Campground is nice, kept clean has new bath houses installed about two years ago, which are individual rooms w showers, toilets and sinks. Lots of shady camping spots, the electric service really needs to be upgraded. If you have 30 amp service, it's usually ok, but for those RVs requiring 50 amp, it sometimes knocks out the service of the RV next door.
I have never been to the splash park, but see the families and kids traveling in and out all weekend who come for the day. We have been to the amusement park and they do have some good rides. An old fashioned wooden roller coaster, not my favorite, I just prefer, new sleek metal type roller coaster. The pirate ship which swings back and forth is a fun family ride. They have a nice splash coaster, I rode it with my friend's son this year. He is small and was a little worried as we got on, he got off laughing and begging to ride again! They have an area for little kids, an area for young kids that parents can participate along with their kids, burlap sack ride, swings, small roller coaster.
There is a drag race strip on the far side of the property and most weekends the park is open, they will be racing. Many people attending the bigger races also camp in the camp ground, so you might check in advance before you go if you don't want to hear race cars in the early morning. If you're up for trying something new, go on over to the race track and watch a little racing. Some of the biggest names in NHRA drag racing come to Bowling Green to race and it's the only track in the country with covered stands! You can walk right up to the starting line, brush elbows with Team Jeg or Team Alanabi members.
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