The amenities promised will also be huge, with food service delivered to your door, housekeeping and kitchens in the cabins, not to mention the standards of restrooms, showers, trash receptacles, laundry, and vending machines nearby. Additionally, there will be at least four public buildings on site (shown below).
The General Store
Every good campground needs a place to purchase the basic foods and snacks, typical camping supplies, firewood, and souvenirs. The General Store at Three Ponies serves those needs for campers. Is this also where campers check in and pay for their spots and get keys to their cabins? The artwork supplied depicts this as an old time feed coop, but with modern elements to blend it with the rest of the structures on the property.
Frontier Hall Dinner Show
The website says that reservations will be required for the dinner show. The website does not indicate what kind of shows there will be. Live music? Drama? Musicals? Could local groups be featured? Community theaters? I hope there will be enough oversight here to ensure the shows are family-appropriate and not just garage/hobby bands. Food will be served family style after the dinner bell is sounded and people are seated.
The clubhouse is just as it sounds. Here is another place where food service is offered, but there will also be a bar. This is located alongside a swimming pool, and there will be swim up service, as well. If all of this is true, I wonder if there will be a second or third pool where alcohol is forbidden and kids can swim without knocking over someone's drink. In this day and age, some can't seen to go a day or two without their libations.
Likewise, others won't want to leave the outside world outside. The rec building will include a fitness center, game room, and arcade. Other pictures seem to indicate tennis or pickle ball courts. This, they tell us, will be the main restaurant on location.
In addition, there will be pet amenities and community fire pits for fellowship among temporary neighbors.