Date of Stay: May, 2010
This is a brand new camp that is near Niagara Falls. It is a less expensive than the KOA, while still offering many amenities.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
The person who designed this entrance should be shot. You travel down narrow, one lane, Ewart Ave in this city. The sign for the campground is COMPLETELY obscured by a tree. You don't see the sign until you've passed the entrance. Even if you did see the entrance, it requires a sharp, acute right turn that is difficult or impossible. Next is a climb up a very steep hill with a nasty left turn at the top and steepest point. No one is working at the office in the campground and each site is locked with a wire barrier. You must travel or walk a block away to register and pay a $5 deposit for the key to unlock your site. NEVER AGAIN.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
(we had a coupon) Gorgeous park. There is no clubhouse as yet, just the sales office. Lots are for sale here. Purchase price is $120-200k+ plus annual fees of ~$2500. Sales people are polite and low key. A tight, executive (par 3) golf course runs through the park, $10/pp plus $10 cart. I was reluctant to slice balls off the Prevosts. :-) Wifi is free and very fast - there are 5 nodes to connect to. 2 cafes are adjacent to the park and in walking distance. Biking/jogging in the park is challenging due to the grades. Be SURE to visit their website for route advice. Good hiking at nearby Gorgeous State Park and the Whitewater Falls area. Good location for visiting the towns of Cashiers and Highlands. There are good and bad ways to get here. NC is tough for grades and turns.
Date of Stay: May, 2006
NOT RECOMMENDED. There is no office and no one to help when when you arrive. In the grass field, which is the largest part of the campground, the electrical boxes have NO reachable breaker switches. It turns out the breakers are in unmarked boxes 14' in the air with no way to reach them. The owner's wife was very rude. We will not return.