This campground is a great stop over point along I-85 at Commerce. We were traveling on a holiday weekend and were able to stay with no reservations at a very reasonable rate. The campground is 2 miles from the highway and the access road is also an easy drive. Commerce offers gas, restaurants, stores, and entertainment. Very few of the sites are shaded, but the sites are level and can accommodate big rig RVs with tow vehicles. The pool was closed during our stay, but there is a large covered pavillion next to a playgroud and open grassy field. We enjoyed the peacefulness of our stay: no highway noise and a quiet campground. This campground is a great stopover point if you are headed to Orlando or if you are headed to the North Carolina mountains. We will use this campground as a stopover point again.
We arrived to this campground in our motorhome pulling a car/dolly. We planned our vacation months in advance and traveled two full days to reach this campground, so we were quite disappointed with several things immediately. When we arrived, we had no assistance with someone leading us to the site. We disconnected the car from the dolly and made our way down a very precarious, narrow, rutted gravel drive to the site. The road had such a deep rut to the site that I retruned to the office to request a different site. I was told that a neighboring flat site was already reserved. Reluctantly, we entered that site, listening to the motorhome groan as the frame twisted. Try as we might, we could not achieve level without lifting wheels off the ground. The septic hose required the use of an extension hose and actully lead uphill! We couldn't put out the awning because of untrimmed trees. Several neighboring Big Rig RVers expressed their dissatisfaction with their sites. We planned to stay for a week, but departed after three days. Oh, those flat reserved sites? They remained unoccupied. Caution to large motorhomes or large trailers--this may not be your best choice.