We camped there in August 1998, and I found this campground in Woodall's directory.
My husband and I took out 3 grandsons, 9, 7, 2-1/2. They had activities for every age, fishing pond, large and a small pools, hay rides, especially fun in the dark when you take lights. The hay ride went all over for 20 minutes and you could see the permanent campsites which train yards set up with lights all over. Kids can go themselves or adults can go too. The sites were large and clean, and everyone was nice. For entertainment they put on shows and singing. They even have a restaurant on the grounds, with an inside dining room. We will go back.