Stayed one night with C2C. Very convenient for a quick stop over. Park could use a little work. Many seasonals but all were friendly as was the park staff. Very much geared toward families with lots of amenities, though we did not use them. Would stay again. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
Our lot was on gravel, and narrow. It wasn't really level, but we managed. We didn't have a problem with the satellite reception. They did have a nice fenced in area for the dogs. The weather was really chilly and rainy so we didn't use the pool or mini golf, which seemed very nice. The lots on the river all seemed to be full for the park members. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $21.00
The rate reflects Passport America rate. We were in section C and were very dissatisfied. Our RV is 34 feet long and we tow a car. The space was only long enough for the RV, our car had to be parked in the overflow area. The sites were gravel and nothing was done to make them level. A little grading is all it would take, nothing fancy. On the up side the bathrooms, showers and laundry were clean and well maintained. This section also had a fenced in dog park. There were no trees, just an open field with gravel laid out to mark the spot. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $33.00
This is a very large resort located on a river. It was easy to access from I-81 and easy to get around in the resort. Our shaded grass and gravel back-in site was not level but with a couple of blocks we were fine. The sites are small but no one were on either side of us during our visit. The utilities worked well and the Wi-Fi was a slow at times. No cable but we were able to pickup a couple of OTA channels and get a satellite signal. The pools were closed but they have lots of basketball, horseshoe, and other courts. If you are not a resort member you can only reserve a spot one week out. It is a Passport America campground. We would stay here again. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $1.00
My wife and I drove about an hour to check this campground out for possible weekend getaway that was a short drive from home. However we were told that we could not drive through to check out their campground as they were full and they didn't have anyone to watch us. I told her that we didn't need watching just wanted to preview their campground. She was not very pleasant or courteous to myself or my wife. So needless to say we will NOT return and we will NOT recommend this campground as if they can't be courteous to a future customer what will they be like IF we or anyone camps there. NO Thank You. By the way I have done this before at other campgrounds without any issues or hassles. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
We stayed in C section. Sites are pull thru but extremely narrow. Not wide enough if you have slide and an awning. Very poor tv reception. WiFi is an additional cost. Do NOT purchase. Cost $3/day or 3 day for $5. Purchased 3 day plan got to use for day and a half. Spoke to office gave me a free day but the WiFi came up and then quit for the last 3 days of my stay. When it was up the connection were very very slow. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $10.00
We stayed here as part of our Coast to Coast membership. Some of the sites are along the Shenandoah River, but we stayed up on a hill in Section C. The site felt a little narrow, and if someone had been in the next site we would not have been able to put out the awnings, but opening the slides was no problem. The campground is quiet, though it seemed that several "seasonal" campers near us left for work very early in the morning. Although they don't have cable TV (and antenna channels were quite limited) they do have a club house with 2 satellite TVs available. The WiFi access is deceptive -- you can purchase a code for $3.00 per day, or $5.00 for 3 days, but the service was pretty slow and uneven, bumping us off time after time. All things considered we were quite comfortable here, the campground is very close to the north entrance to the Skyline Drive, and we would stay here again. We camped here in a fifth wheel. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Narrow unlevel sites. Power OK at about 110 volts. Nice pools, lakes are green ponds. Many sites ars occupied by seasonals. At the Passport America rate listed it is a acceptable deal. However $42 a night would be a deal breaker. No where, worth that amount. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. Paved interior roads with gate-guard security. 50 amp, cable TV, and shade trees are not available in the short term areas. Grass sites are pull-through and fairly level, although not very wide. We had no one in the site on our curb side, so had plenty of room. (Although our site was pull through, we had to back out due to a large motorhome that had set up so far back in his space that he blocked the pull-out road. I guess his kids needed the space in front of his coach for a playground.) We will stay here again. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Price was PA. This resort was easy to find. Has a gate person requiring in and out checking of card. Site had adequate room. Satellite worked well. Laundry/bathroom very clean. Good location from touring the area. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This park scores low for us because it smells like a sewer. The rate reflects Passport America. However, we were charged an extra $5.00 a night for Wi-Fi for each computer. Save the money on the Wi-Fi for the service is slower than frozen molasses in a snow storm. Never did determine where the sewer smell came from. We were in Section "C" and there was not enough room to extend our awning. The park is on the banks of the Shenandoah River. ALL SITES slope toward the river and are NOT LEVEL. Our final step exiting the motorhome was 18". There is a Putt Golf Course that was unusable due to lack of cleaning. The park is very large and seems to have a lot of activities. There appears to be RV's stored in spots that appear as if they should be declared unfit for use. I'd say the reviews by others complaining about the park are valid. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $15.00
First of all, this has the potential of being a really nice campground. The fact that the riverfront sites are filled with trashy, decrepit trailers totally ruins the appearance of the park. The upper, wooded tier seems well maintained and has nice shaded sites, many of which have decks. Along the river the sites are open and many have open views to the southern sky for satellite dishes. Although the park had at least 200 trailers in the campground, most were sitting empty during the week we were there. The price listed is for Coast to Coast members ($10 a day) plus a $5 per day charge for 50 amp electrical service. While this park is convenient to town, shopping and the Shenandoah National Park, I think I'd try another nearby C2C park next time. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $28.00
Steep downhill entry into CG - had to stay in first gear. Many Speed Bumps. Tree-filled area - could not get satellite reception, and very limited air card reception. Big place yet quiet and comfortable. Bathrooms / Showers clean. Price reflects Passport America discount, plus charge for 2 additional adults. Probably would not return here. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.
Campground is on the river although the river site area is very roudy and loud. There are several pools, but did not use them because they were always crowded and were full of children. The sites are narrow and some very difficult to get into. Cell phone service was bad which caused a lot of dropped calls. We would not return. We camped at North Fork Resort in a Motorhome.