Decent campground . Sites are close together and the area we were in (low 700's) the sites were out of level . Tried 3 sites and a front wheel was always off the ground . Nice off leash doggy park !! HD cable is needed ! Wifi worked great .
This is a good campground . Site was spacious and clean. Voltage on the 30 amp circuit was 119.5 . Right on the money for this cool fall day. Water pressure could be a bit higher . Definitely a family campground , many children having fun . The major downside was the golfcarts . Seasonals are allowed to use them yielding a constant flow of golf cart traffic . Many golfcarters ignore the 5MPH speed limit. We will be back .
This is a decent campground . Pull through sites are of acceptable size . Gravel roads make the cg dusty. Electrical voltage is at the bottom of what's acceptable (50amp). The river access to the Schroon river is a great feature . Lake George is a pristine lake . We will return
Four Paws continues to be a great quiet campground .Our dogs and ourselves can't get enough of the activities . At the end of each day , our doggies are wiped out from all they do . Humans can participate in weekend activities ( Looking forward to Marguitaville weekend ) . Plenty of sightseeing to do . Highly recommended
This could be a very nice campground except for its poor interior roads and even worse electrification . The voltage available on the 30 amp sites was between 100 and 105 . Not high enough to run appliances without slowly damaging them . The interior roads were narrow and dusty and the banked curve before the dump station banks much to steeply. The infrastructure of this campground needs work before we will return .
A very quiet family campground . The campground is off a beautiful country road and the camp sites are one mile into the woods from the office ! The owners and staff are very pleasant and helpful . The owners are pet owners and we found the campground pet friendly. We stayed in the pull through section.The park offers plenty of manuevering room There was sufficent space between sites . The park is mostly seasonals and they are kept up . Our site (PT5) didnt allow a satellite lock on and cable or WiFi wasnt currently available. Oh well, we survived . The park is near Hampton Beach and other attractions .The campground also has a very old sawmill across from the office . There is some late 1700s technology still in operation from time to time . I found it very interesting and would like to see it in action This was our first visit and we will return .
While entering the park in the registration line there are several new growth thin branches that must be trimmed. We camped in the "P " sites, while swinging wide to pull into these we had another encounter with new growth thin branches . It a hassle, I don't want to scratch the full body paint . Our site lacked a picnic table . It took 24 hrs - 3 attempts to get one because the employee was looking at the wrong site (the one next to ours ) where he saw a table . "P" sites are double pulls throughs with very little room in-between sites . Voltage on a hot day was at the low end of what's safe . Our stay at the resort was very nice, there is lots to do and one can walk great distances and stay within the resorts confines . Nightly entertainment was fun ! The 200 new sites being built look very interesting and roomy . We will camp here again .
Good campground for a home base to the Amish Farmlands Area. The pull-through sites in the new section are fine, back in look good too. Good amount of space between rigs. The campground was quiet. Our site was near Amish Farmland and the scenery was nice and the cows on the other side of the fence were very interested in the humans. Except the bull--he was concerned about campers on the other side of the fence LOL. There are some small sites that are backed against a junk yard . So, if you're not interested at looking at "Old Iron" state that you don't want one. Access to sites was easy and tree branches are cut back . We will return but I can see that this campground is probably very busy in the summer months!
Nice campground with new owners. Great home base for leaf peeping. Sugar River runs along the campground and offers a nice place to relax. Downside? Interior roads desperately need maintenance and wifi coverage is very limited. We will return.
After carefully making a reservation that was "big rig friendly" the site we were placed at had tree branches at the 10 foot level, we are 12'6" . The manager was called ( after hours check in ) and quickly responded to our dilemma and we ended up with a site sans tree branches . We needed to police the new site due to the incredible amount of cigarette butts and spent plastic six shot speedloaders from a kids cap gun - not dog friendly items Please be aware while maneuvering thru the campground there are many branches that will drag the roof especially on Tavares Rd . Cars seem to move through the campground at a speed to far above the 10MPH limit. The campground seems to be turning into park model sites at an accelerated rate compared with the previous owners . The staff now sells park models at the campground . This is a very nice campground ( needing minor maintenance ) and it would be sad to see MotorHomes excluded .
Could be the perfect campground ! Best we have been to. Sites are very large. The park is maintained to perfection. The amount of open space is amazing. What a relaxing atmosphere. Wetlands have been recreated within the park, mosquitos were not a problem. We will be back again and again. Campground owners need to tour this facility and see how effective open space designing can be.
We just returned from a 2-week stay at Four Paws Kingdom in Rutherfordton NC. This is a top-notch facility for those who travel with their dogs. Meik and Birgit (the owners) will treat you as family and offer hospitality like one has never experienced. The campground has several off leash areas for your pups including: large dog park, small dog park, swimming pond, competition agility course, agility fun area and Rally O. A nice hiking trail will really work off yours and your dog’s energy. The pristine bathhouse facility includes a bathing facility for your dogs! Our last weekend was the Margarita Island Fest that included a wonderful dinner and party. Off campground there is a ton of stuff to do. We spent most of our exploring time on the Blue Ridge Parkway!
The entrance road to the park and roads leading to the motor home area have many low branches that scrape the top and side of the motor home. The interior roads to the motor home area have many deep ruts and potholes. The site was large enough but the grass needed to be cut. A nearby stockade fence blocking view, and dump area was collapsing. The sites needed heavy shimming to level as the jacks didn't have the reach. We had 30 Amp service available to us and the voltage was near the low end but didn't trip the surge protector. The electrical receptacle was well worn and didn't grasp the plug's lugs firmly. A two dollar fee to use the A/C was required . The staff was very helpful and friendly. They answered all questions and were very accommodating. There were plenty of events for the children and the pool was well maintained . There are wonderful hiking trails up the mountain including a pond about two thirds the way up . Simple repairs and maintenance would make this campground a nice place to return to .
This RV park is new. Big rigs will not have any problem with access. The park is arranged in a single cluster of sites. The sites are two rows of pull thrus and perimeter sites. Sites have adequate spacing and has access to a nice nature trail along a brook. This park was quiet even during Laconia Bike Week. We would suggest a sign before the entrance to help prevent driving by the opening. We have found a nice home base for area attractions. We will return.