Nightly fee based on a month's stay. The park is two parks in one. The lower park is level and close to all the planned events. It is easy in and out and has some large sites. Across the creek and up the hill is a different campground. The sites are not level. It is not fully paved, and the red clay and gravel roads are rutted and in poor condition. There is nothing level about the back woods campground. The sites are in need of grading and leveling. Some sites have decks that were installed by seasonals who had stayed in them previously. If you don't have a deck, you will be rolling down hill in your lawn chair. All the metal framed picnic tables are bent sideways from being on the slopes. Google earth does not show you the 150' elevation change from the lower park. The swimming pool was unacceptable. It was cloudy and needed to be shocked and properly treated. There was a big chart on the wall (visible to guests) showing it had been tested for chlorine, but that means nothing when it comes to real sanitation and safe clear water. You would not be able to see a child on the bottom due to the heavy cloud. We stayed on the upper park. Many people seemed to have issues with their sites upon arrival. We saw many making phone calls and then moving to other sites or back to the lower park. We felt very lucky to have a site with a deck, but our site did not readily support our 40' coach. Our landing gear had to be reset a few times the first week. If you camp on top of the hill, you will need a rake, blocks, and chocks. Services need to be checked by the park periodically. Our service was browning out. We complained, and it was confirmed, but it never got fixed.
The owners went out of their way to be friendly and helpful. More then half of the sites are seasonal campers. The campground was very quiet even though it was 4th of July weekend. The roads are dirt/gravel but are kept pretty smooth. We stayed here in a coach with a towed. Our site was pretty level side to side and front to back. We hitched the towed after pulling out of the site due to the steepness of the drive coming out of the site back onto the camp road. the back bumper of the bus was about 6' above the ground while making this manuver from the site we were in. the water quality was good but the pressure was a bit low. We boosted it with filling our tank and keeping our water pump on. The bathrooms were sufficient and showers were coin operated. I did not use them, but did look in there just to check it out. The smell of the farm up the hill did not bother me. I love farm animals. The smell of a farm on a dewey morning is expected at 'Country Hills CG'.
We stayed a month and the cost was $650 + elec. The park is kept super clean and well managed. We were parked on sandy soil. Ant homes were everywhere but we did not get an infestation, though we did see some strays in the coach. The bathrooms were spotless and featured touchless fixtures. The electric service at our site was faultless. We had no incidence of low or high voltage during our stay. The owners are retired military and nothing is left un-done. We even saw park staff cleaning the picknic tables and the site # post. We would prefer lawn mowers to be operated at lower rpms around RVs. A great place to stay.