Date of Stay: April, 2016
We asked for a site way in the back away from the highway. The sites were well spaced. If the leaves were out on the trees, the cover between a lot of sites would be good. Despite being in the back corner, the highway noise is pretty loud, but that didn't take away from our stay. Water and sewer were well placed. Water pressure was 70 psi and the electric stayed steady at 122v. Cable provided 75 channels. Site 314 was perfectly level. The reason I rated the park as an 8 was the value. We paid $59 + 10% tax each night for a "premium site". Our fire ring was a rusted out, moveable 18-wheeler rim, while other sites had nice fire pits with a BBQ grill on top. We would stay again but may be more apt to just get a non-premium site.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
This is a top notch facility that makes a perfect home base for exploring Colonial Williamsburg and the surrounding area. Roads are asphalt and camping pads are concrete. We had a premium site (#29) that was nicely landscaped and included a fire pit, patio furniture, and a charcoal pit. Grounds are kept spotless and well manicured. The bathrooms are worthy of a custom home. Wireless was very reliable but just a tick slow. Staff were friendly and helpful. We spent a whole week here and enjoyed the campground. We will definitely return!
Date of Stay: June, 2015
This is a hidden gem in this part of Virginia. Roads are well kept, just a little dusty. All sites are nice with few noticeably unlevel. We couldn't believe it was not full for Father's Day. The caverns are worth the money and the nearby Civil War Museum is very nice. I highly recommend using exit 257 on I-81 for easiest access to campground. WIFI signal was good but a little sluggish. Power and water good. We will definitely be back.
Date of Stay: October, 2014
This is a hidden gem in southern Virginia. Grounds are immaculate, the sites are well separated. We will definitely be back!
Date of Stay: October, 2014
We stayed on the upper level. The views are fantastic! The staff was friendly. All hookups worked flawless and the wifi was strong. Definitely coming back!
Date of Stay: August, 2014
Fantastic campground close to all there is to do in the Lake Placid area. The only negative was the location of our deluxe patio site. It is at the entrance to campground so you have a steady stream of cars passing 20 yards from the patio. Also, the immediate view is of the office and the dumpsters in the distance. One morning a staff member cleaned the road using a blower and completely covered our camper and breakfast in dirt. If they moved the patio sites to the rear of the campground it would be much better. We got to meet the Olympic bobsled and skeleton team there and the other events were well run and entertaining. Wi-Fi worked perfect. We will be back.
Date of Stay: July, 2014
Really nice wooded, clean campground. Our site, 26, had a nice area for the picnic table and decent space between the site next to us. However, other sites, like the one on the driver side of our camper, had their picnic table 2' from our sewer connection. Do your homework and try to request a nice site if you are staying for a few days. Having said that, I would say 80% of the campers were just overnighters in transit to somewhere else. Overall a nice campground for a short stay.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
Without a doubt one of the cleanest campgrounds we have stayed in. Staff was very friendly and all the amenities first class. The pond-side sites are awesome with lots of friendly ducks to entertain you. We will definitely be back.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
The Tulip Loop is the only loop with full hookups. Our site was perfectly level and most other sites looked level. The only issue we had was that the sewer drain backed up after a few gallons of grey water, so we had to use the dump station when we left. The park is huge with lots to see and plenty of roads to walk or ride bikes. There are electric hookups in other sites near the water, but no water hookups - pretty strange. Overall this is a real nice place to camp, but we do understand the bugs are pretty bad in mid-summer.
Date of Stay: November, 2006
This is a jewel of a campground. The setting is gorgeous in the middle of the Atchafalaya swamp. There is lots to do in the surrounding areas such as explore New Iberia or the other local towns. Avery Island where they make Tabasco Sauce is a must-see. Get a local area map so you can find your way around via the backroads through the sugar cane fields. One word of caution: bring bug spray or a screen tent. The mosquitos are vicious.
Date of Stay: October, 2006
This is a jewel of a park hidden in the mountains of north Georgia. There is no way you would just happen across the park, but it is well worth the effort. Beautiful, spacious grounds with fantastic views. We had site 70 which looks over a big lake and rolling hills.
Date of Stay: October, 2006
Fantastic place! We had site 11 on the water which includes a deck looking over the river. Very quiet location but close to the action in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the Smoky Mountain National Park. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Date of Stay: September, 2006
We were very surprised that such a great campground existed relatively close to our home. There were many activities including hiking and craft demonstrations. We are glad we arrived early on a Friday because by that night the place was full. I highly recommend this campground.