Holiday Acres seems like the camp you’ve been going to all your life. Who cares if the plants hanging in front of the windows of the dining room are dead, or that the king bed in Room 204 is so bowed toward the center that you can barely hold on. It’s on a lovely lake property with many opportunities for outdoor activities, a suitable dining room with a decent dinner menu and full bar. Honestly, it just seems tired. Or maybe I’m just not a lake country girl. But we got switched to a room where the bed didn’t sag and the a/c worked, and will go on our way today. The prices were fine. Carol (fd) and Roger (Gen Mgr?) were friendly and accommodating. Enough to say I would stay here again.