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Date of Stay:
October, 2010 -
Upon arrival we noticed the grass needed cutting. The dog run for walking did not have a fence. The roads were narrow and uneven with large potholes. The Country Store employees were friendly and helpful. However, upon requesting to rent a golf cart in the Bait and Tackle shop, customer service was sadly lacking. We rented a golf cart for $50 a day. By the time we got to our site the back seat fell off due to old age and poor condition of the cart. We had to duck tape it back on. The next day it broke down and we had to get it jumped by a fellow camper. Again the following morning it broke down. When I was unable to move the cart I walked back to the Bait shop to return the keys and ask for a refund, I was told NO. I would only receive a partial and deposit back. Additionally the lady said you get nothing until they retrieve the cart. I asked why and she said “you could have put it on the back of your truck and driven home with it!” I protested at such a ridiculous charge as that would require an 8 hour drive and a $56 toll bridge charge to go home and back. We continued to argue for a couple minutes until another man asked me to speak to him outside. Once outside He said he was her husband and then he got in my face and threatened to beat me using obscenities. Fortunately he turned out to be full of hot air when I told him to go for it. His boss then came out and apologized for his unprofessional behavior and sent him back inside to the back office. But never did anything about it. I went back inside and explained to all that 99 percent of campers we have found to be very honest. I’ve been in law enforcement for 33 years and never have been accused of stealing or dealt with such an unprofessional business. This seems to be what they were all about. Making a profit anyway possible! Lastly, when packing up the camper at least 4 or 5 other families camping around us relayed they also had issues with the people that ran the Bait and Tackle shop. Such a beautiful location and it’s a shame our family will never return. We camped at Cherrystone Family Camping & RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
August, 2010 -
This park is in two sections. One is wooded and hilly but great for small campers, and some have a lake view. The new section is made for large RV's. Awesome park with tons of things to do. Golf, tennis, outdoor and indoor pools, etc. Only one drawback is our friends have a pop up and can't stay next to our RV due to the no pop up rule. We hope that changes soon. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
January, 2010 -
10 out of a 10! Our favorite park all around the country! You have to book 363 days in advance to get a premium site around Christmas, but is it ever worth it!! You bet!!! and bring your decorations!! We camped at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.