Date of Stay: August, 2014
Delightful personnel. Easy on-easy off. Near hotels, town and restaurants. Not much in Cave City to do other than some antique shops and Mammoth Cave. We stayed 2 nights while visiting Mammoth Cave. Great layout and so easy to maneuver a big rig. Wish other parks would use this type of layout. It was extremely hot and the utilities worked great and are in good spots. No shade, no pool and no playground so best for those doing things during the day or without children. There are trains running but it did not bother us.
Date of Stay: August, 2014
As stated, this park is a bit out of the way but very quiet and serene. The other Nashville parks are closer with more amenities but are also close sites along the freeway. This park is quiet and has a swimming beach and playground. Some of the sites can be a challenge to get into. We were in # 49 and those near us seemed okay. If there is a question, just call and the hosts will help you. It took about 10-12 minutes to get to route 40 and about 35 min to downtown Nashville and about 20 min to Opryland.
Date of Stay: July, 2014
You can get a big rig in but it is tight. Some sites are paved but narrow. Lots for kids to do: pool, game room, shuffleboard, etc. Roads in and out are also tight but doable. We enjoyed our stay. Ice cream was a nice touch. Dump station difficult to get to if you are not on full hookups. Full Hookups are appropriately placed. Not a lot to choose from if visiting Lexington area.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
We were a bit skeptical about this place when no one returned my call until two days later, which was after our arrival. I looked on the web site to determine which site to set up on as you can look at availability and we then registered with the groundskeepers in the morning. Some sites (about 10 in the electric section) are good for larger rigs (we are 38 feet). We set up on site 8 and had plenty of room. We were able to get about 7 channels on the antenna. It was very quiet during our stay. It is out of the way but we found it convenient as we wanted to be between Buffalo and Ellicotville. I would NOT take a big rig to the non-electric sites (low branches; tent or pop-up sites only). For the electric bigger rig sites, I would suggest 6, 8, 9, 13, 16, 27, 29 to name a few. Not a lot for kids to do but there are tennis courts and lots of trails and nice playgrounds. No activities planned. There are a lot of trees and shade. Park is clean and mowed.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
We arrived the day they opened for the season. Many improvements to the park since Sun Properties has purchased it. Sites are all in a line but roads are easily traversed. Pull thru sites are long and laid out nicely. No sewer but two dump stations and free pump-outs twice a week if needed. New paving at entrance, new sod, new pool, new bocce court,etc. If in the area we would return as it is convenient to the area attractions. Rate is for off season - a bit pricey but it is a nice park. Staff was fabulous!!!!
Date of Stay: August, 2013
Sites are nicely laid out, probably the best we have seen. Cement apron and pad actually on the proper angle for backing. Pull-throughs are nice as well. Quiet park, mainly for adults but some kids. Casino shuttle 24/7. Office personnel are wonderful and coffee and tea are free all day. Restrooms are the cleanest I have found. No store, but the casino did have some basic food items. Pool is also at casino which was very nice to have. Cable has many channels. Shopping is about 10 min away. Nice base camp to explore the western side of Michigan. We would return and hope to soon. My only suggestion is to have more sewer sites to accommodate those staying longer than a few days. Ours was a full hookup as we were there for six days. Laundry was clean and reasonable but I had to wait to use as they were in use. Lovely, well-thought out park. RV designers need to look at this one for proper layouts!
Date of Stay: August, 2013
Nice and quiet park with great views of the Straits and the Mackinac bridge if you walk down to the water. Our stay was wonderful. People are helpful and take care of the place. Well kept with few if any seasonals. Not a place for kids who need to be entertained. We used this CG for our home base while exploring the UP and Mac City and the Island. I did check but did not use the bathrooms and they did have cobwebs and spiders which would be expected near water but could have been a bit cleaner. $ 2 per day charge for AC which we did not use due to cool temps. Cell reception was very good, 4 or 5 local over-air channels. No camp store but there is laundry which is clean and very reasonable. Ice and wood are available, however. Sites are very level and ours did not require any leveling at all but they are a bit narrower than I prefer with everyone having slides. Front sites seemed narrower than back ones which also had more grass than front ones. If you do not have a Motorhome, bring an extension cord for your power which needs to go under RV to pedestal. TT and FW need to back in and power is on the other side. Motorhomes just pull in and the pedestal is on the proper side for them. Water and sewer have multiple outlets on both sides so that is no issue. I could have stayed a month. So much to do in the areas and it was wonderful. Suzy's Pasties are the best and are a few minutes away. I would have rated it a 10 if there was a small store, cable for the rainy nights and a bit more room between sites.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
This park is right off I-40 and very convenient to Asheville, Black Mountain and many other beautiful locations in the area. It is not an RV resort by any means. It is an older campground with level, full hookup sites. You will not find a lot of amenities here. If you need a pool, entertainment, etc, this is not the place for you. If you want an inexpensive, easy to get to place to park your rig while you see the awesome sites around, it will do nicely. We left each morning early: by 9 a.m., and did not return until 7 or 8. Folks are very nice and have a nice supply of RV supplies. Other necessities can be found within minutes of the area.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Stayed here in the hot weeks of July. No amenities at all. Must be self-contained. Campground was easy to get to (right after the elementary school), but if you pass it up, find someplace to turn around right away, as this road eventually leads to the parkway. Going past the RV park, the road is narrow, twisty and dangerous if you are longer than 20' and if you are towing anything. It is about five miles from the major highways. Sites are fair but not large. Grass was not mowed while we were here. Park is clean and sites all medium to large stone. No campfire rings available. Some long-term units but no seasonals. Views are beautiful. As you travel to the campground, Mt Pisgah is straight ahead (hence the name of the road). Many stores within 10 minutes away but nothing close except a gas/convenient store. Nice place to stay to see the beautiful area in and surrounding Asheville. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
No answer to calls. I believe after driving by this place, the campground is closed. Appeared to be in much disrepair, long grass, and no one around. We ended up staying in a state park.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
Stayed here in the circle area of the campground with a group. Five minutes from Prime Outlets in Waterloo. However, the campground is on top of NYS route 90 and there is a lot of road noise. Campground could do without the speed bump coming into the park. Has many nice amenities; pool, rec hall, playground, bocce court, etc. Sites are okay in size; not awning to awning but not what I would call spacious either. Friendly office people and wood was available for a reasonable price. Nice for a weekend or overnight but would probably not make it any longer due to road noise. We visited when we did not need to run the AC nor the furnace which may drown out the noise.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
Stayed here at the end of August. Can tell it is a new, developing park. Has a few shaded sites. The other reviewers seem to think that these sites are "large." I would beg to differ. Some are nice size but most of the RV bigger rig full hookup sites are not. They are not awning-to-awning but in a new park, these could definitely have been made much wider. Length and levelness seem to be OK. The pool is nice. Kayaks can be rented. Playground is small. We would go back if visiting again but there is a state park a few miles away that I would prefer. Owners are extremely nice.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
This is a very nice park and most RVers would not have any issues here. However, we did not find it big rig friendly. The low trees and turns were very tight. There are only about 7-8 sites that are actually able to accommodate a large rig; more than 32 feet. Wi-Fi is only available at the office area. The visitor fee is extremely high, 8 dollars per adult and 6 per child even if they only visit a few minutes. The two sisters that run it are very cordial but firm and run a tight ship, which makes the campground nice for all. We stayed over one week and watched them work diligently all day long. Once a site was vacated they were there within 10 minutes, mowing, trimming, raking and preparing the site for the next arrival. Bathrooms are the cleanest I have found but need a bit of updating. We liked that soap was at the sinks. One can kayak but it is difficult at anything but high tide. If you have kids, there are not a lot of activities but plenty to do in the area. Pool is extremely large and is salt water. They do have strict rules but that makes it quiet and enjoyable for all.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
Stopped here on an overnight on our way from Rochester to Maine. Park was clean and manager was friendly. Very quiet park but it does have a hum from the transfer station nearby. Only about 8 minutes off I-90. Not much to do but relax there but it was a quiet place to overnight.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
This is a great park if you don't need a lot of amenities. There are NO bathrooms/showers, you need to be self-contained so no pop-ups without showers etc. Great location to get around the Amish area. Sites are VERY level with stone and some have grass in between sites; others are just all stone. Hook-ups are easily accessible. Not a place for kids as there is not much to do at the campground but for adults who want quiet this is it. Free firewood too. Nice people and great rates.