Nightly rate reflects Passport America. Driving directions on the web site are old and need updating. Was about 10 traffic lights, not 7, from I-80 on Rt 209. Winona Falls Rd from Rt 209 to campground is very winding and there are a lot of deer around, so go slow. Campground registration is open late on Fri and Sat, but Sun - Thurs they close at 5. Not very good hours, IMO. No assigned sites. You arrive, get a map of available sites at the registration desk, then pick a site and go back to finish registering. Desk clerk had no info on site lengths, so you just have to drive around to find one that fits. Back-ins and pull-throughs are available. Some are more level than others. Cable and Wi-Fi are pay-to-use for about $4 each per day. Wi-Fi can be signed up for online after you get settled on your site. Cable is purchased at a kiosk in the registration office, so if the office is closed you're out of luck until the next day. Using the washers and dryers is pricey. This place could use a nice fenced in doggie play area.
Road from Rt 66 to the campground is a bit winding and narrow 2-lane road. Campground has gravel driveways. Stayed in the lower loop. It is an open field with RV sites. Sites had deep gravel, were L-O-N-G and level pull-throughs. Upper sites looked to be back-ins and shorter. Fishing pond and swimming pool are up on the hill. Not really conducive to walking, but you could. There aren't a lot of RVing options in this area, so you take what you can get.
I stayed at the Mash Fork campground in the park. I recommend reservations in the summer. Quiet park. Store is open odd hrs. Wi-Fi is available for $2 a day. Signal strength varies depending on site location. 3 sites are full hookup (50 amp). Others are water/electric or electric only. Paved sites of various lengths and amounts of shade. Getting my 44' toyhauler into the park was no problem. No TV antenna reception and only 1 radio station. About 10 miles to shopping and restaurants in Princeton, WV. Hiking/biking trails are really jeep trails with only some parts well maintained. Trail ratings seem to be based on the steepness of some parts of the trails. Playground close by the campground. Fishing allowed with state license (available in the park). Stayed here 5 days and really enjoyed the motorcycling WV has to offer.
If you arrive on a weekend or after 5 during the week, just go to site #43 for help. Wonderfully LONG pull-through for my 44' toy hauler. Was able to drop the ramp/patio AND keep my long bed truck within the site boundary. Site was nice and level, too. Wi-Fi was unusable on the hill by the fishing pond. T-mobile hotspot service was poor. Don't know about other providers. Fishing pond was not open. Guess it has a leak in it. Water pressure is good. They have nice laundry facilities. Antenna pulled in a decent number of channels. Other campers were friendly. Lots of permanent residents. Nightly rate was with Good Sam discount for 3 days. Not too far from shopping. Lots of stuff to do in the area if you stay for more than a night. I would stay here again. Hopefully they expand the Wi-Fi coverage in the park.
Nightly rate is averaged to include first night Passport America rate. Some of the camp loop roads are in worse shape than others. Stayed in site 389, lakefront on "O" loop. Direct lake access and a view of Stone Mtn. Entrance to "O/P" loop road is STEEP. Exit from "O/P" loop road has a tight right turn with a tree on the passenger side and likely a rig on the driver's side. Go as wide as possible and hope you don't hit anything. Many sites are uneven with broken asphalt. Quiet park, good Wi-Fi, good antenna reception (some loops have cable and full hookups, some have only water/elctric). If you plan to hike to the top of Stone Mtn, drive yourself to the trailhead. The shuttle schedule is not conducive to hiking the trail.
Quiet park with friendly staff. Stayed here 4 nights. Only real noise was from a train that came by once in a while. Park had good wi-fi. Antenna pulled in only 3 TV channels (all PBS). W-E-S hookups were easy to connect. Walking/biking trail is just outside the park property. Several mountain bike trails are close to the cg. You can google the Suwanee Bicycle Assoc for details. Lots of seasonal rigs as well as mobile homes. Some are nice, others are junky. Typical Passport America park. Will probably look elsewhere next time, even at the cheap PA rate.
Stayed a week. Paid the "special show price" from the Tampa RV show. The Suwanee River was way high and flooded the lower part of the RV park. The upper park is an open field with no shade. Upper park is being expanded. Nice swimming pool, nice fenced dog play area, paved roads in the park. Food available on weekends. Some full timers. If you ride a motorcycle, the short dirt road to the park can be VERY slick after a rain storm.