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Point A Park RV Park and Campground
The hosts are VERY nice and the campground is smaller but nice on the lake. BUT, they have too many issues that we would never camp there again. First, the cable wasn’t working - not a big deal, as we don’t usually watch much TV camping, but when you offer it and is part of your pricing structure, then it should be provided. They actually had the cable people come out and fix it later that day, so that was a plus. The next issue, they don’t have sewer (except the few lake side spots) - 2/3+ have NO sewer. We met my parents there, so 4 days for 4 people with NO sewer was not easy. And they advertise it online AND on the sign IN the park, that they have full hookups including sewer. So, that was not only a big inconvenience, it was just a huge lie. Didn’t find out until we were there. And to charge the same price, whether you have sewer or not and lakeside or not - is just wrong.
The bathrooms were not clean as well. When you have 3/4 of the park having to share one bathhouse (again because of no sewer) you NEED to keep them clean - ESPECIALLY during Covid-19. At 5am, one of the 2 stalls in the mens had no toilet paper and the other one someone left it a disgusting mess. The shower floor wasn’t cleaned for at least 2 days (I noticed the same paper wrapper by the drain Saturday & Sunday). I don’t know why people would leave it this way (apparently we have pigs staying there), but unfortunately you have to still keep it clean.
BUT, the biggest problem, was the power supply was terrible - The breaker kept tripping. It was about 90° so we had our AC on and whenever we turned on anything (icemaker, toaster, etc) it would trip. We had to put our fridge and water heater on gas to keep the AC running. Then whenever we needed something, we’d turn off the AC and turn it back on after). I get you have problems that come up, but you need to do something about it. Never did they call an electrician or have someone that could swap out a breaker, OR even check on us. They offered another spot later that evening when it was raining, but unhooking and moving at 5, with parents visiting and resetting back up, was a HUGE inconvenience when they could have swapped breakers instead.
With all that, we would never recommend OR come back to this campground.
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Date of Stay: August, 2015
This campground is off the beaten path and on a lake, no less. Sites are wide enough that you are not right on top of your neighbor and most sites are long enough for big rigs. Seems that most sites also have plenty of shade, which this time of year is very welcome. We took a back-in site as we wanted to be closer to the lake, but there are also plenty of pull-thru sites.
The manager is on site and is most helpful, will take you to your site and gave us a choice of a few that were available for our 1 week stay. We plan to come back again and would recommend it to others.
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