Date of Stay: July, 2004
I couldnt agree more with the previous post. This is a nice campground in the mountains, not a resort. Fishing is great. During our stay there was a couple drunks playing country music @ 2am, that was probably the only negative. Fishing is easy and they stock the creek 3 times a week, you need a indian permit also. If you can't catch a trout out of this creek you may want to try a new hobby. Had a nice stay and would go back.
Date of Stay: August, 2003
If this place is a "resort" then Saddam Heussin should be considered a "Saint". This place is a joke, its like a nasty mobile home park. You have to pay for everything. If you want to fit in here, get a golf cart and paint it like Earnhardt Jr's #8 bud Chevrolet. This place could be a nice place if they would tow out all the mobile homes and do some landscaping. Its in a good location, but dont let that fool you, keep driving and sleep in a rest area.
Date of Stay: May, 2003
Its been a couple years since we visited but we really enjoyed this secluded place. The place isn't huge, but it is quite nice and on the side of a mountain. The owners are great and keep this place in good condition, the restrooms were super clean. When we were there it didnt look like there were many things to occupy kids. Right off the Blue Ridge Parkway made trout fishing easy to find and park/picnic shelters nearby. Make sure you visit Linville Gorge nearby, you will love the views and trails. Will definitely return.