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Date of Stay:
October, 2005 -
Convenient location just off I-40/I-85 but this place has seen better days. It is overgrown and poorly maintained. Shrubs and low limbs haven't been pruned in some time. Untrimmed bushes between sites made opening slides a tight fit. We stayed in an open area better suited to larger rigs than the more wooded sites, but the sites were narrow and the crushed rock was thin and not well maintained (meaning a lot of sand and dirt) tracked everywhere. This would be a really messy place in wet weather. The sites were not level and taxed the ability of the air leveling system on our coach to handle the grade. Sewer dumps were uphill posing an interesting challenge when dumping tanks. Observed numerous semi-permanent residents, some living apparently full-time in tents and out of the back of their vehicles. Other than a place to park with convenient access to Greensboro, this is not a place most would choose for its ambiance. On a positive note, the sites in the area where we parked were open enabling excellent satellite reception. Cable TV may be available at some sites but it was not in our area. We camped at Greensboro KOA in a Motorhome.