I like Camelot. I lived there in the early 90s, and it was a quiet older neighborhood.
Good mix of families with kids, retired older couples, and even a few bachelors.
It's not a plush, high-end neighborhood. But, it offers a good value in a convenient location of town.
Pretty quiet neighborhood, and generally friendly neighbors.
We always felt safe as kids playing in the neighborhood back in the 90s. With that said, the neighborhood is showing it's signs of aging a bit. Some of the neighbors haven't updated their homes a great deal, or have older cheaper cars. Some have "beater" cars. That doesn't mean it's unsafe, but it's not high end either. There are some decently priced homes in the neighborhood-- some even top the $150,000 mark. It's older and perhaps a bit of a "more worn" look, but it's a quiet, and a respectable neighborhood. I would live there again. In fact, I visit the neighborhood every year and stroll down my old block (old school and house). I suggest you do the same.
I went to Stonegate Elementary School (now called something else). I loved it. I was lucky to have good teachers there. Some weren't so good. I took the "honors" (whatever they were called) classes and back then there was a lot of school spirit and parental involvement. I would like to say that parents are still involved in their kid's school, but that's not really the case as much. The kids don't have the manners they used to, ... but, it's a public school. You can't expect the sun and moon at a public school. While it might not be as amazing as it was when I attended, it's still safe enough with good enough teachers. I would send my child there.