Conveniently located just off I-95, this mostly permanent or seasonally rented park has very close, full hook-ups with cable TV available for travelers. Strong free WI-fi adjacent to the office/motel. Located two miles from Four Oaks town, the campground map indicates showers which were locked or not there. There are railroad tracks directly behind the park with freight and high speed trains throughout the evening and day. Passport America accepted We camped here in a Motorhome.
I guess it is worth the price for an overnight stay in route down I-95. The pull through site was plenty long, but pretty muddy. With the Good Sam discount it was only $20.25. There appeared to be only two pull through transient sites available plus a few back in sites. The rest of the park was filled with older park models and permanently parked trailers. There is a motel also on the property. They had everything we needed. The hookups were relatively new and in good shape. The cable and Wi-Fi both worked well. There was free ice, doggy clean up bags, and recycling and trash containers. The campground is adjacent to an active train track, but as previously mentioned, it is not near a crossing, so you don't have to put up with a train horn, just the noise of the train itself which really wasn't too bad with the trailer closed up. We did not even look at the restrooms or showers, so cannot comment on those. Personally, I don't think this park is up to Good Sam standards - it is pretty run down and a little seedy - but we did not feel unsafe, and the price was right. Will probably look for a different place next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. I pretty much had a hint that this is not going to be anything like a "resort" as the name implies when the person in the office had to buzz me through the door. This is basically a run-down mobile home park. We were assigned a very unlevel pull-through site on grass with 30-amp service. Didn't use any of the facilities so can't comment on them. Trains, trains, trains! We would stay again as a last resort but not if we had to pay full price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here a week in a 42ft motor home, Escapees Rate. It appears to be a converted mobile home park, and still has mostly mobile homes and park models. Hard to get the park on phone for reservations, had to leave message. Easy to get into from I 95, level gravel sites. Right next to a rail track, but not a problem because track not near a crossing, so no horn. Clean and friendly. Good cable, WiFi, FH. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We paid $21 plus $2 for cable for one night's stay using Passport America. We were given a 50 amp pull through site which was not very level and was very close to the other sites. These are side by side hook ups near the office. There are some back in sites available between the mobile homes situated here. Run down park, decent Wi-Fi, close to the interstate, okay for an overnight stay only. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is really a VERY old run down trailer park..NOT A resort! There were 6 sites not occupied by permanents (had bushes growing around most of them so they have been there for years). Self contained units only which was good since looking at their park, we would not have used facilities. They advertise 'cheapest on #95' but that is not true and after staying there 1 night would/should have paid more for a decent place. Sites were definitely not level and had lots of broken glass in the one we occupied. We only stayed here after seeing it because we were exhausted from traveling, slept and left. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This park was ok for an overnight stay. People were friendly and helpful. The park is apparently newly renovated but looks very tired! Has a number of permanents that look equally tired. We are fully enclosed so no problem. There is a train that goes through: of course! Would stay for one night if in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our rate was Passport America. This is an older mobile home park that is being converted over to RV sites. Wi-Fi was excellent. Pull thru site was dirt and grass with a cement patio. Owner and maintenance man were so friendly and helpful. We would stop here again for an overnight stop but not without the discount price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The name is false. This is NOT a resort. No sites are level, all are dirt/sand. They offer water, sewer, electric, cable, nothing else. Sites are shared and close together. The web site says free breakfast, that is coffee and store bought individual danish. The owners are nice and have dreams of a resort, but they are far from it. This is a good overnight stop, but not a resort. Do not stay here without the 50% discount. Normal full price ($34) is way too much for this Motel/Mobile Home/RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is Passport America for a pull through, in this motel/mobile home/campground. On the positive side; owners were friendly and helpful, site long enough to keep toad connected, that's about it. Our site sloped down, could not get level even with use of blocks, and our water connection was on the wrong side (shared-side by side). We got as close to level as we could, and didn't need w/s as we were only overnighting. Free Wi-Fi was offered, but we had a good Verizon signal and used our air card. Cable is extra. I did not see any bathhouses, not sure there are any. I didn't see rr tracks, but they must be nearby as we heard several freight trains throughout the night. We probably will look for another spot to overnight the next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is to the side and behind their motel. We weren't impressed when we pulled in but changed our mind immediately. The owner went out of his way to help us. Our site has a slight slant but nothing serious. Cement pad. Great cable. Water pressure fantastic. We used Passport America. Can't really say what regular rate is. Paid extra for cable. We would not hesitate to stop here again for a couple of days. We camped here in a Motorhome.