This little park off the beaten path truly has a grand view. The owners couldn't be more accommodating, kind, or caring. I hesitate reviewing only because I don't want to give away this private little place on the mountain. I'd like to keep it all to myself. Don't expect resort style amenities, but if you want peace, quiet, and a beautiful view to look at every day, this might be the place to run and hide. Gap Rd can be a bit difficult to maneuver, but to me, it's worth the two miles off the main road.
We went to visit and look this campground over, and the owner gave us a very detailed tour. Talk about friendly! We had driven to this park 5 or 6 years ago, only to drive away and put it on our "do not go here" list. We thought we'd check it out once again, and we were very pleasantly surprised! The park is clean, showers and bathrooms extra clean. The cabins are very well appointed. The activities list goes on and on, and they are very motorcycle friendly. Visit the site and have a look at the pictures. They're honest pictures that give a true reflection of the feel of the park. I would give them a much better score if they had more sewer sites than they do.
I cannot agree with the previous two reviews on this campground. We stayed here under the ROD program and paid the upcharge for 50 AMP service so the cost was just for that. This park had everything we wanted except Wi-Fi. Different things are important to different people. The sites are level, with 50AMP service, extra soft water, close to the Interstate, and not too far from other things to which you need access. There was someone mowing daily, so the park is well manicured. The staff was very friendly. Note that though it says here there is Wi-Fi, there is not. I didn't experience the laundry, but was told by another camper that it was a very nice laundry. I would definitely go here again.
What a gem of a park this turned out to be! Their WiFi is the fastest we've encountered. The owner is more than nice! If you are looking for planned activities, and an RV resort atmosphere, you won't get it here. But if you're looking for Golf, all the hookups for your RV, and a park owner that obviously doesn't believe in gouging people on his prices, as well as being wonderfully friendly, this is it. We stayed more than a month, hence the rate of $10.00. We will happily return here anytime we need to stay in the area again. The only reason I rate this park an 8 is because of lack of a bathhouse and the amenities one would normally expect in an RV Park.
This park is very clean, has easy on/off access (even for big rigs)from I-70, and the staff is very friendly. The wifi was not working, and the power plug socket was broken on our site. We discovered that problem after it was too late to get someone to fix it. The socket was broken and we had to keep getting up every few hours through the night to get it to make contact. My biggest problem with the park? It's too pricey for what you get. Rates of about $20.00 would be more appropriate.
This is a fairly nice park as Western USA parks go. We were here on monthly rate for 4 months, which explains the nightly rate. The park has relatively new owners that are trying to make things better. While we were here, a fenced dog park was installed. We weren't happy about the power rates, but that's out of the hands of the owners. Sites are fairly nice, and some have grassy areas. The side-by-side sites are very tight, but a few of the end sites have good sized grassy yards. I'd consider it probably the nicest park in the area. Everything is clean, maintained, and the WiFi is here but VERY slow. My PCMCIA Verizon connection was Broadband and about 10 times faster than the WiFi. If you want to connect to the WiFi, you'll need an external antenna, or to be closer to the office than the center located bath house.
We stayed here last fall for almost three months without incident. We returned to stay for 4 months on this visit. We were told that because we had a dog over 20 pounds, 1 month would be the limit for us. She is 30 pounds, 16 years old, and on her last legs. This is not a "large dog" as she was classified by this park. As stated previously, the sites are extremely close together. This is more of an overnight park than it is a destination park.
This is not a bad campground. It's just way out of line on pricing since you get zero amenities. I was given one price on the telephone, yet on arrival the price was increased and I was told that only an estimate is given on the phone and a "final price" is given when you arrive. I wasn't told that on the phone. Others who arrived and used the same services were charged $10.00 less than me. And, another in a year newer coach than mine were charged even more than I was. The owner has you between a rock and a hard place if you need to be in the area. He just doesn't seem to realize that a full campground at one rate would be a lot more profitable than an empty campground at an extreme rate. The sites are worth maybe $15.00 to $20.00 nightly, not the high rate I was charged.
The park is clean, clean, clean. the sites can be a bit tight on the side-by-side, but are more than ample in length, even if you're towing a trailer behind you. We were able to pick up an on again off again WiFi signal that was outstanding when you could get it. The cable TV is the clearest cable we've ever had in an RV park. The owners work really hard keeping things clean. We were there when the leaves were falling. They were out there every single week clearing the leaves off the blacktopped roads and the sites too. There is some construction going on while they're putting in some new sites, but it has no effect on the current campsites. Restaurants of almost any kind and shopping are within a mile. We really enjoyed the park except for one thing. There just wasn't a lot of grass available for our dog.
The park is clean, the WiFi is great. The sites are tiny. Overnight only sites are much larger than the monthly sites. We had to squeeze our 40' rig into our site. Our front yard is approximately 6-8 feet wide. The dead center of our awning area is the next site's water, sewer and electric hookup. The roads are very narrow. The staff is very friendly. There is no view. This appears to be an old KOA park. This is really not my idea of RV'ing. Give me a Thousand Trails Park any day!
We were scheduled in here for a month because of work and paid the monthly rate. Two days later, we were transferred out of the area. (over 300 miles away) When they say no refunds, they mean it! Our site was tiny, with less than 3 feet of yard. We could not open the awning, and there was a large propane tank by the front door that we nearly tripped over everytime we went out the door. The park itself is clean and the WiFi is great, but the sites are horrible and the cable TV higher channels are snowy. I don't know where the previous reviewer got the idea that they could just leave their trash. We were specifically told where the dumpsters were to place trash. I really don't ever want to go there again!
If you want seclusion, privacy, and quiet, this is the place for you. If you want amenities like a pool, bath house and activities, you don't want to be here. The park is small and close but not a bad park. Our site was nice with the patio side of the coach facing east under a canopy of pine trees. There is shade on most of the sites. In a month we have heard only 2 airplanes overhead. The owners are very nice, also very shy. There are some restaurants in town, 1 within a 2 minute walk. All in all, we would return again if we were in the area. The quiet and solitude can often be a wonderful thing.
Owner is very nice. Yes, there are trains during the night, but we love trains. We will return. We had a site on the small lake (pond) that faces the water from the patio area, and no other RV's, though you must be a Class C or A to get into it because you have to back out. There is also a Roller Rink($), 2 300' water slides($), and batting cages($) on site. Mostly under trees, the sites are plenty shady. A few are small but mostly they are decent sized, and fairly level. (We didn't have to use any blocks at all) Typical Georgia clay roads that are in good shape other than the entry. Their flyer does not say how many sites are here. The owner is working hard on the park, and took the time to use the tractor on our site to make sure it was plenty level, and spread hay over the clay areas, once we made our reservation.