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I will just echo what the other reviews have said. This is an OK place for an overnight stop, but you would never want to plan to go camping here. It is really a mobile home park that has a few spots for RVs. My spot was convenient. It was fairly level. The water was low to the ground and a little hard to hook up. They do have cable but because it was late in the evening and I was going to be leaving early in the morning he didn't want to give me a cable box because he said it would be hard for me to turn it in. There's $100 deposit for a cable box. He said I could get a lot of local channels and I did. It wasn't a problem. This was the only place I've ever stayed that I felt like I should lock my door if I was walking my dog in view of my trailer. That may not be a fair assessment, but just from the rundown look of it that's how I felt. They also rent a motel in front of the campground. I understand that there are other much nicer places to stay in Four Oaks, so if ever passing through that way again I would definitely look for one of those.

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I stayed at this campground just for one night on my way from Michigan to North Carolina. This is a full-service, full amenities campground. There's a pool, I think there were tennis courts, play areas, a beautiful walking trail and a real check in building with some camping necessities and I believe even some light food. Check in was accommodating. They took me to my site and told me to let them know if I needed anything. The site was very unlevel so I called the office and asked if I could be moved to a more level site. Instead they came and helped me level my trailer. They said that of the sites that they had available that was about the best they could do. I did get an off-season discount of $35. This was higher than most of the places I stayed on my trip for off-season rates, but given what they had to offer and their overhead it was appropriate. They had full hook ups, as well as Wi-Fi. I think they had cable but I didn't use it. I was able to bring in lots of local channels. One of the things I like the best was their long nature walk. It goes into the woods around the campground, and was a good half hour walk and was a great start to the day before we got on the road again. The sites were very close together. It looked as though they were putting up a big Christmas display which made it kind of fun.

     

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Pioneer Village Campground

Max Meadows, Virginia

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I stayed at this campground just passing through on my way to North Carolina from Michigan. The first thing that struck me about this campground was the long, long, long hill you have to climb to get to it. There's a tiny building at the top of the hill where the camp hosts will meet you and check you in. They led me to my site and when they asked if I needed anything else,I said that the site wasn't quite level And I wondered if they had something else. Since I was just there for the night I didn't want to bother with leveling when I wasn't even disconnecting from my vehicle. Instead of offering to move me to one of the other many spots they were open, they told me that it was not a big deal that I was level enough. It was a big enough deal that I did level. They told me that they recommended that I put water in my tank rather than use the outside hose because it was predicted to get quite cold that night. I did as they suggested and they were right. It got down to 19° and I did have a freeze. Luckily no damage was done but it was quite frustrating. It did allow me to check out their bath house which was very nice and clean. The campground is in a lovely setting with huge green space, the size of several football fields, with a big pavilion and a long, lovely walk around the creek and a pavilion and play area, however the campsites themselves are right on top of each other with no trees or anything to separate them. The utilities were easy to use, although I didn't use the sewer because I was just passing through for the night and didn't need it. They had cable but I could not get it to work, I don't know if it was my hook up or what but that did not work for me. They had Wi-Fi and I was able to use that.

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I stopped at this park just for an overnight on my way somewhere else. The hosts were very nice, and waiting for me when I got there... They even had a dog biscuit for my dog. They were very helpful with directions and recommendation for pizza if I wanted to order some. The host took me to my site and then got out to help me find the "sweet spot" so that I didn't have to do much leveling. He got out his level and had me pull forward and back up just a little etc. etc. so that it ended up that I didn't need to level at all. It did have full hook up but I didn't use the sewer because I didn't really need it for 1 night. The electric worked great. The water was a little inconvenient. It's built into a hole in the ground so it was awkward to hook up. I had to get on my hands and knees in wet leaves in order to hook up the water. As others have said it's really an old trailer park and there are a lot of stationary mobile homes that have not been kept in very good condition. Overall it was fine for a one night stay but I don't think it is a good place to go camping for a week. The pizza was very good from the place that they recommended, which I forget the name of now but I'm sure they could tell you if you went there.

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I spent almost a week here and it was fine for what it was. I wasn't camping as much as using it as alternative lodging to a hotel. I was in Salisbury for a dog show, so I left in the morning, returned after dinner each night, slept and left again the next morning. All of the spots are under trees and the trees are dirty. I was getting rid of left over plant life and these white spiders for quite a time after being there. The owner is very nice, but after she checked me in I never saw her again. Their hook ups were a little hard to figure out and not all of them worked. I had to hook up one of my utilities from a neighboring site. There are some permanent, or at least long term people there. Most of the spots were taken with other "dog people" while I was there. It's very conveniently located, the price is right. It served my purposes well. You can hear some highway noise from nearby 13 but it didn't detract from anything.