1 Park near Littleton, North Carolina
Jun 2015 - $1.00
-Check in process- Ok. The main entrance is just off the road and it's a building with a radio to call down to the Trading Post to get inside. Next, you follow a map and some non specific signs down to the actual check in building.
-After hours check in- No
-RV spots- Spots are packed in and the roads are tight. It is hit or miss on levelness, but overall it was fairly good. The water HU is not with the electric, so an extra hose will be needed to reach.
-Hookups- Very few FHU sites, for the most part, you only have electric and water. There is a Honey Wagon Service with both free and pay days so make sure you plan ahead.
-Wi-Fi- It was not available during our visit.
-Bathhouse/Laundry- Descent facilities. They were clean and a good size. Laundry room had a good amount of machines that all worked.
-Amenities- Lots to do on site including a huge lake for boating and swimming; there is a pool, mini golf, horseshoes, volleyball, hiking trails, and shuffle board as well. There is a member's lodge with a tv, games, and library with lots of books for all ages.
-Kids- Definitely a family campground. There were families and kids everywhere.
-Pets- Pets are welcome; no dog park.
-Local area- Park is not close to tourist area or even larger populated areas. Raleigh and Durham are both more than 50 miles away. The site is situated in between Rt85 and Rt95, if you don't mind driving, those roads will take you to more locations.
-Staff- Staff we encountered were all very nice.
-Overall rating and comments- Park definitely had a party atmosphere. If you are looking for somewhere to relax and have a quiet peaceful time, this is not the campground for you. However, if you are looking for constant activity, lots to do, dance parties, and making sure your kids (and you for that matter) are tuckered out at night, this is the place for you. Overall, this was a great place. You could easily stay here for a few weeks and not get bored. - D20Nomads
Jun 2014 - $1.00
Rate reflects TT member. Nice campground, very limited sewer sites, but they do come a couple of times a week for pump out. Roads were a little rough could use a good grading. Lots of seasonals here but some nice sites still available. Bring things to level your rig as sites need work also, - DBLR
May 2013 - $1.00
Beautiful setting, nice woods and fantastic Lake Gaston. Great place if you're in a small towable and have plenty of materials for leveling the rig. Unfortunately it's full of seasonal campers, so all of the nice sites are taken. No sites are close to being level, and they are shoe-horned between trees. It's simply NOT big rig friendly. The office staff was blissfully unaware that the park was so full. I'm in a 43' coach, and there wasn't a single usable site there. So 40 miles wasted and off to an overnighter. - Patrick Bauer