This is a destination park. Many sites, mostly in the shade. We asked fo 50 amp and got it. Staff was helpful. All sites are gravel/grass. A number of permanent park models, but these are mostly all in one area. The rest rooms were very clean as were the showers. We used Coast to Coast and would come here again if we were in the area.
This campground is nicely kept, sites are close together and gravel and stone. My gripe is with the price. I think that $44/night for a 30 amp, W & S site is excessive. The road in from the highway is tight but doable. The staff is pleasant. We'll probably stay here again as we have family in nearby Harrisonburg.
We agree with the previous reviewer: this park is ok for an overnight but in order to be on level site, you need to be on site #5 or 7. Most of the other sites are really unlevel. However, I thought there were fewer older rundown units in the park than in previous years. However, you can't beat the location right off the highway. Great for an overnight but as most KOA's, I think it is overpriced for what you get.
This is a great park, we used Coast to Coast and stayed a week. The drive in rate is $44/night. As others stated the pool is terrific, has a very nice mini golf and the grounds well kept. The weekend was busy with lots of families, but by Sunday nearly everyone was gone. Lots of places to walk the dog, our site had a lovely water view. I think there were more than 60 sites and quite a few cabins, some right on the lake. This was our first visit but we will most surely return.
This campground was recently acquired by KOA. Our site was a pull-in (two rigs/site) not leaving much room for the car. The laundry was spotless, the grounds neat and well cared for Sites are close together with many trees so satellite reception is spotty. The staff is very helpful and friendly. The campground is easy access from route 81. We would stay here again.
This is a mostly seasonal park with many old run-down units. The access roads within the park are in awful shape with potholes and overhanging branches. They need to do better with making people pick up after their dogs. Many remains lying about. You must travel through several residential neighborhoods before reaching park. The literature says it is big rig friendly, but we do not agree. We will not stay here again.
As previous people stated, this is an old campground filled with old campers rotting away campers. There are very few available transient sites and they are small and not level for the most part. The entrance is totally unsuitable for a MH and we tore off our rock guard entering the campground. The regular rate is $35, this is a passport America place and we paid $17.50. Not worth $10/night. We will not return.
We camped here using Coast to Coast. The access to the sites is VERY tight and big rigs might have difficulty. A number of trees could be removed to facilitate site access. The sites are big enough but space to turn and back in is problematic. The pull through sites are mostly unlevel with the exception of 2 or 3. The staff is friendly and helpful and the owners are working on improvements. There are a number of old run-down campers on the site. The road leading to the campground is full of potholes and is a rough ride.
We were here using our Coast to Coast membership. Our site was fine, a nice level cement pad and patio area. The campground was neat and picked up, they were raking leaves while we were there. The office staff was helpful and suggested things to do and places to go. The area is very busy with lots of traffic. Many things to do and see. This campground is not on the water - the beach is about 1 mile away.
We were part of a rally, the cement pads were all broken and uneven. The office placed the rally members all over the place with no regard to trying to keep us together. They were not helpful when we complained. We all have big motor homes and many members were placed on sites that were too small. There were lots of open sites available so there was no excuse for their placement of our members. The clubhouse was clean and available for our use.
This is an older park with a number of permanent/ seasonal residents. The roads are difficult to navigate with a big rig. And the road into the park is in tough shape although the big potholes that were here in the past have been filled in. We stayed here using C2C camping club. For the money its not bad, the grounds don't drain well during heavy rain. The staff is quite helpful. Our site was the one of the largest available, someone came over to assist us while backing in. Good thing too as I was directing driver onto an access roadway rather than the site! We stay here as we have family nearby.
The park was very neat, office staff friendly and very accommodating. We were escorted to our pull-thru site. The site we were on made egress difficult as we had to execute an extremely sharp right hand turn. In doing so our rig was scraped by some overhanging tree branches. Fortunately there was no damage. I know prices have risen everywhere, but I think this park is a tad over priced.
As stated by others, park is an old N.E. park, sites are close, lots of seasonals (some of which need major overhaul, some are well kept), beach is small, but tidy. We were put in a drive into site, not much room to maneuver. Store/office had little to sell, staff was pleasant. Cable was not at our site but the maintenance man ran a line from our site to his site so we had full cable. Above and beyond the call of duty.
Camped here with Coast to Coast - nice overnight spot, nothing fancy but great location, just off I-95. All sites are pull-throughs. Very little hwy noise, easy on and off. A few miles south for places to eat if you wish. They seem to take all the discount clubs, Passport America, RPI, C2C. The place is well kept and neat. Managers are pleasant and helpful.
Campground is situated on the top of a steep hill, access is difficult. There are insufficient toilets for the number of campsites, lots of showers. Overall impression of the place is shabby and in need of sprucing up. Low voltage on many sites and a few sites have sewer problems. Close proximity to NYC, tours offered by the campground are heavily promoted, but not available every day. Make reservations early. Many working people are here and on weekends trucks are parked all over. There is a large section of run down units the 'permanent' residents', many of their units are old and dilapidated. Most especially the old bus on the top level.
This is a campground with close proximity to Boston. There is a commuter train nearby for access to the city. The sites are relatively close together but the grounds are covered with wood chips and look nice. We did not use the pool, the rest rooms were clean and tidy. There are many 'seasonal' sites here and on the week-ends the place is busy. However, during the week everything quiets down. The location is right off the I-95 but there is no traffic noise.