1 Park near Winchester, Virginia
Oct 2015 - $52.00
We stayed at Candy Hill for a rally. Hurricane Joaquin weekend - it was wet! Not a single employee waved at us as they golf-carted by, as we waited for events, etc. We had a room reserved for meals. Cold wet older folks waited outside the door - the employee walked by us many times, avoided our eyes, had been asked to let us in, and didn't open the door one minute early. 30 amp sites were all we were offered, but we saw empty 50 amp sites. Wifi very in-and-out and slowed to a standstill if you used too much. $4 charge for anyone to stop by and visit. Everything has a fee attached. We had a concrete site only partially grassed and completely muddy. Trash dumpster a distance away. The road noise was very loud. The picnic table was old and I wouldn't sit on it, and it was situated behind a raw dirt area. Site not large enough to easily park our car on the site.
It would have taken very little for the staff to have made us feel welcome. They made money from our rally. Would a few minutes in an empty meeting room, in from the rain, have hurt them? - KnittyGrammy
Oct 2015 - $58.00
Well, what to say about this campground. It is really the only game in town and that means bad news for campers. They are some of the most unfriendly people I have ever met running the place. I will say they know how to park you but they do not have much in the way of people skills. If you come in to the park they chase you down to make sure you have your pass. It is silly but it is all about the money. It is 4 dollars a person and if you leave in an hour they will refund 3 of them to you. That is ok but still it is a pain to just drive in and pick up a friend for dinner. We were holding a rally there and it was raining and they would not open the door to the room even a min early. They said if we stay five mins of they will charge us 50 dollars. It is not a friendly place and I would recommend that you drive a bit further down I 81 and stop there. They have cable that works and they have internet but it is Tengointernet so it means you're always signing in and it is slow. They have well water too so the water pressure is just barely enough. They have lots of 30 amp sites that share a pole too so the hookups are on the wrong side of the unit. Thankfully they have the sewer on the proper side. The noise from 37 is as loud as staying in a rest area overnight. The sites are very tight and you have a few feet between sites. I think I have about 5 feet from my slide to my neighbors coach. - John S.
Sep 2015 - $40.00
We stayed here for a rally in September. The folks were very accommodating and took our group around on the trolley. The sites were a bit close together, but we made it work and our group really enjoyed our time there. All utilities worked as they should and the only downside I see is that it is quite expensive for the sites given and we picked up some stink bugs while we were there (no fault of the campground!).
This is about the only place in town and we would definitely stop there again if in the area. - buffy