1 Park near Greensboro, North Carolina
Jun 2015 - $40.00
This park is a former KOA. The staff was friendly. We just stayed over night and did not use the facilities. The sites were gravel and not much grass. It was not bad for just staying one night. - tbillman
Jun 2015 - $36.00
We were heading to another park and were very disappointed so we had to find something in the Greensboro area. We chose this park based on the reviews. We figured it would be okay for a night or two.
We used gps to get to the park and had no trouble finding it. If you are coming from the west on I-40 you pass the park, which is right off the highway, and come back to it. It could be hard to find at night but gps worked well to arrive safely.
The office check in process was smooth and the owner or manager was very cordial and escorts to sites. If you are unhappy with your site she works at trying to find one that will work for your situation. The office is open 11a-7p M-S and 12p-6- on Sunday so they are there to assist as people arrive.
Sites are gravel, some treed, some not and if you have leveling blocks you will have no trouble getting setup. If you are expecting a flat & level site then do not stop here. With the proper equipment there is no problem here. The major concern for us being level in the electric/propane fridge. If they are even a few degrees out of level you can slowly damage the cooling unit. Over time that will shorten its life.
Services are fine given the park is an old KOA, but we had no issues on our site. Some sites are close. We had no trouble navigating around the park. They have an open area on the south side of the park that would work well for 40'+ RV's and 5th wheels.
We would stop by here again if in the area. - Howard Jaros
May 2015 - $36.00
We stayed 4 nights to see the area.
The park is near I-40 so it has easy access but some of the turns are sharp, the road narrow and the entrance hidden at the end of the road.
The campground appears to be a former KOA. It is showing its' age. It was built on hills so there might be a hand full of sites that are close to being level. The vast majority of the sites have a 2 directional slope making it difficult to get level.
The interior roads and sites are gravel and narrow. The utility connections are about midway along the side of the sites. Due to the slope of the sites, sewer might have to run up hill. Not much privacy as the sites are VERY close to each other.
Only one dumpster located at the CG's entrance.
There is an extensive tree canopy so satellite reception is impacted. There are a few sites that are open to the South for reception.
There were a few broadcast channels but didn't get the 4 major networks.
Park's WiFi service was non-existent. Only saw the connections occasionally and couldn't get connected. Our Verizon Hotspot was better.
No designated pet area but there was sufficient space to walk dogs along the CG's roads. There were no bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste or collection cans to dispose of waste.
For being in a hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter. The office & restroom buildings were identified as a severe weather shelter.
Would not stay here again. - bsb814