Date of Stay: June, 2016
This is a small park attached to a small general store, restaurant, gas station. The campground is about a quarter mile or less on a dirt road away from the main building, so there is no noise from traffic using the other facilities. The sites are grassy pull throughs, with a row of trees shading the front of each site. There is a shared utility pole with electricity and water between every two sites. The sites were long enough that we did not have to disconnect the towed from our 36 foot. The campground is located very close to a railroad track. There were frequent trains during the night. I did not see a bath house in the campground and did not enquire about facilities at the store. This is a great overnight stop for anyone traveling on route 26.
Date of Stay: May, 2015
We have stayed here overnight several times on our way to and from New England. The staff is always helpful. Sites are long enough to remain hooked up, a bonus for those only staying overnight. While not huge, sites are full hookup and plenty wide enough to open slides and still have room to sit outside. There are gazebos scattered throughout the park but I don't know if those are site specific. This is a clean and we'll cared for park very conveniently located to I-95.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
This rate is based on having Passport America. We arrived two days after tropical storm Andrea had passed through and the campground was very muddy and the potholes in the roads were full of water. The sites are narrow and were at one time graveled. Now they are mostly dirt with a smattering of gravel. There was no room on our site to set up chairs. The pool was closed as some trees had fallen into it during the storm. The staff was very pleasant and the bathrooms, although older, were clean.
Date of Stay: December, 2006
The sites are small and it often times the tow vehicle or toads are parked partially in the streets, making it difficult to back into the sites. That said, however, Rally park offers many amenities, a lovely pool and hot tub, wifi, clean restrooms and laundry, daily newspaper delivery as well as free (although small) breakfasts and lunches six days a week. We have usually gone there for rallies. They offer some of the best facilities around for large rallies. We have never been approached by a salesperson while at the park and rarely while we are walking around Lazy Days checking out the new rigs.
Date of Stay: November, 2006
While some sites have full hook up, those seem to be occupied by full time residents or seasonal users. The campground does provide honey wagon service for a small additional fee. There are both full sun and wooded sites. There is also a lovely wooded area just for tents. Many of the sites are pull through and some are back in. There is a riding stable on grounds as well as a nice pool, a small exercise room, canoe and bike rentals and a small store. The staff is very friendly. We stay there when we go to visit our kids.
Date of Stay: April, 2006
Park was on open, flat, sandy ground. All of the sites were pull throughs. The sites share the utility poles with on other site. We enjoyed the road runners that ran through the campground each morning. This is a great park for a one or two night stopover.
Date of Stay: January, 2006
Park is very crowded with many full time residents. Our site had the only picnic table for several sites and it was situated over the next sites sewer dump. We returned one day to find many of the neighbors sitting at the picnic table, enjoying their afternoon libations. The pool was not open during our five day stay. There was a fenced in open water reclamation pond in the middle of the campground that smelled awful. We would not stay at this campground again.