We stayed one night enroute south to Florida. Across the street from a taunting coal power plant and we arrived after dark so it was off putting to see the lights. Nice folks run the place. It's a fisherman's paradise right on a Lake Sinclair. Lots of campers in late September tell me others like it here a lot. We did not use many of the facilities overnight. It's right on Highway 441 in a busy area but still has a rustic feeling.
Fabulous new campground in Passport America network just as you enter Florida off I-75 from the north in Jaspar. Great log cabin clubhouse, laundry, shallow swimming pool with nice new furniture around it, SPOTLESS and BRAND NEW UPSCALE bathrooms that are luxurious compared to any campground we have seen all summer long. Nice help and great attitude of the staff. We will bring our friends and family back here. Free DISH TV was a super bonus. No shade so don't come for a shady spot, please. Still a 10 in my book!!!!
As Passport America members, we stayed one night here in August enroute south. Nice front office check in staff. Very rustic setting, with narrow sites in the trees, not a place we would ever come back to. We just came for the half price rate. Lots of permanent looking rigs around. Bathrooms from outside look small and old. We did not use them. It is remote as others have said. We have a 31 footer. 12 miles to a restaurant in Staunton other than the German one near the truckstop. We cooked our own meal as a result.
This was our first night ever on the road in our RV! Park was easy in and out. It was a good one night price with Passport America. A very simple place. Was perfect for what we needed passing through for one night. I would not stay a long time in this park.
We stayed one night enroute north from Florida because the park accepts Passport America. The new young couple owners are super nice/ hard working and their parents were even helping out with every detail. Dad came out in a golf cart and showed my husband into the place as the road in was a bit confusing since the sign for the park was easy to miss. We will stop again on the return trip. My one complaint was that the crowd at the pool was a bit suspect looking and a previous review said they were allowing outsiders to buy pool passes. Maybe that's why. We went into Joanna for dinner and it is podunk! But if you want to see the country, this is all part of it. I hope this was helpful.
This is a sales center right near the interstae that we went to as Passport America members. It is hardly a campground! There are no bathrooms at all. It is basically a parking lot that they lock you into and give you a combination lock to get out of. No garbage cans anywhere to be found. Quite inadequate overall, but very convenient for an overnight stay. The help in the front office was very nice. Some questionable looking campers living here too. I would not go back unless I really needed highway convenience and were exhausted.
We came here for one night and the Passport America book implied it was right off the interstate but it was more like 14 miles into the countryside. We called for prices and were not told there is a $5.00 per person charge in addition to renting the site. So the price quote for just 2 of us was very misleading. Front desk staff were unfriendly and ill informed. They could not give us directions BACK to the interstate and in fact gave us bad advice. The families using the resort seemed happy and busy. Our RV site was adequate and bathrooms were super clean and brand new. That part was all good in fairness to the park. Lots to do with kids if that is what you are looking for. The pool is pretty old and needs to be cleaned up. This place reminded me of a Pocono manor resort for campers that needed a face lift in the clubhouse where all the action is centered. I was really turned off by the charge for just 2 campers above the campground price that the person on the phone did not share when we called for rates. We were offended by that and it colored my whole experience.
We stayed for 13 nights in our RV and enjoyed the natural beauty of the NJ forest immensely. I am originally a NJ girl now living in Florida and this setting is what everyone needs to be reminded of about NJ. There was a fabulous small friendly Italian restaurant nearby on the corner of Chandler Rd and Jackson Mills Rd called MONA LISA which even catered a party for me. We had dinner there on 3 occasions it was so good. The rangers at the park were storybook nice and I would give this park a 10 if it had full hookups since dump stations for a long stay are a bit of a drag. This one was easy, however. We stayed on the E Loop which is one of 2 outer loops and had a deer outside the camper one morning. The lake and playground facilities are ideal with all kinds of boats to rent and soft playground surfaces. Each site has a trash and recycling bin and these were impeccably clean and emptied often. I give this park an A plus for any state but especially for NJ, the Garden State. Come here if you want to be close to nature and in the forest. It is a quiet and serene place even when crowded. Weekdays in summer are wonderful!