Camped here for two weeks using my Thousand Trails zone membership. Well maintained campground. Lots of 50 amp sites available ( $3 per day charge for 50 amp service). Has a family pool, kiddie pool and an adults only pool plus a jacuzzi. Family activity center and an adults only center. No cable TV but we picked up about 20 on air channels. Wi-Fi for pay with daily through extended month rates. 2 week rate was $21. Our site was fairly level with a picnic table and fire ring. Has an outdoor movie theater, storage areas for utility trailers and dollies. Great playground for the kids, a grill for buying sandwiches, etc. Fishing pond with a sandy beach area. On Saturday a local vendor was set up selling fresh vegetables. Staff very friendly. Overall a great experience and we will definitely return.
Outstanding campground. Very clean, staff is very friendly and helpful. All the facilities are well maintained. Nicely stocked store (with reasonable prices) and a grill where you can get sandwiches, breakfast, etc. Small laundry room, but well maintained and looks like fairly new washers and dryers. Lots of activities for the kids, including several ponds for fishing. Propane pricing was comparable to what you would pay outside of a campground. My wife is currently staying here in our motorhome while on a travel nursing assignment and I've spent a couple of weekends here. One of the best RV parks we've seen yet.
Spent 3 nights here for my son-in-law's USMC homecoming from Afghanistan. Staff was friendly and helpful, campground clean and well maintained. For golfers there's a fairly nice driving range and also batting cages. Easy to maneuver the motor home through the campground. Site was fairly level, had to raise the front end up only about 2". Wi-Fi worked great (password needed). No problems with any utility connections. Grocery store (Food Lion) only a couple of miles away. Overall a nice stay and I'd definitely return again.
It was just a quick overnight stop, and we arrived well after closing. Check-in info hanging on bulletin board with our name. The campground host came out in a golf cart and led us directly to our site and was very nice. Level sites and, no problems with hook ups. The cable TV worked very well. We left the next morning so didn't get to use the parks amenities but would like to return sometime. There is food and shopping in a huge outlet mall close by.
I spent one night here on a last minute outing. Check-in was smooth and, staff was very friendly. It has a very small RV area and no children are allowed. I'm not sure I'd want to try anything any larger than 35 feet here. It is a pretty park, wish I'd have thought to have taken a picture of our RV on the bridge over the creek. The campground is on 181 before it really starts climbing into the mountains, so if you are looking for a good base camp while exploring the mountains this would be ideal. Our site was level, didn't have to do any leveling at all. There is lots to see and do in the surrounding area. Overall, a nice place to stay and I plan on going back next spring.