We decided to stay at this campground because it was the cheaper of the three. That was the worst decision we ever made. We have stayed in a great number of campgrounds over the last 5 years, and this is by far the worst campground EVER!!! We got here at night when it was raining. We had 3 other people with campers with us at the time. When we arrived, they stuck us in 4 of the worst spots in the whole campground. We had to wade through a freaking river in order to get our campers set up. Once we were finally set up then the real nightmare began. For 3 mornings in a row, we were awaken by the State Department with loud chainsaws along with wood chippers. Did I mention that the chainsaws and wood chippers were literally about a foot away from our campers. We had wood chips thrown all over our campers and trucks!! Did the campground do anything about it...NO!! They told us that they was nothing they could do about it. We spoke with the KOA which is only about a mile down the road and they said that yes there was plenty that our campground could have done to help make our stay a little less dreadful, but they choose not to! It is winter time right now, and we have been at this campground for a little over 2 weeks now. Out of those 16 or so days we have been without water for over half of those. Two Rivers Campground makes you disconnect your water if the temperature gets even remotely cold!! They do this so that their pipes won't freeze because they have not taken the necessary precautions for the winter months!! Besides the fact that the people who own and operate this campground are extremely rude, the actually campground turns into a river every time it rains!! If you want you stay to be a decent one, I would strongly recommend paying a little extra money and staying at either the KOA or the Yogi Bear campground!! Don't even bother with this hell hole!!
Cons: Basically everything about this campground is a CON!!