1 Park near Washington, North Carolina
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Rate reflects combination of weekly/monthly rate. Electric is separate. We stayed here for 7 weeks as we had a medical issue. Note that medical treatment in Washington and nearby Greenville is very good.
This park is mostly park models with a grass area for transients. Well kept and friendly. Owner was very accommodating to us since we had a medical concern. Big rigs are welcome. Had no problem leveling. Turn after gate a bit tight; just use caution. Pool and shaded outdoor pavilion and the park has activities for children and adults. Fishing and boating access in park and nearby. Would stay here again. - Jmh510
Mar 2014 - $30.00
Not impressed. If you're open for the season, everything should be open and available. Only place for overnight or short stays is the back 40 row of 20 spots I believe. Wind is pretty strong there too and you can't use your awning because of it. Not good since there's no shade. Place is filled with seasonal and full timers in all the good spots. No balance to this and is typical of all campgrounds who entertain seasonal stays. Makes other feel unwelcome, myself included. Seemed to be experiencing electrical problems during my stay. Had to replace some fried electrical equipment upon return home. Owner is very nice. Maintenance crew seemed to have bad attitude and burned out. They should be replaced with folks who appreciate and know customer service and care about the place. Instead of messing around for 2 days with a bad breaker trying to keep power on, this $2 item should have been replaced then. Was told my year-old camper was the problem. Odd how I've had no issues at 7 other campgrounds this year and 6 previous year. Place is advertised as resort to justify a marked up price yet it's just a campground. I will not return. - camper99
Jul 2013 - $43.00
From 10, deduct a point each for No Wi-Fi, no pool (recent rain), the clothes washers closed (drain problem), mini golf course in poor condition, the playground equipment is dirty, and "resort" advertised. We stayed one night. This is a good overnight that added "Resort" name and $15 to price, but does not have resort amenities. 250+ spots are residential. Bathroom very clean partly because it gets very little use. Extraordinarily long and level pull through sites. Good Sam rate. Saw no kids other than ours. Very good folks, but overreached on the advertising. We would not return. - Frank Rader