As you know, our camping trips have taken us to very nice places and other places where we didn't want to get out of the RV. The trip to Medina Lake is ‘interesting', GPS has us turn and drive through a few roads where we would not have stepped out of the RV, but then when you get to the RV Park, it is secure and beautiful!
Medina lake is huge and the resort is situated on 1 small section of the lake but has what seems like a mile of shoreline to walk on. Overall our 3 weeks at this resort will be missed and we will be coming back.
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Yes, the resort is very long and broken up into 2 camping parts. We were in the section closer to the water as opposed to closer to the pool. We were in F18, which is a pull-through site with privacy on all sides while still allowing satellite without any issues.
Non existant wifi… argh I hate to have to type this again…
Camping today is not what it was even 5 years ago, today we use the internet to stay connected, Facetime with family and friends and also work. We did use the wifi in the rec center, but could barely get a reading on a speedtest…
No fire pits AND no fires unless you either rent or own your own fire pit. Off to Walmart we went and purchased a $29 fire pit and then used it nearly every night just using the trees that the staff wasn't picking up that fell each day.
Rentals were $20 PER NIGHT… We were insulted by that type charge and then to have them tell you to go to the gas station for firewood at $10 for 6 pieces of wood…
how easy is the campground to find?
Very easy to find so long as you do not listen to your GPS. If you are visiting this campground, make sure you look at the map prior to driving so you know where to turn and the most direct route.
Thousand Trails also has a few signs up, but sometimes when you are in traffic in a strange place, you do not see all of the signs.