We chose this site for its convenience for our day trip to Chattanooga. It's an OK place with a lot of trees for shade and the pull-through sites will take even a really long motorhome. Wi-fi was all right but nothing to brag on, like most parks but the owners were very nice and they seem to take good care of their place. All of the hookups worked well and our limited time on site did not allow a more detailed review. That and the horrible weather didn't help either. The price shown in the review was with a GS discount.
This is a gem of a campground. We made a long haul from Sweetwater, TN and were bushed when we got here. Like a prior review said, don't let the road/directions fool you. Once you cross over the levee and into the campground area you'll be pleasantly surprised. I isn't equipped with the playground type equipment but it didn't matter to us as our kids are grown and gone. It does have appeal what with the Mississippi River traffic and that varies from small boats to humongous tugs/barges to the Old Man River sternwheeler. Plus we had a special blessing of being able to see a full - moon on Friday, June 13, rising over the river. That really made a great end to a good day. You do have a choice of open - riverfront sites or shaded sites a bit farther back. We chose riverfront. The wifi isn't good this far out (Site 99) but the rest of the utilities are very good. Sites are quite level and have concrete pads. The roads are graveled and we saw a water truck go by to help keep the dust down. We'll definitely stop here on our return trip home.
I brought my RV for a working trip to Canton. Since it was very early in the season I was the only one in the campground. The site was a pull-through (50A/W/S) but no cable. There are enough local digital stations to meet most needs. The pull-through was long enough for my truck to park behind the RV and the site was graveled with a recently mowed yard. Very nice, extremely clean and very good roads. I like to walk and the extent of the campground allowed some good exercise. I would like to come back sometime later in the season when my wife and I can do some exploring around Amish country. The owners are super friendly and take pride in their facility. The campground honors GoodSam membership discounts but I'm not sure about any others at this time.
Made reservations in Dec. 2012 for June 15-22, 2013 and it was a very good vacation. The park was well maintained and well staffed for maintenance, custodial and the 'general store'. Yes the rate was high but we selected the super site that included everything but wifi (and I had my cell phone hot spot to take care of that). The staff kept everything trimmed, tested (the pools), picked up, etc. Their security even took care of a potential problem during our last evening in a professional and considerate manner. Our vacations are few and far between and with what I saw on this trip will certainly influence our choice the next time we come to this area.
We planned to visit the civil war museum and Appomattox Courthouse sites on our way to Virginia Beach and decided to try this location based on previous reviews. The sites are very open and level, and access into and out of the park was easy. There was quite a bit of road noise as VA Rt.24 was very close. This is not a monitored facility, so if you need help with your camp site you have to rely on cell phone contact. This also seems to be operated on the 'honor system' if you arrive after hours as far as payment is concerned. There are no facilities or recreational activities - it's a campground and nothing more. The owner only accepts cash or check - no credit cards are accepted. They do recognize Good Sam and other clubs so be sure to ask when you call for reservations. We will probably use this place again on our return trip home, and any other trip in this area.