Dogs and kids
Dog friendly! There’s a large bark park with the separate areas. We have a little old dog and were grateful to have access to a separate pen. The camp WiFi at site 189 was excellent: the best we’ve experienced in two years of RVing full time. Our Verizon signal was ok to good. The pool complex is adjacent to a very large covered picnic area. In addition to a modest sized swimming pool, there’s a whirlpool and a small “conversation” pool which we enjoyed. Many campsites have no shade so bring a sun shelter. The laundry room was tidy with clean machines, but we didn't use it. The women's restroom "suite" at the pool had a toilet, sink and large shower, sparkling clean. I didn't find a traditional bath house.
At the rustic lodge next to the river there’s a burger shack with a good sized menu. It was open Friday-Sunday during our stay. There are outside tables overlooking Convict Spring and air conditioned tables inside next to the reception desk. The spring produces a lot of water so the swimming hole is crystal clear. Dogs are welcome.
This is a great place for kids. Guests are provided with wrist bands to assist the security team. There are kid friendly touches everywhere, such as oversized footprints painted on the asphalt to guide campers to the pool. Watch out for gangs of short people on bikes.
Bring your Covid-19 face masks as it is required inside common areas. When not behind plexiglass, some of the friendly staff need gentle six feet/mask reminders. Pigeon races happen on Saturday. Bring your bicycle to get around. 30 amp rigs may need a 50 amp adapter.