1 Park near Greenville, Virginia
Nov 2015 - $14.00
This is just my second day here and unfortunately based on the more positive reviews elsewhere (shame on me) I paid for a month, needing to be in the area for a couple weeks. I should have noticed how long ago those reviews were written. Not only is the park full of full timers (not seasonal recreation users) but management allows them to turn their areas into junk yards---many do---and unfortunately, right across from my door is somebody's junk yard for me to look at every time I go out. There were barking dogs last night and this morning with their owners yelling at them to shut up-- but apart from that it is quiet--so far. I am staying here after the end of the season (November) and many of the summer folks have covered their units (or not) and have left. I can only imagine what it must be like in the summer. The sites are all back-ins and mine was quite uneven, requiring levelers on one side. I write this review early in my stay to warn others who at this moment may be considering a stay here--if you need an overnight stay it might be OK but it is so far out of the way from the highway it would hardly be worth the trouble. On the positive side, the WiFi is good and the nights are pleasingly dark--no artificial light. The hookups were in convenient locations and easy to hook up. The rate I cited is based on what I paid at the monthly rate. - nanzhere
Sep 2015 - $40.00
The previous posts all have valid points. However, there are a lot of good things about this campground also. I did some investigating and talked to a lot of the seasonal campers. The park is gradually making a lot of improvements. Electrical service was upgraded throughout the campground over the past couple of years. The wifi is being upgraded (I got really fast service). Sites are being upgraded with fresh gravel. Sites are big for the most part. The lake is nice and the mini- golf is scheduled for rebuild next spring. They serve dinner and breakfast on the weekends. Food is very good and plentiful. Definitely a transitional state right now. Yes, very predominately seasonal campers, but they are very friendly. The entry road is rough, but the campground tries to maintain it at their expense although it is a county road. It was just graded when we arrived, but a big thunderstorm washed a lot of gravel out the next day. Not a "high class" resort, but we would stay here again. Would rate it higher as more improvements are made. - boatto5er
Jul 2015 - $43.00
This park has about 98% of full timers or seasonal full timers. The 2% left are people who forgot to read the RV park review before making a reservation. The last 1/2 mile is on a road that is literally disintegrating. The road in their park is just as bad.
Women's restroom was OK, but men's was never cleaned or restocked in our 4 day stay. Since the park caters to long timers there appears to be no rules as to what or how much stuff you can have at your site. Refrigerators, patios bigger than the RV, furniture, and garden gnomes are prolific. Many have fenced in their property so they can keep their overflowing stuff safe. They do not offer a Good Sam discount. No Wi-Fi and no cable. The sites are incredibly un-level and do not get cleaned between campers or forever by the looks of it. The lady that checked us in at 1:30pm had PJs on. On Saturday they had a live band at their pond/beach which lasted until 11:30pm. You didn't need to attend to hear it from all ends of this huge park. We won't be back. - Dmuecke