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Suzy Q

Okay for an overnight stay but would not recommend for a destination?.
This place desperately needs updated.
A third of the resorts occupants are full timers and a clean up day is needed.
Lost a Lake Resort would be better named Lost Lake Trailer Park.
On a positive note, the laundry room was clean.

Posted Jan 12, 2018 by Suzy Q from Minnesota. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

Budgetmomma

Slums is the word. I only stayed here because I had too. I expected to stay in a family driveway but circumstances changed so I had to find another place. This place literally smelled of sewage. I was parked in ant hills. I will be spraying for bugs for the next week inside and out of my trailer.
The rate for 4 ppl is actually for 2 adults and 2 children. I told her it would be 1 adult and 3 children and she was going to charge me for the third child until I told her of the death of my uncle and that I wouldn't need the spot if not for that. Infuriating. The pool was disgusting. My kids swam in it once and no more. Bathed right after. They bought some snacks from the store that were expired by 2 years. The wifi never worked. We won't be back. No veterans discount.

Posted Jul 29, 2017 by Budgetmomma from Tyler, TX. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

The Free Five

This was an average campground with plusses and minuses, however we probably would not stay here again.

Pros: The staff was friendly and accommodating. The campground has a lot of old oak trees which make it more scenic and also provide plenty of shade. There is open space on two sides of the campground, giving it a more rural feel. There is a pool, which we did not use, but the water looked clear. Despite the large number of permanent campers, the place was quiet and peaceful. Free wifi, but with poor performance. Accepts Passport America and Tents For Troops.

Cons: Overall the campground is quite rundown and not well maintained. The roads are narrow and winding consisting of sand, gravel and cracked concrete/pavement - 40ft is definitely the maximum here and only a couple of sites will fit that size rig. Not all sites have pads or are level. About 1/2 of the total sites are occupied with stationary campers and about 1/2 of those contain campers that are decrepit and have obviously been sitting there for years. This gives the campground an unfortunate slummy feel.

The campground price only includes 4 people - anyone above that pays an extra daily charge. Pets are allowed (but no large dog breeds), but those also incur a daily charge. So anyone with pets and/or kids will pay more than the advertised price which considerably lowers the value of this campground.

Posted Jun 11, 2017 by The Free Five from Florida. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.



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