Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $17.00
Directions on website say don't follow GPS but their directions are confusing. They tell you to go west but the sign says N or S.
Site are FHU 50amp, PTH, gravel with grass. They are close but enough room between. No cable but TV over antenna. Playground, pool. No dog run but places to walk. Permanent sites were OK. Fine for an overnight. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $17.00
This park has serious electrical problems on their transient sites during warm weather. When we arrived, voltage was 112. At 6pm when other camper arrived, voltage dropped to less than 97 volts on several occasions on the 50 amp service. This happened two days in a row during temps in the high 80's. We left early after the second night of issues. Other than that, the campground was nice and shady. Other campers reported the same issues with the power. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $27.00
Would not stay here again. Power surges over 130 and below 103. Talked to office and their solution was use 30 amp to 50 adapter. Tried to run 1 ac with everything else in rv off power fluctuations all over the scale. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $17.00
This is mostly a seasonal park. They do have pull through sites, but WiFi is not available on them, only at the office which is only open until about 3 P.M. No cable TV, can get a few channels with antenna. Park was clean, sites were extra long and good space between them. Picnic tables and fire rings at each site. Was nice and quiet. We were visiting family and it was a nice value. Rate was for Passport America. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $16.00
Park is mostly permanent sites with only a few full hook ups for travelers. They do have a large open grassy area with water and electric available. Biggest issue were they advertise big rig access but the pull through sites are short and larger rigs (over 35') would have to unhook tow car to fit. Roads to campground are narrow and interior roads are potholed and muddy when it rains. Be sure and follow campground directions to park, not GPS due to big hill and tight turns described in prior post. On the plus side they honored the Passport rate for our 8 day stay. Our Sprint air card was slow and we did not pay for their WI-FI as signal was weak from our site. We would probably stay again just for the PPA rate if back in the area, otherwise we would try one of the other parks nearby. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $16.00
Most sites are permanent. We were in a pull-through site that needed gravel badly. It rained most of the time we were here and the site became very muddy. No cable but TV reception was OK with antenna. Charged $5.95 for 24 hours of Wi-Fi then reception at site was weak. Verizon air card worked well. AC power was low. Golf carts are allowed so can be noisy. Water was good. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $14.00
This is a Passport America rate. I rated 8 because I feel I got my money's worth and I was lucky to find a relatively level pull-through site. Many sites would present a problem leveling. I arrived after the office had closed, so I picked my own site and it was in the water and electric only area (which was no problem) saving me $2. Getting to the campground might be a real issue for some rigs. The turn onto Skyline Drive is onto an immediate serious uphill grade. A car pulling a trailer would probably drag the hitch getting onto that hill. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Camped in the overnight section. While it was a pull-through, it was very short and unlevel. WiFi is a pay as you go service. Very quiet. Probably will not stay here again. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
We'd stayed here several years ago and have positive memories. This time we stayed three nights, two of which were weekend. There are a large number of "weekenders" that leave their trailers and occupy them only on weekends. They bring lots of noise and smoky campfires. We've never stayed anyplace with as many noisy (smelly) golf carts. Dogs are running loose and it is total havoc. We'll stay here again, but never on a weekend! We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
This is a tough place to review. They have over 200 total sites, yet only 10 are set aside for "overnight" stays. The overnight spots are pull-through sites, but are somewhat uneven and a little short for longer rigs. Virtually the entire campground is trailers that are set up permanently, or at least for "the season." Most of the trailers seem to be used as vacation homes. This means on that weekends (and I assume during the summer) the place is full of families and kids. The main activity while we were here seemed to be folks riding around the campground in golf carts. Not very relaxing to an overnight guest. But starting Sunday night the place was absolutely peaceful and quiet. Cell phone and broadband reception were good, and the campground laundry facility was fine. So we would rate this as an OK place to overnight for a day or two, especially if you avoid the weekend. Otherwise, not a destination stop for us. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $14.00
I have to disagree with some of the previous postings. The staff was very friendly and helpful. This park is very well maintained. This is one of the few parks where the majority of the seasonal sites are very well taken care of and neat looking. Yes, the pull through sites are a little off level, but we are in a hilly area. The 50 amp power and water pressure was very good, and interior gravel roads are in good condition. This is a very nice park, and we would use this park again if in the area. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $14.00
Rate is for Passport America. Not sure because we were PA that we got a site with reverse side hookups and two sets of the "lego blocks" to even attempt to level our motorhome, but we would not stay again. OK for a quick overnight, assuming one can stand the repeated falls out of bed from the slopes. Staff was not all that friendly or accommodating. Not sure what else was around, but would look harder next time. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
This park has a two sides, the seasonal side which is fairly busy, but shaded sites and the temporary sites "on the hill". I prefer the hill side it's treed and away from the permanents so it's quieter. It seems more like camping. The owners can be a little gruff at times. Sites are average size but are sloped, making it hard to level in some cases. Bathrooms are clean and well maintained. Nice campground, very quiet until holidays. Nice pool, tennis courts, basketball, free mini golf. I stay here twice a year. We camped at RV Village Camping Resort in a Tent Trailer.