The first thing we noticed when arriving at this campground was that the office was filled with a lot of political propaganda. The camp store was not well stocked. It had a seating area that you could come in and relax or maybe use your laptop as the WiFi supposedly worked in the office. We did not try it. The TV in the seating area was on CNN.
The check-in process went smooth and before you know it Becky was leading the way to our site. We had a full hookup pull-through site. The site was concrete and took a little bit to get level. no more than most parks. The water, electric, and sewer hookups were all in good working order.
There were no cable hookups and the WiFi was very weak at best. The AT&T signal was satisfactory. As you look around this park the first thing that jumps out at you (at least it did for us) was a large number of drainage ditches located throughout the park. We actually got to see them in action because it poured on and off while we were there….lol
Large Fenced In Storage Area
At the front corner of the campground, there is a large fenced-in area. This area is for storage. We saw RV’s, boats, trailers, and trucks inside. It was not an eyesore as it was very organized and well kept.
The office was the central hub of the campground. To the left side of the office was the propane filling station. To the rear right of the office was the restrooms/showers. The front right of the office was the laundry room. All were clean.
That Could Be A Little Awkward
Behind the office/bathrooms was a gazebo. The grounds were well kept and clean. There were 2 dump stations. One on each side of the park. The one on our side of the park was located in a strange spot. It was right behind a site. If someone was in that site (1A) and someone wanted to dump it would be quite cozy.
There is a playground on the far right side of the park. Also on the right side of the park, was what seemed to be long term campers. The units were clean and neat. The park is pet-friendly but there is no specified dog area/park.
To the rear of the park was a catch and release pond. Around the pond, there was some housing for the ducks…lol. The pond water was an awkward color turquoise. We later asked Becky why the water was such an awkward color. She told us they added some kind of algae chemical in it.
In front of the pond was 2 covered picnic areas. Off to the left were the dumpsters. There was a wooded area behind the campground that we were able to walk. Just like the right side of the park, the left side looked like it housed long-term residents. Again, the area was clean and well kept.
Date of Stay:
Number of Nights: 2
Normal Cost Per Night: $36.72 inc tax
Our Cost Per Night: $33.05 inc tax
Total Cost of Stay: $66.10 inc tax
Amount of Discount: $7.34 (2 nights)
Type of Discount: 10% Good Sam
Our Review Summary
Jolly Acre RV Park
If we were to be in the area and looking for a campground to spend the night, we would not hesitate to come back. We actually spent 2 nights here to recharge ourselves a bit before hitting the road again. It was a well kept and quiet campground which makes for a great night’s sleep. If you wanted to visit the area, the only drawback would be is that there are no scheduled activities and other than the playground there is really nothing for kids to do at the park.
- Full Hook-Up Pull-Through Sites Available
- 30 & 50 Amp Sites Available
- Laundry Facilities
- Propane Refill Station ($)
- 2 Dump Stations
- Catch & Release Pond
- Covered Picnic Areas
- RV Storage ($)
- No Tent Sites
- No Cabins
- No Cable
- Poor WiFi
- No Pool
- No Scheduled Activities
- No Outside Game Areas
- No Dog Park
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