When we arrived at around 6 PM and no one was in the office. Called the number and they said our name was on the site and I could pay the next day. Had made reservations, our site had been switched. On the third day I called the number again and had to set up a time to meet someone at the office to pay for my stay. In my opinion, this is no way to run a campground. The site we had was terrible to get into and then had to raise one side almost a foot to get it level. Other than that, it was an okay park. Nice little stream and they had bingo on Saturday nite. The pool was green. This is a good sam park.
We camped here over Labor day. The lake is real nice. They do not take credit cards and don't have a phone hook-up to access the internet. The spaces are narrow, not for todays campers with slides. Our awning came to the edge of the electric and sewer hookup at the next site. If quiet is what you are after, then this is not the place for you. Golf carts run non stop playing loud music and most are driven by kids under 12 years old. Take a few advils and you might can survive it. There is no known restaurants close by, just mom & pop places. You have to go to Elizabethtown or Lumberton to eat. The lake is great and clean for a lake. Overall it was okay.
This campground is located on the Bogue Sound, intercoastal water way. It's big with gated security. There are a large number of permanent sites with nice looking homes. Swimming pool has a built in water slide that is really fun and the pool stays open until 8PM. Has a luandry room, camp store, game room, and snack bar. Only a few miles from Emerald Island. Very nice campground. Would stay here again.
This is a very nice and clean campground on Staunton River. Secured gate at nite. The largest swimming pool I have ever seen and very clean with life guards on duty. Also has a food bar to get a good lunch. Swimming is free to campers and they also have a day use for non campers. Park is big and has picnic areas and boating and fishing. Sites are clean and seperated by timbers in wooded area. Has water and electric hook-ups and a dump station. We will visit here again.
Goose point is a good little park with clean lake swimming and lots of boating. The 5 mile road getting to the park is hilly and winding. If you have anything over 30' be carfull driving through the park and there are also a limited number of spaces you could park. We have a 34' fifth wheel and have a hard time parking. The best sites for larger ones were #2, #18, and #27 I think. Security gate that's locked at night. You can make reservations on Reserve America which is nice. Overall a good campground. This is a family campground.
We camped here during the fourth of July. It's near the interstate and can be noisy at night, but nothing ear plugs will not cure. The pool was very nice, but they do allow day swimmers and it does get crowded during the day. The putt-putt was in need of repair badly. The lot is paved and has paved pull thru sites which is nice. The owners were very nice to us. Good place to stay while travaling through or to stay a few days. Rates were not to bad. They take Good Sam. Enjoyed it.
Rudd's Creek is a great campground. Lots of boating, fishing, and swimming. Secure gate at night. No sewer hookups, but they do have a dump station. Clarksville is about 5 miles away. Have a fun time here.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed at. Upkept and clean are not good enough words. Store was clean and organized, bathrooms and showers were very clean. They had 4 hottubs and nice size pool. Had lots of activities for the kids including mini golf, 2 playgrounds, vollyball, and pool. They have rabbits and ducks everywhere on the campground. Stauntan river runs along side and you can go fishing and tubing, and they have a pretty waterfall. We really enjoyed ourselfs here and will return in the future. We stayed during the free camp night.
Not much to do for the kids, but overall, a good campground. All gravel, large sites. Near the interstate and next to Lowes Motor Speedway and Tom Johnson's Camping Center. Had a great time at the spring fling.
This campground to okay to stay in for a few nights. This campground looks like it used to be a KOA. This campground is only a few miles from all stores and restaurants in Ashboro and not to far from the zoo. The modem hookup is used though the payphone. The game room is small and it seems to attract non camping kids in the evenings. The store is not open all the time, you have check with the owners house to get service. The owners seem friendly enough though. There is a nice big pond to go fihing with no license required. They had 3 pools, but now one is filled in with cement. The best thing about this campground is, they take Passport America. We stayed there for $11 a night.