We stayed here for one night while traveling I-95. The staff were very helpful and friendly and had no problems accommodating us without a reservation. The park caters mostly to seasonal campers, who occupy about 3/4 of the sites. Most of the sites were well treed, and the park was very quiet and dark, making for a great sleep. The downside of the wooded sites were some very tricky corners, and backing in my 34' RV was a challenge. Once in, the site was big enough to stay hooked up for the night. Nice. Why a 7? Some, but not all, of the units in the seasonal sites are in disrepair, which always detracts for us. No sewer is available, and there is a fee to use the dump unless you stay two nights. Water is available, but only through a garden hose sized connection. The WiFi isn't provided by the park, it is provided by a few kind seasonal campers who open their network to others. It worked well, but seemed a bit weird, as this seems to be the camp's chosen method to provide WiFi. Finally, our site was busy with mosquitoes and deer flies, but that's nature. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pulled through on my way home from Maine. Owner was a real nice fella and I enjoyed our conversation. Camp site is not an RV park with many amenities, but a great place to stay for wooded sites. Kids enjoyed swimming and fishing in pond. Saw a guy pull in a big largemouth bass. Would consider coming back to fish and have fun. Facilities were clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a private campground that we thought we'd try. Sites are pretty close together; wooded/shaded and roomy enough but closer than we would have preferred. It seems like most of the campers are seasonal or year round. The roads are sand and gravel. Cable dost an extra $5 per day. Karaoke is offered on weekends. Restrooms and showers are clean. The downside for us was that there was not much to do. We were here during a few rainy days. There's a small beach on the lake, fishing is possible and they have boat rentals. No trails for walking. So this is more of a destination place for some quiet time and it is successful at that. The new owners are helpful, pleasant and keep up a good campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here one night in a motor home. Paid $20 on Passport America (reg rate is $40). Park roads and sites are primarily a sandy gravel that was very clean to drive on even in a downpour. There are sites in heavily shaded trees, as well as sites in an open grassy field. Most sites are seriously out of level. We camped in the field and had to use thick wood blocks under our tires. Getting level here is a problem. No Wi-Fi. Our cell worked OK. The park has a nice 50 acre lake that is large enough to kayak. It looks like a great bass pond, but we only stayed the night and I didn't fish it. The park is on a small country road which had more traffic noise than expected: nothing like an interstate, but not quiet either. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small secluded campground with friendly staff. Very quiet being well away from any major highways or communities. Clean sites and well maintained bathrooms. Gray water drains only, with dump station in middle of campground. Small beach and lake are nice. Will stay there again when the opportunity arises. We camped here in a Motorhome.