Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $25.00
Gravel site that was very level . Strong electric and good water pressure. Very peaceful and quiet . Bathroom and showers clean and well maintained. Excellent cable and Wi-Fi. Manager was very helpful and knowledgeable of the campground. Lot of things for kids and adults to do including a bouncing pillow and water trampoline. A lot of permanent trailers was in the back section of the campground that could use some tidying up which is why I gave it a 9. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $26.00
This is a reasonably nice campground, with some neat features if you have kids. The air-pillow is a ton of fun for younger kids, and we used it on near daily basis. It was too cold to get in the water while we were there, but they also have some "toys" out in the lake that the younger crowd will enjoy. The mini-golf course is pretty great, but kind of pricey ($5 per person). The sites are reasonably spaced. Most include picnic tables, and a few have fire rings. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $35.00
This is a large family-owned campground built on a beautiful 25 acre lake. It has many campsites and several long-term campers but it offers so much to do. Although it was not swimming season, the lake has 2 very nice white sandy beaches and a large pool. Our son had a blast on the "jumping pillow." Because it was Halloween weekend, they had many special activities for the children including a hayride and haunted house. They also had putt-putt golf, a small store and a large playground. We had a nice super-site, Yellow 3, so wifi and cable were included in the price. The owners and manager were very friendly and we enjoyed our stay very much. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $37.00
I guess we got lucky again. Our site Yellow 14, was spacious and level, requiring no leveling blocks whatsoever. In fact we have stayed in this park several times and never had an issue. Some of the seasonal sites did appear to slope quite a bit though. The staff at Small Country are very friendly, and they go to great lengths to plan activities for their guests. This time is was Christmas in July. In any case, our gravel site was well shaded. All utilities worked well with the exception of the WiFi. Perhaps I was too far away from the AP, but even with my booster antenna I was unable to acquire an IP address. Verizon bailed us out once again though. We have stayed here often and will do so again. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $19.00
Roads are gravel, sites are gravel and very level. Some out in the open, some in shade. Owners are on site through out the day and very pleasant and helpful. Lots for kids and adults to do. They have boat rentals, miniature golf, large size chess set, horseshoes, bounce balloons, playground equipment, just to name a few. The store is organized and reasonable priced. The sites are a bit close, but all our neighbors were quiet and considerate. There are a lot of permanent units, mostly newer and nice looking. One section has a lot of older run down units, but they are in the back. We will come again. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $24.00
Rate reflects one week at 30amp w/e (no sewer) site. Big park set in the trees but Very 'out of the way' - not for a one night stop over. Extremely unlevel sites throughout - needed 8" lift on one side. Utilities randomly spaced, will need extensions. Many antenna tv stations, free WiFi worked well, and some phone service. I used this as a base for Monticello and the Civil War battles toward Richmond. Probably Very popular with 'families' during season - pool, lake, mini-golf, lots of trees. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
Bring your patience to get in and out of sites and around campground. All on the Tight side.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $35.00
The staff were very accommodating. The first site they sent me to was supposed to be a pull-thru but at best could be described as a "pull-around". It was not straight and was both down hill in the front-to-back direction and the side-to-side direction. Would have been impossible to level my travel trailer. The only other one they made available to me was a back-in site described as being nice and level. Still had to use 2-inch boards under one side to rig to get almost level. Utility connections were so far apart as to make it necessary to use an 30-amp extension chord to be able to reach the electric and the water at the same time. Very little grass so it was very dusty. Cost $5 per day to have internet at your site. So if none of the above bothers you the great. They have a great pool and playground facilities for the kids including a huge (think the size of a large home pool) bouncy pillow. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed 12 nights. Passport America price. Big campground. Gravel interior roads and sites. I recommend to check their website on what you want and call for a reservation, rather than stopping in without one. We were in what they call a Super-site. Site was Gold 4. Site includes a straight pull-through, which was 80 ft long. 50 amp, water, sewer, satellite TV with a receiver and remote control and Wi-Fi. We were in the trees. Was an adventure getting into the site with our HDT and 5th wheel (60 ft. combo). Had to pull up the side of a graveled hill and turn sharply to get between a couple of trees to get into the site. Site unlevel side to side by 2 ¾ inches. The satellite TV usage was excellent. Wi-Fi worked excellent. Very quiet park except on one weekend when they have a loud band and events going on until 10:30/11 PM. Has recycling. There are campfire pits, but was to humid for us to have windows open during our stay, so no smoke smell invading our home. Has a hiking trail. Lots of things for kids to do (if you have any) pool, lake, etc. Getting out of the site and park, had to be watchful of trees on corners. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Ridiculously expensive for a park with dirt spaces that are not even close to level. Pus WiFi is NOT free and there is no cable TV. We would not stay here again under any circumstances. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $18.00
Made a reservation for a one night pull through w/ 38' RV. Arrived to find no one at office and a sign saying to use provided maps, find an empty spot, and check in come morning. Not a problem so far, but the map didn't show spots that I could pull my rig into and through. I walked around the area near the office and found none I could get into without a spotter (and I'm being charitable!). And, I was by myself. Campground looked well maintained and clean, but I couldn't find anywhere I could even back into alone. Nothing on the map indicating any new spots as previously reported. Ended up leaving and spending the night at a truck stop. At least I didn't run into any trees! We camped at Small Country Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $18.00
Price reflect a Passport America discount. Good thing too as it certainly was not worth $36 a night. Sites are narrow and downhill. After setting up, we walked around and discovered an entire section in the back of newer, larger, level sites. Cannot figure out why they were subjecting everyone coming in to the horrible sites up front. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $25.00
On the positive side, this campground was well maintained; had nice recreational facilities including a playground, pool, boat rentals, and a beach; offered well shaded, waterfront tent sites as well as a hiking trail around the lake and into the woods; and was relatively quiet at night. Negatives, though, included an indifferent appearing office staff (our check-in guy was clearly more interested in his personal telephone discussions than in dealing with customers); an abundance of unlevel sites; dusty, unpaved, and uhlighted internal roads; and irregularly cleaned rest rooms that were situated quite a distance from the tenting areas, i.e., farthest from those most likely to use them. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Tent.
This is a fun little campground. Near many Civil War battlefields. Cable only on supersites, plenty of channels with antenna. Wi-fi worked well. Staff was very pleasant. The only confusing part was the $8 fee for use of lake, trampolines, etc. Would loved to have seen the Blues Band that was playing, but felt price was over the top as we don't use the pool or Lake area and came back only for last set. Rate was Passport America. Will be staying here again. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects PA discount. The roadways through the campground are not marked in any fashion. Some places it was hard to determine if you were on a roadway or a camping site. Many of the sites were very unlevel. Our site was considered a premium site because it had satellite TV, but the view to one side was of their work/junk area. Had we been paying the full rate for a premium site, we would have been extremely upset. The bathrooms were nice, but a pretty far walk from our site. We stayed here for 11 nights. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Motorhome.
Pleasant campground. The area we stayed in had no shade, though many of the sites did. Not a lot of planned activities for kids, but a lot of things for them to do - bounce pillow, lake, pool, etc. Good Wi-Fi. Bathrooms were older, but clean. Our only real complaint was the "pull-thru" super site - there's a median down the middle rather a road, meaning you can't truly pull thru if you are the second unit in the "pair" of sites. It can also be hard to get your vehicle out after parking. We would camp here again, though maybe not in the super sites. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.