Date of Stay: September, 2014
This is an easy on and off place to stay. We were here two weeks and found it as others stated. The sites varied from level to not so much. Ours was level and plenty long enough for a 37' fifth wheel. Security came around before we finished setting up to collect the fee. Each site has 20/30/50 amp hook ups. The water pressure was low even though the park was not full during the week. Weekends it was mostly booked because of NC State games and horse shows. Since there are no reservations, I will return on a weekday. Verizon signal was strong and satellite good with no trees to block it. Wi-fi worked for a short time in the mornings, then was mostly unavailable. It was generally quiet, and the one pep rally for the game stopped at 11:00. Other nights there was no noise. Do not attempt to get in when the game lets out. Officers block the roads for traffic to exit, and you may wait an extended period. It was our first time here, and we will return when visiting our daughter. The price was fair for full hookups, and we felt safe.
Date of Stay: August, 2014
The price is a monthly rate. The staff is friendly and always working in the park. There are two sections-one for campers and one for groups like bands and football teams. The camping side is mostly locals and a few seasonals, so it is pretty empty during the week. Since there is no alcohol allowed, the park is very quiet. There is a lot to do for families including a large playground for young children, but there is a charge for some activities. The dog park looks as if it were the former children' s playground. There is plenty of space to bike, and there are hiking trails. Verizon signal worked well. TV is antenna only, but some sections do not have trees, so our satellite worked well too. Our site was a level pull-through with plenty of space for our 37' fifth wheel, our truck, and our car. The Internet was out a few days after a storm, bit it worked well most of the time. The bathrooms were clean, although sand tracked in during the day, however there is a slight musty smell. It is higher than we like to pay for a monthly rate, but we have family in the area and like the fact that it is so quiet here. The park is so large and has so much for children, I think it would be a good place to have a family reunion. We will return when in the area.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
Even though we have stayed here before, I wasn't excited about coming back. We needed a place not too far from Atlanta, so we decided to return. What a surprise! The new managers have taken over, and have really improved the place. The old run down tarped trailers and beat up cars are gone. The grass has been mowed, restrooms cleaned, and the whole place looks more inviting. They are planning to have all roads paved soon as well as more improvements. The manager thanked us for giving them another try and said they want this to be a place people want to stay more than one night. I couldn't rate it higher yet because the pool isn't open, and there isn't any internet. Most of the overnight spots are 50 amp, Verizon signal is good, and the cable has a large number of clear stations. Our site was long, so we didn't have to unhook our 37 ft. fifth wheel. There is still work to do, but we can now say we will definitely be back.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
The rate included a $5 discount found online. The park is easy to find 1.7 miles south of I-20. Our first impression was a run down park, but it was quiet. Check in was very friendly for a long pull-through. The level site was 50A with large selection cable and sewer. Verizon worked well, but Wi-Fi was only at the office. We did not see any restrooms or showers. There was some road noise. Because of the location and price, we will return for an overnight if in the area.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
The price is weekly rate. Our check in was friendly, and we were given a map to find our site as well as information of the area. The site was level and long enough for our 37' fifth wheel but not wide. We were able to use the slides but not the awning. Covered picnic tables are in a poor spot for big rigs, so care is needed when exiting. The appearance of the tables surrounded by tarps and narrow sites lowered our rating. Utilities, cable, and Verizon were fine. The WiFi was slow but usable. Yes, most interior roads are sandy. You're at the beach! They were well maintained and graded after rains. Garbage is picked up at the site. Besides beautiful beaches and pools, just about everything anyone could want for a long term stay is within 5 miles. That includes outlet stores, restaurants, 2 theaters, 3 grocery stores, and fuel. Bathhouses were spotless day and night despite the sand. The laundry is large and clean. Bonus points for recycling and newspapers available next to the laundry/store. There is a wooded area for those who want a more campground feel with all the amenities. Other RVers were very friendly. We had to take narrow sites and a huge campground to be on the beach. It was worth it, and we will return.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
Price is at weekly rate for an easy to find park. The access road (.2 mi) is narrow, interior roads are gravel and dirt. They graded after rains. Most sites had level cement pads with a gravel parking area for tow vehicles. Check in was friendly and helpful, and they placed us where we could get Wi-Fi, though it wasn't reliable. The sites are tight but plenty long enough for our 37' RV. Our neighbor had a 40' motorhome. Just enter and exit carefully. Most sites are treed, so satellite would be difficult to get. Cable was OK but had no NBC. It was mostly movie channels. The pool was very clean, as were the restrooms. Horseshoes, volleyball, and a playground are available. Verizon and electric worked fine. There are picnic tables at the site, propane available, and trash is picked up at 11:00. Be careful if doing laundry as there is rust in the water. It's 7 miles to Williamsburg, and there is shopping everywhere. Food Lion is a mile away. There is a train, but it seldom runs after midnight, and we didn't notice it in a couple days. We bought discount tickets at the park to events. It is expensive to stay here, but it's going rate for the area. We will be happy to return if in the area.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
The rate is Good Sam after Labor Day! Our check in was very friendly and the young man steered us to a gas station and helped us with a route we were looking for. We were led to a gravel site and received an offer to help us set up. It took a 1" board to level. Pull throughs are "premium" sites, but we would not have fit on most of the back-ins with our 37 footer. Our site was adequate for an overnight. The store was well stocked, and the pool and restrooms were clean though dated. Verizon, water, electric, and cable were fine. Wi-Fi worked well, but there is a charge after 1 hour. Trash had to be taken to the dumpster which wasn't far away. There is road noise, but we were able to sleep. Due to cost, we will look elsewhere when in the area.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
This is easy enough to find with good access roads. Our check in was friendly, and we had our choice of several sites. We requested a back in, but the gravel was so narrow that we couldn't open our slide without hitting the electric box. The grass was so soft and muddy we dared not get off it. We had to pay extra for a pull through which was mostly level. Most back ins were too small for big rigs.. Cable and Verizon worked fine. They advertised Wi-Fi, but there was no signal across from the bathhouse. From others comments, it looks like it has been out for a while. If it doesn't work, don't advertise it! We did have a picnic table at our site. Individual bathroom/showers were muddy due to rain, but otherwise clean. The vent did not work, so it was very humid. Water pressure is low. There were activities for kids and many store items. They do have recycling, and trash was picked up at our site by 10AM. It is very quiet.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Price is at weekly rate. The staff and check in were friendly, and our grassy pull-through was very large for a private park. Visitors were spaced so no one was next to each other unless requested. Most sites are full hook-up, and a few had concrete slabs. The restrooms and pool were very clean, and we didn't find any sulfur smell in the water. The game room is large, but we could not find the advertised fitness room. There are 2 washers and dryers at each station, a nice playground, and outdoor activities. Trash needed to be taken to the front. Verizon had a very good signal, and the cable stations were OK. We were in the second row from the office and found the internet quite spotty. There were several times during the week we couldn't get a connection or it would drop. It is not dependable for work, but would be OK for other things. Caution--pop-ups ask to be near outer comfort stations as the one near the office is locked at 9:00 PM! There is a limited selection in the camp store and there is a small IGA 5 miles south of the park. A county park with free access to Lake Huron is a mile north, and a boat launch to the south. We would return if in the area.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
The rate is for two adults Saturday through Tuesday at a KOA discount. We did have a free night with a coupon which reduced our cost. They "forgot" to tell us of the $5 per night resort fee when I reserved the site. Because of our size in this tight campground, I asked for a specific site. They told me that it was available, but when we arrived, someone was on it. We did get a different site, luckily. Several for big rigs are not level, and we needed 20' of sewer hose to reach the connection at the rear of the site. The roads are dirt and can be muddy which makes the bathrooms muddy too. Verizon and wi-fi worked well. No cable is available, and the trees would make satellite difficult on most sites. There is a lot for little ones to do, but an extra cost for children and some activities would make this an expensive vacation for most families. We have stayed in many private parks with a pool and cable as well at a much lower cost. Due to the expense, we will stay elsewhere when visiting family in the area.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
This is our first visit, and we can see why it is well liked. The rate is for 50 amp pull-through with Good Sam. It is easy on and off and the greeter was super friendly. Interior roads and most sites are gravel. They vary in size, and are long enough for most not to have to unhook. Ours was sloped enough, we chose to. They also are wider than most in private parks. Big rigs will have no trouble navigating. Hookups were in a good location. Satellite would work in most sites, but 52 good cable channels are included in the price. Verizon and wi-fi worked well. The shower stalls were very large, and the restrooms were nicely decorated and among the cleanest we've ever seen. There is a nice grocery store 1/2 mile south of the park. Fuel is available at the exit, but it is very crowded. We chose exit 77 for much easier access. This is a great overnight stop, so it fills quickly. We will get reservations during peak travel season.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
Owners were very friendly and helpful. We asked for a 30 amp site but were too long, so they put us in a 50 amp at no extra charge. Sites are all grass and narrow, but we didn't have to unhook our 37' fifth wheel. We didn't use the restrooms or pool. All electric, water, and sewer worked fine, as did Verizon. The park was close to I-95 but very quiet. Wi-fi was advertised but not available. We did get some air TV channels. Even though they don't allow RV washing, we were told to wash off the love bugs in front. That was appreciated. We would return if in the area.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
Our check in was pleasant and we were led to our grassy site. It was level and long enough not to unhook with a 37'. The perimeter road is paved, but everything else is packed sand. The feel is more campground than resort, and there is a variety of shady and sunny sites. Directions were provided for groceries and shopping. The price was with Good Sam discount, taxes, and a $2 daily electric charge. Restrooms were worn but clean. A fan covered the I-75 road noise, and overall the park was very quiet. Verizon, cable, and Wi-Fi worked well. The only thing preventing us from an overnight return is the cost.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
The owners are very friendly and led us to our pull-through. It was long and level, and we would not have to unhook our 37'. The restrooms and individual showers were clean. Most sites were shaded. They've cut down 50+ trees and were trimming the rest, so there is very good clearance. Air stations for major networks and many PBS stations are available. Satellite may work on a few sites. Verizon and Wi-Fi worked well. There is a small playground and pool. The access road has little traffic, so it is good for biking and running. Propane is cheaper than most, and you can get pizza and chicken wings delivered to your door. We intended on a night or two, but it was so nice and quiet here we stayed a week. Hence the rate. We will return.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
It took some time to find someone to check us in, but we were treated in a very friendly and helpful manner. We were led to a long, level, and grassy pull-through. Be careful of overhead trees. Our lot had a low branch for fifth wheels. The cable, 30 amp, and Verizon were all good. Showers were hot and very clean. There was no sewer or Wi-Fi signal on our lot. It is easy on and off the highway for a reasonable price. We would return.