The bathroom/shower is cleaner and in better repair this year than last. This is a great place after Labor Day when everyone has gone home and they are starting to close for the winter. This is a great deal particularly for us with an "old fogie" card and the 50% discount. 30 amp electric and a good shower is well worth $10 per night.
This is a former military campground located on Fort Pickett. It is now run by the county and is open to the public. Very friendly with a 30-day+ rate of $8 per day. Call 434 298-0366 for info and reservations.
Nice facilities but if you are not in the clique or a member of the family the owners are extremely rude and obnoxious. The owners enforce only the rules they want to and allow certain people to do almost anything. I felt like I was parked in a concentration camp. Almost got run over by the many dump trucks and graders speeding through the camping areas. Unfortunately I did not read the previous reviews before we were parked. At least we won't make this mistake again.
The Corps of Engineers sure knows how to build campgrounds and this one is exceptional even in their world. We are, however, convinced that they select their sites by following the Verizon guy around and when he asks, "Can you hear me now?" and there is no answer, they build a campground. Way back in the woods (6 miles) north of US 40 east of Uniontown it is quiet, peaceful, clean and close to a nice little town with most everything you might need. With the Golden Access Passport it is cheap enough even for a fulltimer on a budget. We will be back.
This place is run by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District. Friendly staff, educational programs, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, marina. On a major lake with playgrounds, a Boy Scout camping area, and a drive-thru convenience store just over a mile away. We thought the showers could have been in better repair and that ALL of the stalls should have been connected to hot water. With my federal "Golden Access Passport" this place was a real bargain at $9 per night. Water and other amenities are available for a fee and there is a common sewer dump. We'll go back.
Military FamCamp on NSA Northwest Annex only a mile or so north of North Carolina. Dump and water available in central location. Secluded area, secluded sites, little used. This is a winner for those who can take advantage of it. The weekly rate is one day free. Exceptional security services (hourly drive thrus). Only problem was the suggestion of what do do if confronted by a bear. Very friendly MWR staff and real nice Navy Exchange and gas station.
Nice, well maintained and even though it is small it doesn't feel cramped. We could not get the cable to work and could not find the modem connection. The restrooms and showers were excellent, well maintained and very clean.
Beautiful park with gigantic, clean lake, waaaaaaaay off the main roads. Unfortunately they sent my 35 foot motorhome into a loop with spaces for 20 foot campers and the only way I could get out was to sacrifice my awning to an overhanging tree. If you go here plan to spend too much money for no amenities. All of the workers were very friendly but had no clue as to what a motorhome needs or what their campsites offer. Also be aware that "Golden Access" discounts refers to the NEW YORK State Golden Access card, not the Federal Golden Access Card.
There are sites around the pond but they are all filled with "permanent" seasonals. Park is suffering from a lack of maintenance. Home to the New York Country Music Hall of Fame which is open daily. Live entertainment Saturdays and Sundays in season. Bingo on Monday. Friendly staff. Be aware that there is another Country Music park about a half mile west which is a real dump. Make sure you go to the right park. P.A. accepted.
Price is in Canadian money. Very friendly staff. Even friendlier neighbors. A good number of "permanent" seasonals but all in EXCELLENT shape. This is a beautiful, well maintained, inexpensive, friendly place. We were invited to participate in the pot luck and the 50-50. One word of advice--there are apparently no fat people in Canada or if they are, they do not shower. The shower stalls were mini-stalls. A minor problem for a super park.
This is a good park, well maintained but containing a lot of "permanent" seasonals. We would have rated it higher but when our friends came to visit us they were charged $3 each even though all we did was sit and talk. Our visitors were also INFORMED that they had to be out of the park by sunset even though their own rules said 10 p.m. The staff made them feel VERY unwelcome and made our visit less than it could have been. Seems the staff doesn't know their own rules as they charged us LESS than the P.A. price in our book. I was also worried that we had to drive our big rig across a very small concrete bridge that was already broken.
You have to pick your site carefully if you need it level but otherwise this is a great place to just kick back and relax. There is almost nothing to do after you have driven up to the overlook, but it is beautiful. The showers are super (the wife says a 9 on a scale of 1-5). Dump station and fresh water are at the entry/exit point. It is also on the honor system (take an envelope, fill it out and put your money in it and deposit it in the box). As a National Park it is half price for Golden Age and Golden Access card holders.
This is a diamond in the rough. The new owners bought it last year and have been hard at work making it a super park. The previous ower had turned it into a dump. The pool is community-sized, it is a short walk from the lake. The owners bend over backward to do whatever they can. When we were there they were hard at work installing a small store and the next project is a laundry facility. There is a community pavilion with a super fireplace. The showers are TO DIE FOR. The only down side is that there was NO cell service (although they do have a pay phone available). This is a PA park and at $8 it was a super deal. We recommend it highly and it will only get better.
This family have been running this campground for 14 years. No vehicle washing is allowed. Campfire rings are provided. The rec room has pool table and videogames. Small store has limited groceries, ice, souvenirs, snacks and a big grin and hearty laugh. There is also a cabin available. The community-size pool is large and is drained, painted and filled yearly. Good Sam. Passport America. AAA.