Date of Stay: April, 2010
Stayed 2 nights, going south and coming back north on I-81. Easy access from highway. We left our 65ft rig hooked up with more then enough room to spare. Park is in a beautiful setting with mountains and farm all around it with cows visible from site (no smell though lol). Cable was good, hookups were great. Mostly over nighters, some seasonal sites. Would make a good stop for more then a night also. Restrooms and showers were spotless. Free wifi also worked well, and the owner...nicest person Ive ever encountered running a campground.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
This campground was gorgeous. This was the best kept up campground I have ever seen. There was a trail along the river/lake around the entire park with benches and tons of flowers/landscaping. It was really peaceful and quiet despite being minutes from the city and highway. The sites were mostly pull throughs and some smaller backup sites along the river: although from most sites in the park you have a view of the water considering almost the whole park is surrounded by water. Cable TV was great; didn't use the Wi-Fi. This is a great park; make sure you stop here!
Date of Stay: October, 2009
We have a 38 foot camper and the site we had was a back in, but at an angle. It was kind of tough to get into, but it was the last site available. They have nicer pull throughs and back ins. Paved roads, not sites though. Office and pool a little ways from sites, nice river. Nice park overall. Cable TV had like 60 channels. Would return if in the area.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
We had a river site...which is a nice good size river. The site was huge. It was really nice being right on the river, with windows open you can hear it running and I caught 6 bass at about 7PM. The campground is more for just having a camp fire, fishing, riding bikes, etc. Pool is a short drive away so not really practical. Its either you love the laid back style of the campground or you hate it. I loved it. Its country. Being from Connecticut its very different here...Cable TV was also good, all hookups were good. Nice campground here in the WV mountains. Nice getaway in nature.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
Best campground we ever been too. The sites were the best we have seen. Huge concrete pads with concrete patio connected. Office, pool, bathrooms were really up to date and clean. This place is landscaped and very well taken care of. Friendly staff, helped with touring the area. They also set up a huge slide for the kids which was fun. Best campground in the area. Can't beat the facilities here and there HD channel lineup was good as well.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
We camped her for race weekend. Had great proximity to Dover Downs without being right in the city. Was nice country out near the campground. The site we got was huge, the sites aren't very designated, but it was a nice big site with shade trees but no low branches. The staff were the nicest people. They led us to our site. We played bingo there, and had breakfast there, which was great. No sewer was the only thing I didnt like, but they offer honey wagon service so who cares, plus 4 dump stations for when you leave. The river was ok, muddy but hey its better than nothing. We plan on coming back!
Date of Stay: August, 2008
One of my favorite campgrounds in a long time. If you come on a Friday or weekend day, it could be hard getting into with a 40 footer plus. Sites are level. The sites used to be 50 x 50 but they cut them down so they are not that big. It gets pretty tight on the weekends but its worth it for this campground. Our site was c11a which was very big. Not too much shade, but it had alot room..We had a 38 footer with 2 slides. The campground has great views of rolling hills and farm. Nice gameroom and store. Restrooms are ok. Clean toilets and sinks, but outdated doors, paint and things like that. The campground has a nice feel to it though. If you plan on going, I advise you to try and get site c11a. Its one of the bigger sites there. Can't wait to come back!
Date of Stay: June, 2008
We came here for a weekend stay for the NASCAR race in nearby Loudon, NH. The campground staff was polite and helpful, leading us to our site. The campground has a great feel too it, its very shaded with beautiful pines and maples (although no low limbs) and views of Lake Winnepasaki. We camped in site 87, one of the largest pull thrus. We had a big rig pulling a 38 footer. We got through to the site around the "loop" but it wasn't that easy. That's only to get in because of the side of the site the hookups are on. Its easy to get out, so getting in with anything larger then 40 foot could be somewhat challenging. This campground is more for the woodsy, relaxing feel. I think it would be fine for a few days with kids. However, there is not an overly amount of things to do at the campground. But this is no big deal because not even a mile away is Wiers beach, go karts, arcades, and such. Would come back again.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
This park is a classic for our family. We have camped here at least 5 times for a couple weeks each stay. The campground is very family friendly. The views are great and the river can be used calmly for swimming, relaxing etc, or take a raft downstream for more exciting time on the river. The area around the campground is great too, especially if you have kids. Theres lots of trains in the area, amusement parks, and the outlets and scenery wow. If your planning on staying in the area, make it the Saco River campground!
Date of Stay: February, 2008
This has to be one of our families' worst camping experience in many years, actually in any years. I dont even know where to start with to talk about. There is no shade what so ever, the sites are covered with ant filled sand with limited grass that was never cut when we visited. The pool was somewhat nice and clean, but the deck, chairs, and things like that were never cleaned and dead bugs and such were all over the place. The employees were not nice at all either. They just got things done, gave us our site and never greeted us or anything like that. Also, towards the front of the park there are a few park trailers that are rundown and rusted out with cats roaming around. Infact there was a black cat that came to our trailer door in mornings meowing. We ended up actually feeding it and petting it all the time, but still. Also, in the back of the campground you look right onto a sewer treatment plant. Although if you camp out front you cannot see it nor smell it. Also, if you bring your bikes, you have to stay on one side of park, unless you feel like going up this hill each time you cross to one side. Yes a hill in Florida park. Just please go to a better park and dont make this mistake.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
I'd have to say this is one of my favorite rv parks. We stayed here for 2 weeks with easy access to the pigeon forge strip. The pool was very clean along with the whole entire campground. Very friendly staff . The river isnt a swimming type river as it has a muddy bottom to it but, it was great for fishing. We had a river front site and every morning would go out with chairs, and fish. I'm not a fishing expert but I caught something every day! Its also very level and has nice patios at site.