It is very hard to rate this place. The physical facilities of the park are outstanding, but there is a complete lack of staff to assist or help - you are on your own. We never saw the owner until the second day we were here, and that was by accident. He is very friendly once corralled. There are many young workers here, but as someone else said, they are not seedy. The concept of an RV park on an actual historic site is really neat, but on the downside, it is quite a ways from shopping although close to quite a few plantations. The rec room/library is in what was apparently someone's house and is very nice, but I doubt it's used much. I am glad we came, but we see no reason to return.
A clean, attractive park with friendly owners. Gravel roads are rough and some sites, such as ours, will be difficult to leave with a big rig due to overhead tree branches, requiring us to back out of our site in order to avoid endangering our roof. The rules on the check-in sheet, among other things, ask that you not use the electric for your water heater, or washers and dryers, no clothesline, no a/c left on while gone and a seemingly strict check-out time. Excellent WiFi. This is a convenient base for drives along scenic Hwy. 7. We did not find the town of Harrison very exciting.
Adequate campground on small lake, decent gravel sites, rather close together in our section and we had full hook-ups 30/50 amp. When we checked in about 5:00 there was no park attendant but a note as to which site to take and payment was via an envelope. This is basically a fishing camp. Our AT&T air card did not work, nor did we have bars on our T-Mobile cellphone, but a block away we did. A good place to overnight on our way south and the price was right.
Basic no frills park, good for stopover while traveling through. Sites are crushed rock. Our site was uneven and all parking pads are narrow, with grass between sites. Fiendly owner. Park setting surrounded on 3 sides by his farm. Clean. Wi-Fi spotty. We would stay here again, convenient location.
Due to a rally during the week we wanted, we were put on an uneven grass site which we were told was the last pull-thru available. We didn't like the $215 weekly rate which did not include cable and sometimes "iffy" WiFi, but it is location, location, location. Fairly close to downtown Charleston and all the islands and next to a Publix grocery store and 3 miles from a Walmart.
Gravel/grass sites very large and level. WiFi was decent. Close to Savannah and the Savannah Wildlife Refuge. We paid $180 weekly rate. It was a good place for us as we do not use any park amenities, just want a comfortable place while sightseeing and this fit the bill. There is a restaurant close by, the Pink Pig, which had very good food and was very, very clean.
Stayed here two nights, a nice drive to Andersonville N.H.S. and Plains, GA. The office was closed when we checked in so we found a site near the office that was a fairly level pull thru. WiFi was excellent. Park is quiet and well kept.
Convenient, easy access,with all sites gravel pull through. Staff is very friendly. Passport America makes it a reasonable rate. WiFi decent, though I asked for a good WiFi site. The cable is very good. It appears this park honors discounts for most anything. A good overnight stay.
When rating this park, we have in mind the "snowbird section" and the friendliness and attentiveness of the assist manager, Ed. We stayed for a week and really liked our spacious back-in site and view from our back window and other friendly snowbirds. The WiFi was in and out. We think the staff is trying hard to make this a winter destination. The daily and weekly fees are too high, but the monthly rate of $425 +electric will no doubt bring us back in the fall.
Huge sites but on grass and dirt. It is not in a very convenient location. We stayed for a week through some nasty weather. When we asked the attendant at the office if there was a storm shelter, he told us in a colorful way that there were none. We attended two events at the clubhouse and except for two women and the lady at the check-in desk, we witnessed none of the friendliness we've heard so much about. Our sewer connection was at the very back of the rig and slightly uphill, making dumping difficult.
We are staying for a week. Nice and pretty level cement pads which should be wider and sites are very close. However, it is a clean and well maintained park with a very friendly owner. The office is only staffed morning and afternoon, but owner returns phone calls promptly. Wi-Fi is exceptional and cable only fair.
We like this park and paid the weekly rate of $90. We stayed here 2 years ago. There aren't any amenities such as WiFi or cable and there also doesn't seem to be many customers. It's a nice place to relax. Good cement pads. Rarely see the owner (or anyone) and there is an Honor System money box. About 20 miles from the Shiloh Battlefield and the town of Corinth is interesting.
We got one of the five pull-thru sites which was level. WiFi was good, but kept getting kicked off about every 30 minutes. Front entrance sure needs some work to fill up the potholes. Very close to the battlefield and the historic town. We would be happy to stay there again only if we could get one of those 5 sites.
Mostly seasonals, but good for an overnight if not crowded. We did not find staff over friendly. We followed Trailer Life's directions by going in Bus. 209, better to come in off regular 209. We were in one of the Sparrow sites and could barely pick up WiFi.
We did not like this campground. We agree with the previous reviewer who reported it was difficult to negotiate around the many trees. It is extremely hilly. We ended up with a site with no sewer or cable. The dump station is in a very inconvenient spot, blocking the entrance/exit and if you dump when going in, you are tilted. The WiFi worked well when it worked, but it did cut out here and there. The place is clean and very nice for small rigs and families and people who like lots of trees and don't want to see the sky.
As others have said, this is an extremely well-maintained park. We would have given it a 10, except we were in a VERY tight back-in with trees around, making it tough to maneuver our 35' 5th wheel. The most upsetting, was the $40 fee which at our site did NOT include sewer or cable. Not having sewer at a site for $40 is ridiculous. However, Kennebunkport is a beautiful area and apparently they can command the fee. We would have stayed longer than 2 nights if we had a sewer and a lower rent.
This is a small, quiet park in the foothills of the Alleghenies. We enjoyed the view of the small mountains surrounding us. Laundry room was very, very clean but only 3 washers/dryers. Good interior gravel roads and gravel sites with grass in between. The host was very friendly, even allowing me to pick a fresh tomato from the garden. The town of Cuba is quaint with a couple good restaurants and a great cheese shop. A nice stopover to rest for a few days.
The site we had way in the back was unlevel, soft and muddy. The road and pad area consisted of 2-3" rocks instead of fine gravel. Our site was difficult egress/ingress. Interior rock roads rattled our teeth. Large mud hole around dump site. We thought the price was ridiculous for what we got.
A nice quiet park. We had a pull thru which was fairly level. Not perfect, but not bad. We also thought the water pressure was so-so. The WiFi for me worked great. The potholes in the entrance/exit road were horrible. When we were here, the owner was only around part-time, very difficult to contact.