Date of Stay:
October, 2008 -
It was the worst welcome we ever had, and we have traveled throughout the 48 continental states and 9 out of 10 Canadian provinces. Nobody is at the office. We wait and a lady was coming from her 5th wheel trailer. We had made a reservation the day before with a gentleman and had said we were to had a pull through. Well, the lady said there was none, just a back up and it was very just barely long enough for our motor home. After insisting a lot, she finally gave us a pull through. I asked her if I can access Internet Wi-Fi at the site and she said yes. I tried it once we were there, and I it asked me for a member name and password. Why didn't she tell me? I go to her RV and a gentleman is sat on the porch. He says: "What do you want", on a very impolite tone. I explain I was needing member name & password for internet access. He goes inside and after waiting a very long time, he comes out with the instructions on a paper. I had my internet at last. An other thing: she accepted cash only and never agree to give me any receipt. I had rented for 2 days. We camped at Campgrounds of the South in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
March, 2008 -
I deplored that the splendid swimming pool was not available during the week and that campers have to pay a prohibitive amount to use it on the weekends. It is almost always empty. Also, I can't understand why there's no Wi-Fi access. I won't go back because of these two reasons. However I must say, the sites are spacious and beautiful. We camped at Topeekeegee Yugnee Park / Whispering Pines in a Motorhome.