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States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
July, 2009 -
We stayed there overnite and I will share my comments both good and bad. First of all this is a great campground for families. It is woodsy, with allot of trails for kids to run wild and play hide and seek. The bathrooms and showers were clean. For the matured travelers like ourselves who have done the family camping trips and like the luxury of modern technology this is not one you would enjoy. The campsites most of them are all back ins. The sites with a sewer hookup are very limited I only saw one visible as I drove by the sites but most of the sites just had water and electric. It does not have a WIFI connection as listed when I researched it prior to going there. I was told that they what they call Hot Spots connection that allows you to connect to the internet depending on how close you are to the office but there in on guarantee of that. If you have an older satellite system you will not pick up a signal because of the trees and there is no cable hookups. Also, beware of the poison ivy and oak that surround the campsites. Everyone has their own likes and dislikes in what they call camping. I hope my comments will be a helpful resource for those like myself who are on the road and looking for a site to stay a nite or longer. My final comment is that the staff are very helpful and nice as a prior comments have said. We camped at American Heritage Campground in a Motorhome.