Date of Stay: July, 2010
Where do I begin, other than this campground is the WORST campground my family has ever stayed at. If you want to get eaten up with mosquitoes and infested with ants/fleas, then this is the place to stay! After our 1st night we noticed ants everywhere inside our camper. My husband went to the office to see if someone could come and put out some bug/ant repellent and was told that, "we don't spray for bugs." She then showed him the Terra ant killer which was 5 bucks for him to purchase! "This works well!" You have to walk to the main road where there is a row of trash cans to place your trash. This is very inconvenient. The speed bumps are ridiculous, and you may need to have your car serviced after leaving!!! The lake in which you can fish without a license is more like a pond and mosquito cesspool. The pool is located right on Hwy 17 with no privacy! Plus there isn't a bathhouse at the pool; you have to walk a country mile just to use the bathroom. So please go to the restroom before entering the pool. The bathroom stalls don't have locks on them, and the doors stay open for all the world to see. The only POSITIVE thing I can say about this place is the shower stalls are clean! By the way, just down the road is a Super Wal-Mart so don't go to Publix for groceries. They are so expensive! Another thing the owners of this campground fail to mention on the site and phone. So what if this campground is the closet to Charleston? I would rather sleep in my car! Go down to James Island instead. What I saw of that park is really nice!
Date of Stay: July, 2009
Wonderful place to stay!!! All the attractions that Boone and surrounding areas have to offer are near by. There is a river that runs thru the campground and it is so soothing to sit outside in the morning with a cup of coffee and listen to the water roaring. The staff was wonderful and very helpful. Bathrooms were clean, ice and and firewood were reasonably priced. The sites were very level and easy to set up at. My kids had a blast playing on the rocks and walking throughout the campground. I would most definably stay here again.