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Friendly office staff and check in was efficient. Park is convenient to Bristol. We attended the Bristol Rhythm and Roots Festival.

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Use the entrance closest to town. Interior roads and site drives are gravel. Big rig maneuverability is good. There are strips of grass between you and your neighbor. Power is strong and water pressure is good. Sewer port on the pull-through sites were set back from the pedestal, so you may need a longer hose. Verizon had 2 bars. Satellite TV was no problem at the center sites. Against the hill and on the lower level will probably be hard to get. Owner is very friendly and easy going.

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Great campgrounds for an overnight.

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Great small park with wonderful owners. Lots to do in the area. Camped in a 45 foot motorhome. Suggest you call the owners, when you get near to get specific directions. We also disconnect our toad in Galax with the toad preceding the RV talking radios to make sure traffic is clear at the curves. Verizon cell phone service is not good. You can activate WiFi on your smart phone using the parks WiFi to make and receive calls. Attend the Fries jam on Thursday nights in the town recreation buildings for a great taste of old timey and mountain music.

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Camped in the 45" motor home with tow car. Suggest you unhook tow car in the area provided after entry station at the south park entrance. Some of the interior roads within the Palmetto Ridge have sharp curves, which are difficult to maneuver. The interior roads are paved and sites are gravel. We stayed in the new Palmetto Ridge campground. It has full hookups including 50 amp power. The sewer connections at each site might require an extension hose and are rather elevated. There is a good distance between you and your neighbor with vegetation between. Some sites were open, some had partial shade, and a few had extensive shade. Verizon cell was spotty at the campground with usually no service. Our site was open, so we had no problem with satellite TV. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Biking, hiking, fishing, and critter watching are wonderful. Don't miss the Canopy Walk.

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Camped in a 45 foot motor home with tow car. Called ahead and given better directions to park entrance. Met at park entrance and led to our site by very friendly owner. He hooked up to utilities for us. We parked in the transient area, which is a large grass field. We only needed to stay one night.

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When traveling west on Highway 1 (Augusta Rd.), the right turn onto Oak Rd. is tricky for a big rig. We proceeded west through the intersection and turned into the huge flea market parking lot. Drove around to the backside of the market to the RV park entrance. Office clerk was very friendly and helpful. Park had many long term residents in the back section. We parked in the front section for transients.

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Works for an overnight stay. Easy access on and off I-81. You will hear noise from interstate if you're not running your air conditioners. Outside the noise level is bearable. Park layout is good for big rigs, although we did unhook tow car in their large parking lot before parking the 45 foot motorhome on the site. Interior roads and site driveways are gravel and some mud if it has been raining. Sites are close together with some grass between sites. Verizon cell had 3 bars. Free Wi-Fi worked well. We were able to get satellite TV on our site. Some sites you may not be able to get satellite TV because of trees and a hill next to the RV park.

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It is apparently VA parks policy to not assign sites during reservation. When you arrive you are told to pick out an available site and report to the office site selected. This method requires 2 trips and inconvenience. Check-in staff were friendly. Interior roads and some site drives were paved. Most site drives were gravel. The sites are new and on a side of a hill. Interior roads are a little narrow to turn or back into sites, if you have a big rig. Take it slow and easy. Good amount of green space between sites. Trees are small, so little shade and they don't present a hazard. No Verizon cell service. Sat TV was easy to receive. Many water activities and zipline are nearby.

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Camped in a 45 motor home with tow car. Sites on upper level are not long enough for big rigs. Most sites on the lower level are. Some precise driving is required, but doable. If you have a big rig, DO NOT proceed to the upper level. Park in the road or across the street down the hill in the large parking lot and walk to the office. If towing, disconnect before entering the lower level. Office staff very helpful and personable. Interior roads and site drives are gravel. Nice amount of grass and landscaping between neighbors. Some shade offered on some sites especially in the upper level. Verizon Wireless 2 bars. Satellite TV was no problem at our site and appears to be possible at most sites on the lower level. Free Wi-Fi was good with reasonable speed. Long walking distance to village of Intercourse.

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Most interior roads are pot hole gravel as well as site driveways. We drove our tow car to scout a site suitable for our large rig. Many sites were not very level, but we found a good site. This campground is family oriented.

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We stayed during Country Fest. Park was overwhelmed as we expected. We attended the Fest and that was our reason for staying in the park. It was convenient to be in the park. Would be stay otherwise, probable not. Interior roads and layout not designed for a long RV like ours. Roads were very rough with lots of pot holes. Site driveways were angled the wrong direction.

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This park is in a quiet, country setting near Walnut Creek. Long straight gravel drive to park. Interior roads and site driveways are gravel. Layout works well for access with even the largest rig. Owners are extremely friendly and helpful. The building containing the restrooms, showers, laundry and meeting rooms appears to be very new.

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Camped in a 45 foot motorhome. Paved interior roads and site drives. Good amount of green space between you and your neighbor. Check-in at the Welcome Center kiosk is tight for a long coach like ours. Center is not designed well. We unhooked our tow car before reaching the camping area to be able to move better. About half of the sites would accommodate a long RV. Our full hookup back-in site had good free WiFi, satellite TV with limited shade and 4 bars on Verizon. Beautiful campground with resort next door.

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Gravel roads and sites with some green space between sites. Most back-in sites are level. Pull-through sites are not. All sites are open. There is no shade. 4 bars on Verizon. Satellite TV was no problem. Turns were tight for our 45 footer. Owners were very nice.