Just returned from a Good Sam Chapter camp out at Lake Pines. We found the owner to be most accommodating and helpful. We were allowed free use of the Rally room (full kitchen) and had a nice fire every night in the fireplace. The train does go by a couple of times a day but not issue to me. There is a wedding chapel available and a barn available for large parties and such.
Park is beginning to run down. We had a good space with full hook ups but sites were poorly marked and covered with leaves. Management was very confused and had to go out and look around for a site to put us on even though the park was basically empty. Probably will not go back.
The park is a very comfortable place. The sites are tight and the place is not as appealing visually as the website, but we enjoyed our stay. I was in a 40 foot RV and could barely fit, but once parked I was fine. There are grills and a covered patio for campers use and the host was exceptionally helpful. We would return.
This is a nice park. The management does an excellent job of making you and/or your group feel welcome. There is a small meeting with full kitchen and a very nice covered pavilion. The only criticism would be the uncut grass. It is not weedy but the grass is shoe top high. There is significant road noise but it does die down at night. I had little trouble sleeping after a full day.
Nice park with good facilities and helpful management. Good clubhouse for use by clubs. Close to Columbus Ga. offering lots of interesting places to visit and good restaurants. There are several long term residents but they are off to one side and present no distraction. The occasional train did not bother us so I consider it a non factor.
Nice park and well run but the negative is that it is in the middle of no where. The on site restaurant is fine if you want basic country cooking. Current owners are working to add sites and improve park facilities. I did not care much for the on site computer based "slots" type game room (at least 20 computers) which encouraged non-campers to come on site. Again, a well run park but just in a lonesome location.
This park is still under construction. There is great potential but lots of work left to be done. Check in was confusing but not too time consuming. The negative on this park is the location. If you want a well equipped park this will be one some time in the future BUT if you want to be close to restaurants or any activities this is not the place. Some pull through sites are backwards as to the one way streets. You are going the wrong way on the street. All in all a good place to relax and maybe go fishing.
All the previous posts are correct. I camped in a 39 foot MH and had no problem. Luckily the mosquitoes have not been an issue. Sites are large enough to accommodate full slides and awnings. Excellent owners and very quiet and dark evenings. We loved it.
The section we stayed in, just had 50 amp service and Wi-Fi service added and there was some mud and standing water on a couple of sites. Aside from that, the sites were large level and somewhat shaded (tall pines). The only negative was that there were several (about 50% of sites) sites taken by long term campers, thus a lot of clutter around some sites but I must say they were neat and not trashy like some private campgrounds. I would definitely stay here again and bring my fishing gear. Also, the Alabama gives seniors a discount which is appreciated.
The park is beautiful and has great facilities. The staff is friendly and helpful but if you want to camp with friendly people take a friend. People spoke and waved but I did not feel welcome. I will camp here again but I will bring a friend.
This campground is relatively old but everything works well. There are a lot of snowbirds and everyone is friendly. My complaint is that the site assigned to me had a big hump in the concrete runner. Since I was in a 40 MH, I had no flexibilty in where to park (the site was barely long enough for me to fit) and my jacks fell right on the hump. The site next to me sat empty the time I was here but I was not allowed to move. I was offered other sites at a higher price but I could not move one site over. TACKY TACKY.
Camped here with my Good Sam Chapter and everyone enjoyed the stay. Sites were easy to access and the hookups were all good. The clubroom was available to the chapter at no charge and had all the needed appliances. Great restaurants available over the weekend. Our Chapter would recommend Harvest Moon to other chapters looking for a place to meet.
An excellent park. All sorts of activities:golf, tennis,swimming, horseback riding, horseshoes, planned activities and a great restaurant on site. It is a little out of town but there is little need to leave the park other than to sight see. There are cabins and Yurts available but we did not use them so I can only say they were well occupied so someone likes them. A great destination park. All the sites in the new section (84) have gas grills and many have outdoor sinks.
Well kept campground and friendly owners, but sites are very tight and some are not big rig friendly. Trains and traffic are present but did not bother us. Owners need to stop allowing campers to move without considering other campers coming in at a later time. I would camp here again.
In my opinion this is an excellent park. Family operated, clean, mostly concrete pads (about 8 left to complete-paying as they go). Wi-Fi great, good electricity and water pressure. This campground does not cater to kids (no playground or pool) but you can bring kids if you want just not much for them to do. I loved it and hope to go back soon.
The campground is only a year old so some items are yet to be built but the work done so far is very good. The location is a little remote but is within easy driving distance to Myrtle Beach. If you are looking for a restful location this is it. The owners frequently have local entertainment and there is a vineyard on site with daily tastings. Golf is close by for the golfers. I would have given this location a 10 if it were closer to a few more activities.
Over Priced !!! No cable, expensive WiFi, all gravel, standing water after rains, no security (I drove in three time before registering without any problem), about one third of campground is used by RV dealership for unit storage.. The campground had good shade and a lot of amenities but expensive. If it were not close to the Opry I would not consider staying there. The campground next door is somewhat better.
OK for a stop over which is what this park is about. Many sites are sloping such that a motorhome can not level. Travel Trailers and 5er's should have no problem. Very close to the interstate so if you are a light sleeper you may want to take a good shot of NyQel before going to bed.
Park was clean and the people were friendly. Enjoyable stay. One concern is the management is seldom on site and the park is open to anyone driving through 24 hours a day thus a security concern. Some sites require some creative backing to miss low places on the site. Also a few long term campers with clutter.
Plenty of shady spots and a nice creek flows along side the campground. The bath house has been rebuilt and is much improved over 2 years ago. Some sites could use more gravel but overall a good place to camp.