Very nice park. Small intimate park for a KOA (that means fewer sites). Nice country wooded setting, friendly check-in staff. Bathroom was clean but could use some updating although not a major drawback. A neighbor camper was very helpful when we needed assistance with dead toad battery and disconnecting tow bar. We would seek this park out when in the area again.
Sites do not have gravel as previous review(s) have stated we found dirt that was more like mud. Would recommend that they put down gravel to keep the mud to a minimum. Wi-Fi was non existent at our site. As for cable they should not even mention that they have it. When we arrived the cable hook-up was laying in the dirt, after we wiped it off we connected to find no reception at all. We called the office and reported it and they sent someone out to fix it. They were quick to send repair our way, but after about an hour of the grainiest reception we have ever experienced , it went out again. Unless we see numerous reviews giving this park high marks, we won't be coming back.
This park is quiet. It has adequate walking places for dogs and it has good space between sites. While the bathrooms were quite adequate and very clean, they could use some updating. Office staff were friendly and efficient. We would stay here again, when in the area. Most RVs here were upper end class A's. We were in a class B.
Check in/office staff were helpful and friendly. WiFi spotty and went in and out. Most if not all sites were pull through and grass , some had cement pads for picnic tables. Our utilities were adequate and functioning. Main complaint was that many of the non English speaking (primarily Russian and Spanish) fellow campers walked right through the center of our campsite. Our tow car was parked directly in front of our rig and they walked in between them passing by our picnic table. No consideration whatsoever! Maybe a cultural thing but it felt invasive. No sense of boundaries whatsoever. Like having neighbors back home cutting through your back yard!! First time I have encountered such a thing and by multiple groups.
Stayed here in December 2011and May 2012 heading PA-FL and back again. Found this park to be a good first night and last night on the road overnight spot as it is about 2-1/2 hrs from home. Clean park, nice shaded rural setting. Nice clean dog walking area. Not far off I-81. Wi-Fi was spotty, but other than that a good place.
Loved the easy location to Charleston. There are several decent restaurants close by. Whole Foods and Trader Joes were nearby. The lake setting was very peaceful. Our only complaints were that the showers were small and cramped. The folding table in the laundry room was dusty. Would recommend this park to anyone exploring this area. All utilities worked well. WiiFi was a bit weak where we were between the office and the lake.
Stayed in Pine Grove Section. The park was very clean. Restrooms were spacious and clean. Nice area for a bike ride and good for dog walking around the camping area. There are things to do within the Park, such as boating and hiking, but we did not partake of these. The campground seems new and well cared for. Good layout and spacious sites.
Sites are on top of each other. Looks like many are long term renters. In the bathroom 1 out of 3 toilets worked, and 2 out of 3 showers. WiFi didn't work, and there is no cable although one of the two rvparkreviews listings Cable was checked as though they provided it. I went by previous reviews posted by recent visitors...not sure what it was they liked that gave it the good rating! The only thing I liked was it's close proximity to I-95 and it has an adequate laundry facility and shaded spot (although I didn't want to sit out in the 6' area between my rig and the one next door)