Very shady spots in the woods. There are safari sites too. We were there on July 4th weekend. They had a good band on Saturday night. Pet friendly but pets are not allowed in swimming area and rec halls. Horseshoes, soccer fields and activities for children. We'll be back. We camped at Ginny B Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We had a huge lot near the front with FHU and 50 amps service. The site was grass and a little soggy which our jacks sunk into. It was easy to get in and out of the park and easy to park our rig. The grounds are well kept and they have a small lake for swimming and fishing and a well stocked store. Most of the FHU sites are 30 amps and most of the 50 amps sites do not have sewer hookups so plan ahead. The sewer drainage did backup a couple of times when we drained and we learned to drain slowly. There is Wi-Fi at the office and we were able to pick it up at our site. No cable but we able to pickup a few over the air channels. There are some activities for kids and the park was nice and quiet and they have very friendly hosts and permanents. We would stay here again. We camped at Ginny B Campground in a Motorhome.
This park does not take credit cards, cash or check, only. We were looking for a place to stay while enroute from Maine to NYC and we lucked upon this campground. The campground caters mostly to seasonals, but has many overnight sites located amongst the seasonals. This is nice since the seasonal campers are very welcoming and helpful. The sites are good size, but the roads into the campground are pretty rocky with many potholes. There is very little cell service and no cable, very little antenna TV service, but it is a wonderful outdoor CAMPING experience. There are two large ponds on the property. The largest has lifeguard service during the day, a sand beach, plus a large grassy area. It also boasts lots of fish for catching and releasing. The bath houses were interspersed amongst the many campsites and they held 3 toilets and 1 shower stall in each of the buildings. They were outdated, but were kept clean. There were several playgrounds within the campground for the kids. We had a great time and ended up staying for 4 nights instead of the planned two nights. If back in the area, we would definitely stay here again. We camped at Ginny B Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $28.00
In spite of some issues, we liked this homey campground. Chiefly the bathrooms needed to be updated and kept cleaner, they were old and grimy. Lovely clean pond for swimming, also had a clear stream running through the length of the CG. Some seasonals were junky, others were neat and tidy. Sites were either gravel/dirt or grass, no concrete. But most sites appeared fairly level. There were several open areas (both seasonal and transients) that allowed for sat dish setup. Roads were bumpy and the map is confusing at best. Employees were VERY friendly. We would come here again, but for those looking for amenities and luxury, go elsewhere. We camped at Ginny B Campground in a Tent Trailer.