I have been camping here since i was a kid myself with my parents and now i do and my daughter does and we have always enjoyed Willow Mill, we have been to several other places also and Willow Mill is always slike coming home when we go there. The staff is friendly and always helpful. i read someones comment about Willow Mill and we have never had any problems like they are talking about and i feel bad if they want to go to Silver Springs then you will know what partying is about as that is a rowdy campground and not family oriented like Willow Mill is. We were just there for the bed races and the place was full and we had no noise problem at all and we were surrounded by permanet campers who were friendly and visited with us not rude at all. And the bed races were great...hoping to possible camp there this coming weekend again for the Christmas in July sure sounded fun too. As a all in all Willow Mill is great fun for our family and i would highly suggest it to anyone.
In 19 years of camping, I have never had such a horrible experience. I do not go camping to party into the wee hours of the morning - especially now that I camp with my young grandchildren. The noise level was horrible Friday night, but got better when the 11pm quiet time came. Saturday night I had to go to the seasonal site behind me at 11:20pm to ask them to stop shouting - I was told that they had been camping there for 25 years, so they could do what they wanted. It is evident that the seasonal campers are the owners priority - they are allowed to encroach on the open sites with sheds and things. If you have a large camper, you may need longer hoses or extension cords to reach the water & electric.
It was also difficult backing our 32 ft rig in the spot because of the back hoe parked across the road just in front of our site. The road is narrow, so it was a challenge to get it in.
We were also disappointed that the miniature golf is only open at night (it is inside a locked building). Our 5 year-old grandson was not able to do this, as he goes to bed early.
The brochure also did not state that a fishing license is required - we found that out upon checking in. My husband enjoys fishing with our grandson - he couldn't do that because he didn't have a license.
If you stay up late and don't mind noise, you may enjoy this campground. But I will spend the slightly higher amount to camp a few miles away at Silver Springs next year.
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