I stayed at the West campground which is atop Andrews Ridge. Rather steep, winding road up, but there were some mid-size travel trailers and smaller 5th wheels that made it. The bathrooms and showers were dated but clean. Water pressure isn't the best so I used my internal pump. Most of the larger sites are sloped somewhat. The sites on the outside of the ring are smaller but more level. These sites have a pretty steep drop at their rear. Being on top of the ridge provided solid 4G service on my Verizon smart phone and over the air TV wasn't bad either. The East camping loop has sites that are more level but there are high tension power lines running directly overhead.
Nice place to stay in the foothills of the Appalachians. The terrain make cell phone / Internet spotty / slow. My Verizon hot spot worked but others with different providers had no service. Antenna TV reception is nonexistent. Very nice hiking trails to Stone Mountain Falls and summit. Also an historic home-site from the 1800s. Pads are paved and level. Park was quiet during the 5 weekdays I was there but understand it can get crowded on the weekends and during the summer months.
Rate stated is for a weekly stay. The campground is right on I-95 and has railroad tracks nearby, but I found the noise level to be a minimal problem for me as the weather was cool and the windows were closed most of the time. Very quiet place otherwise, friendly owners, Wi-Fi worked great. Nice laundry and showers.
Nice place, well kept, pool, laundry, Sunday night pot lucks, propane service. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Easy access to freeway. I received a discounted rate as I was gone out of town for a week and left my rig there. Owner let me keep the power plugged in while I was gone. Will be returning in November of this year.