog barking and they would have to do something about it. Drew and I were infuriated now we had never once called him we did our best to avoid him because of the way he treated us. Besides I had never even heard their little bark, it blew our minds. The only thing that we ever said about anyone’s dogs was when we asked Greg why all the yipy dogs got to carry on and ours couldn’t bark even a little and about the aggressive boxers who lunged at people but even that had been said months before they had ever gotten here. Well needless to say Drew went up and had it out with Greg. Greg denies saying that and says his words were misunderstood…. There’s nothing to misunderstand Joann said Greg walked right over to their site and said “Drew and Liz called and complained about your dog barking you’re going to have to do something about it”. Well we got in the truck and left to go have dinner though the night was completely ruined. The next morning when we went out we got a paper and began searching for an apartment or house to get away from the horrible horrible campground and its owner. Yes, we’ll be losing money and yes, we’ll have to just park our camper but it’s worth it at this point for us. I mean not only is Greg discriminating towards us, has double-standards but now he’s literally trying to turn other campers against us by telling them we’ve said things we haven’t. If he wanted to say something about their dog barking to them that’s his business but Greg had no right to lie and say we called him and complained. What’s wrong with this man?
Is this how Pennsylvania lets people in Greg’s position treat their tenants is there nothing that can be done. We’ve never been in a campground here in Pennsylvania and are kind of scared of going to any other ones around here afraid we’ll be treated the same way.
But of course that’s not the end of our experience in Three Pines campground august 25th I had decided to take my puppy for a walk around the campground since it was supposed to rain. We took a right away from our site and began walking up that way. When we came around the curve in the road I was frightened by two large dogs who ran up on my puppy Otis and me growling and snapping (It was the Rottweiler and golden retriever that Greg’s good friends owned which meant they didn’t have to be leashed.) the Rottweiler just kept snapping trying to get my puppy so I began to hit the dog the golden was beside the rotti growling, after hitting it a few times the dog grabbed my arm lucky I had my jacket on so it got it instead of skin finally the owner was trying to get it away from us he had already gotten the golden away from us but was having problems . He finally got it away and I scooped up my puppy who was terrified. Greg had been standing there by his riding lawn mower on their (the people who owned the dogs) site the whole time. Greg didn’t say anything to them didn’t bother to even ask me if Otis and I were ok. When I got back to my camper I was still shaking my puppy ran inside and hid under our table. Now yes, I should have called the police and filed a report but being the animal lover that I am I didn’t anything to happen to the dogs that attacked us ,it wasn’t their fault it was their owners fault for not having aggressive dogs like that on a leash and Greg’s for letting his drinking buddies have aggressive dogs in the campground… Then this man if you’d really consider him that, had the nerve to come up to me over 2 hours after this happens and tell me “well I talked to them about their dogs” BULLSHIT IS ALL I HAD TO SAY ABOUT THAT… If something was going to be said about it why hadn’t it been done right then and there? Why Greg wasn’t concerned about whiter my puppy and me were ok? Why was he allowing his drinking buddies to have such aggressive dogs in a campground in the first place? WHY WHY WHY??? Then he says they only frightened your puppy? What? Is this man completely blind does he need a definition of attacking? I was speechless and I decided against everything in me to stay calm and not lose it on this crazy and delusional man. I knew arguing with him would get me nowhere.

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was very rude,changed rules once he had our money and discriminates against us because of our age though were quite and respectful

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June 25, 2011

Horrible place,i've never been discriminated against because i'm my boyfriend and i are in our mid 20s..He works all day on th epipeline comes home goes to bed, I take cre of our two pups and maybe sit out and read,yet everytime i turn around he's made up a new rule or has changed one.His family and friends that camp out here though are free to do as they please. Our dog barks every now and then and we've been forced to get a bark collar ,while his family and friends dogs carry on all weekend long while their here.All in all this man should only rent to his family and friends. I hope i'm not coming off mean I just think people have the right to know what kind of place this is before they get stuck like we are.

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OWNER VERY TEMPERMENTAL & DISCRIMINATORY

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July 30, 2008

THE MALE OWNER IS VERY TEMPERMENTAL. THE FEMALE OWNER IS NOT FRIENDLY AT ALL, BUT IS BEHIND ALL THE RULES ETC.THEY WILL NOT ALLOW THE CAMPERS THAT HAVE TRAVEL TRAILERS TO USE THE BATHROOMS OR THE SHOWERS THAT THEY ADVERTUSE ON THEIR WEBSITE. THEY SEEM TO ONLY WANT PEOPLE FROM NEW YORK AND NEW JERSY THERE. THEY WANT QUALITY CLINTELE. IF YOUR TRAILER IS OVER 10 YEARS OLD, THEY WANT IT OUT OF THEIR CAMPGROUND, NO MATTER HOW GOOD OF CONDITION IT IS OR HOW WELL YOU KEEP YOUR SITE. HE ADDS MONEY ON TO YOUR ELECTRIC BILL, OVER WHAT THE POWER COMPANY CHARGES. HE DOESN"T WANT YOU TO HAVE ANY GUESTS, AND HE YOU DO AND THEY STAY OVER 4 HRS, THEY GET CHARGED $5.00. THEY HAVE NO AMMENITIES IN THE CAMPGROUND. THE CAMPGROUND IS KEPT PRETTY WELL. YOU CAN"T EVEN GET IN THE SO CALLED REC ROOM, FOR ALL THEIR FURNITURE FROM THE SALE OF THEIR HOUSE.. HE RUNS A QUAD AROUND EARLY IN THE MORNING AND ACTS LIKE A GUESTOPO.HE LOOKS YOU IN THE EYE AND STABS YOU IN THE BACK.HE IS VERY DISCRIMINATORY.HE YELLS AT YOU FOR EVERYTHING. AS YOU CAN TELL IT"S NOT A FRIENDLY TYPE OF CAMPGROUND

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Owner Very Tempermental

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September 3, 2007

This Owner is very selective as to what type of people they want to have staying in there campground. He will tell you he is full when he is not and refer you to mocatek or seculeded acres if he does not want you there. The campground is very pretty to look at; however it is not comfortable to stay at. You can only use the showers or bathrooms if you are a tenter. If you are in an RV you MUST use your own.

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