We stayed here for 2 months and were impressed with the owners and the well maintained park. The location is great for us being near family. We used the small lake for swimming and found it to be clean and spring-fed. All services worked fine even with many days in triple digits. The Internet connection was strong: no problems. The owner helped us back into our site which was tight to back our 38 foot rig into: had a deck on one side. The restrooms could use updating, but they were clean and functional. The owners kept a tight lid on speeding in the park or any hint of rowdy behavior so it was a great experience. We’ll be back again next summer.
All the good comments about this campground were true. We camped here in a 38' rig and had a nice pull-through site with room enough for truck and small car. Our satellite TV worked fine, but they offered hook-up to their system if necessary. The campground is wooded and the facilities appear to be rather new. Easy access to all the outdoor activities in the foothills that you could want plus close to Greenville for a larger city or to Brevard for a small artsy community. The family who owns the campground are awesome and made us feel right at home. If you need Internet then be sure to request a site near the office. The only reason we didn't give them a "10" was the lack of cell phone coverage and Internet access everywhere in the park. They have a new cell tower on property that will resolve all those issues as soon as phone company activates it. Will definitely come back.
The campground was exactly what we like in a good park. We camped here in a 38' 5th wheel and there was enough room for our truck and a small car that we had with us. The 50 amp service was clean and the water pressure was fine. The park is modest in size but has a lot of beautiful trees. We were able to get a satellite signal but would assume some of the sites would be a challenge. Laundry and restrooms were modern and ultra clean. The park is family run and they are very present throughout the day. Internet was pretty solid but seemed to have some problems when it rained. Not a lot for kids to do but great for adults who want good value for their camping dollar. Extremely quiet and just about 20 min from North Myrtle Beach. Country setting with all the paved roads in the area being lightly traveled which allowed for bicycling and walking. Owners take a lot of pride in their campground, Inn and Vineyard. We will be back for sure.
Can't add much more than what is here. This is one of the nicest parks we've stayed. There seemed to be a continual set of activity going on to mow, clean, and keep the park looking pretty. The campsite was a back-in and handled our 38' 5th wheel and truck plus a small car with no problem. The Wi-Fi was very solid the entire 12 days we were here. The rest of the park had so much to do and we were only 12 minutes to Folly Beach or about the same time to downtown Charleston. We do not own a dog but if you did this is the park. They have a separate beach just for your dogs including another area for the real small dogs. Easy to give this park a 5-star...and we will be back
Stayed here for 2 weeks in early January. The park had dirt roads that were very dusty but there were a lot of trees and vegetation to enjoy along with a few trails for walking. The 50 amp service was fine and the water pressure was good. No sewer connection but restrooms were clean even though they were a bit dated. Good access to the lake via canoe which gave us chance to see wildlife up close. Not much to do in park and some of the sites were pretty tight for the bigger rigs. With the amount of trees you had a sense of privacy. Major construction on the highway outside the park made it difficult to get around but that will eventually be completed. About an hour north from Orlando.
We started full-time RV living in 2011 and have stayed in some nice CG's. Everyplace we stayed at had something we liked and usually something we didn't care for. This campground was just right in every aspect. We had made a decision to come into this area for a month and looked at many campgrounds in the area but this one stood out for all the things we were looking for in a camping experience. First of all the owners are very involved with the campground. They had many pull-through sites and were willing to even trim a tree if we felt there was an issue. The utilities were flawless with good water pressure and clean electricity. We kept a meter plugged in the RV and it always showed good electricity. There were a lot of trees but we had no problem getting a satellite signal. They offered a cable connection but we did not use it. For us we need a solid Wi-Fi connection and their system never failed. We stayed connected the entire month and rarely did it slow down. The Verizon 3G signal is strong here too so our MiFi hotspot worked well when we used it. The campground is pet-friendly with a large exercise area. There is a pond for catch and release but we didn't use it. The park has a great location. We were only about 200 yards from the entrance to a lovely state park with a lot of trails and places to walk and ride your bicycle. The CG is located near the Kings Bay Naval base and they have nice golf course that the public can use at great rates. 30 minutes to Fernandina beach on Amelia Island and easy access to Jacksonville, Florida. Jekyll Island, Okefenokee and Savannah are all great day trips. The big surprise to us was the community activities that are encouraged. The owners sponsor a potluck carry-in meal on Sundays where they provide the main course. Plus they play cards at least 3 times a week with the campers. We needed a ladder and the owner had one for us to use. We mentioned that we could use a power saw for a little home improvement project and they gave us access to what we needed. Many of the campers come here for the winter and knew each other but never made us feel like outsiders. This is the first park we are going to be sad to leave. We will definitely stay here again when we are back in the area. The daily rate is based on our monthly rate and did not include our electric which is metered.
We stayed at this park for 2 months in the late fall. We had read on their web site about the many awards they had received so we didn't know what to expect but hoped it would be good. What we found was a very good CG. The camp roads and sites were graveled and level and the owners were constantly doing maintenance to make sure there were no potholes or any issues. The 50 amp service was flawless and the water pressure was excellent the entire stay. The staff was incredibly helpful and went out of their way to help with any question or situation. The Wi-Fi was fairly stable but when it rained there seemed to be problems. It would have been nice to have a stronger signal since we lost connection at least a couple times a day. Verizon 3G signal was also weak in the area so the MiFi hotspot did not work well here. The property was nice and clean with a large field and an area for group campfires. They had some nice frontage along the Little River but no real place for campers to do any extended walking. The small 2 lane road running alongside the campground had no shoulder and was a danger to walk on. However what really makes this campground a winner is the location. You are basically camping right next door to the Smoky Mountain National park and miles away from the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge traffic. You are also a very short drive from Maryville which has all the shopping you need. However by investing about 40 minutes and you can be in Knoxville with all the amenities. We would definitely stay here again.
My wife and I started our full-time RV life by coming to this campground. The owners were incredibly helpful and answered any question we asked. We had looked for a couple of months in the Indianapolis area for campgrounds in preparation for our first campground and this park is by far a jewel. The pull through site we used handled our 37' 5th wheel, our truck and a small personal car with no problem. The utilities were solid with no issues with water pressure or electricity. We needed Wi-Fi so that I could keep working and the signal was reliable but could have been stronger. Verizon 3G was available but fairly weak. There were times where everything got slow but we made it. The property is excellent with lots of room, good walking trails, fishing lake and absolutely no traffic noise. There was a nice playground for kids and a huge field for general use. As close to Indianapolis as this place is it was a deal. The owners have some great plans for improving their park and we plan on making this our home base when we come back each year.