Date of Stay: October, 2013
As full timers we have stayed at a number of KOA's along with many public and private campgrounds, this is the first we've been nickeled and dimed so much. The rate on the internet (for the cheaper sites) is only good if you reserve online it's more for a walk in, if you want to put your own boat in the lake you have to pay extra. The first site (27) they gave us had an underground concrete holding tank with a large concrete lid and a sewer connection right out the coach door, they did move us albeit reluctantly to a smaller back in site with a concrete pad, very level and a little cheaper. You will need 50' for water hose and 2 sewer hose lengths depending on your rig. The internet password was no good after the first day. There is both short term area and long term sites around, some of which the campers haven't been moved in decades. It is convenient to the Interstate so would be good for an overnight.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
This is a very clean park, the mountain view sites are nice and large with cable, the riverfront sites appear to be a little smaller and have no cable. We had no problem getting our 5th wheel level. Owners and staff are wonderful people, very huggable, we enjoyed getting to know them all. There is a large play area for kids and a tube center right at the park. The campground is very near the Smokey Mountain National Park and lots of north western NC attractions. We hope to be back someday.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
Brand new beautiful campground nestled in the Green Mountains. Friendly staff, large sites, fairly level and easy to back in to. Good cable, excellent cell phone coverage, Wi-Fi spotty but they are working on it, Our 4g Verizon mobile hotspot works excellent. Rate reflects monthly stay. They are definitely doing things right. We will be back next summer.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Wonderful family friendly campground. Friendly staff, 2 pools, rustic cabins. Good WiFi though they do charge, spotty cell phone, basic cable TV. Convenient to lots of small lakes for canoeing or kayaking. Surrounded by lots of beautiful Vermont small towns. A great place to visit Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Would stay here again.