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This is a return visit for us at Pine Mountain. We love the layout where every site feels private despite the fact that most of the park is open with only a scattering of younger trees. Long concrete pads. Internal roads both paved and crushed stone. Park in immaculate condition. Staff friendly and welcoming. With friends in the area, we'll be back in the future.

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We loved this campground which is owned by retired RVers. It is clear that their experiences on the road have contributed to the layout and ongoing expansion of the park. Easily accessible off I-85. The owners are delightful and extremely helpful. We would plan to stay here if traveling along North Carolina's I-85 in the future.

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We typically stay here on our first night out when heading south or the last night before we return home. It is conveniently located just off I-95 with two gas stations at the exit. The staff is always pleasant and the campground in predictably clean. Highly recommended!

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We find this an excellent and very convenient campground. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The campground is extremely clean. The concrete sites spacious and long. The only negative is that the front half of the campground is on the landing/departure (depending on the wind direction) paths for Jacksonville International Airport; although at night there seem to be none or almost no flights. We will continue to stay here when in the Jacksonville area ... convenient to not only Jax but also Amelia Island.

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This campground is a bit off the beaten track and access road is narrow, two lanes and has some "interesting" blind curves. Pretty lake is a unique highlight. I suspect that some of the sites could become muddy in heavy rains. Extremely friendly staff!

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We have stayed here year after year both heading south and returning home. It is extremely well maintained. The staff is wonderful. The complimentary waffle breakfasts are an added benefit. Convenient access to I-95. We will continue to stay here in the future!

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We love this campground and have stayed here for several years. It is very convenient to the Bluffton area as well as to the outer part of HIlton Head Island. Our only issue this year were some "feathered friends" who spent considerable time in the tree above our coach and left deposits on our roof. In the future we'll opt for a site with no overhanging trees. Great on-site restaurant, small fitness center and gazebo at the end of a pedestrian pier to watch boats passing by.

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This is a very well-run campground with convenient access to just about any RV services one could ask for (Lazy Days, General RV, Camping World and others). The internal roads are paved but driving on them in a large RV can be a challenge as many cars are parked along and sometimes in the roadways due to the tight sites. There is a shuttle service throughout the campground.

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We've stayed here before and enjoy this campground. Very easy access to I-95. Full-services, paved interior roads, and concrete pads at every site. The staff is great. Its only drawback is that it sits directly under the approach paths for aircraft landing at Jacksonville International Airport; although, flights are almost non-existent between 11:00 PM and 6:30 AM. We will definitely stay here again.

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The campground has been improved a bit since our last stay, with cable available at every site. While our site was relatively dry, others were a bit muddy after the preceding day's rain. The tall pines throughout the campground give it an extremely nice feel.

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This campground was again our first stop on our trek south. The staff remains very friendly. While just off I-95, it is surprisingly quiet. The complementary waffle breakfast was a treat! We will definitely stay here again.

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This is a typical state park, clean, with a friendly cadre of park rangers. Well-patrolled and with reasonably wide and treed sites (meaning satellite coverage was nonexistent). However, we were promised a 50 amp site but ended up with only 30 amps. There is no water at the sites, although there are water spigots scattered around the campground where you can fill your tank. Sewer is in the form of dump stations. Obviously, no cable, although we could pull in Harrisburg TV stations with our aerial. Our picnic table appeared to be as old as Methuselah. After settling in to our site, we were sitting around enjoying a glass of wine when one of the rangers advised that there was no alcohol allowed, and suggested we retire to the inside of our coach. The problem was solved the next day by using coffee cups in stead of wine glasses! If trying to find the park, our GPS was frustrated trying to find the park. With reservations the entrance is on Route 74, 0.8 mi. east of the intersection of Routes 177 and 74. Without reservations, 2.2 miles north of that intersection on Route 177. Despite the park's inconveniences, we would not hesitate to return in the future.

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This was a totally unique campground experience. The full-service sites are wide and situated around a large field ringed by trees. The half-mile entrance road is a bit narrow but can still accommodate large motorhomes, and the owners assured us two RVs have never tried to pass in opposing directions. While the farm also hosts a number of events, there was a wedding and reception on the day we arrived, it was remarkably quiet, the loudest noise coming from a cacophony of crows in an adjoining field. At night, there is a near absence of light, making watching an unobstructed sky special. There is no cable but the open area provides excellent satellite reception. While we did have cell service, our 4G hotspot did not receive a signal, primarily as it is inside the nearby Green Bank Radio Telescope "Radio Quiet Zone"; however, the campground's Wi-Fi is strong near the bathhouse. Finally, the owners are a wonderful couple who maintain a clean and inviting campground. We would definitely return!

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This is a clean, quiet and downright delightful campground nestled between cliffs on both sides of the Kanawha River. When approaching from the east, it is 14 miles on a narrow, winding road from the intersection of US-19 and US-60. The drive is much easier when coming from the west. It is convenient for visiting the Charleston area and less than 20 miles from the New River Gorge. Our full-service site (39) was a parallel to the river and very pretty! The owner is extremely friendly and is clearly committed to the ongoing upgrading of his facility. My one recommendation would be to improve the ambiance of the campground's entrance and office. We would definitely return if traveling to the Charleston WV area!

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While this is a pretty park with grass sites, paved roads and conveniently located just 6 miles from I-75, the staff we encountered needs improvement. On checking-in, the young gal at the gate was too engrossed in a personal phone call to provide us with all of the materials we were supposed to receive. Another stopped by our site and to give us a message and, instead of knocking on our door, pounded on it. Also, their "people skills" need a vast improvement! Further, we had reserved a site with sewer facilities but there was none on site 161. Traveling through the campground can be an adventure as too many people, with and without campers in tow, drive way too fast while kids on bikes and skateboards (not one was wearing a helmet) and others on foot seem oblivious to vehicle traffic. Further, it is annoying to have kids wandering and biking through our site. All of these issues are resolvable with better management oversight. If staying in sites 1-9 or 160 or 161, a generator for the dump station can be noisy at night.