This is not the typical type of campground we would choose, but we wanted to go to the beach for spring break, and this place offers a heated indoor pool, so we gave it a try. The sites were about average size for an RV park, and they were very clean with many of them offering concrete pads. We were only 150' or so from the access to the ocean, so that was nice. The overall cleanliness of the park was excellent, there was plenty to do, and the golf car rental was very helpful, considering the weather was a little cooler and windier than had been predicted. We rented a car with a plastic enclosure to block the wind, and it made it much more fun to ride around enjoying all the houses and RVs. We would go back during the off season, but there would be too many people for us during the peak season. A very nice park, though.
I only gave this campground an 8 because the bath house doesn't have any shower curtains (no privacy), and there are no sites available with electric. That is a plus for some, I'm sure. Other than these couple of items, the campground is beautiful and there is lots of hiking to do. The sites are suited much more for tents, though there are some that work for pop-ups and smaller trailers/RVs. We will return, just not during summer months.
Moonshine Creek is a wonderful campground nestled in a valley at 3,200 feet elevation. It is sort of rustic, yet very clean. The bath house was spotless, and the stream that ran through the middle added a wonderful sound to sleeping at night. We will return.
We really enjoyed Walnut Hills. Our site was along a stream that feeds the lake. Ducks were around constantly, and since we didn't feed them, they were not an annoyance. Our site, site 7, was very shaded. There is a lot of grass on each site, which makes it feel more natural and cooler. The bath house was always clean, though the showers were a bit cramped, which is typical. There is a large playing field for the kids and kids at heart with a playground and volleyball net and area for throwing frisbees, playing football, etc. The staff was very nice, and they loaned our daughter a volleyball free of charge for the entire holiday weekend. The swimming pool was very nice and clean. The park was mostly quiet, which was a surprise considering we were there over Labor Day weekend. There was a haywagon ride for the kids each evening, a horseshoe tournament, and there was a concert one evening. There was plenty to do. We would stay there again. Our only real complaint, and it is a small one, is that the fire rings are pretty small. It was tough cooking hobos for 8 in the fire.
This is a wonderful campground. We loved the mountainous feel, the cleanliness, the friendliness of the staff, and the quietness of the place even on the 4th of July. We wish there was more to do around Fancy Gap, but that is not the campground's fault! We thoroughly enjoyed our 3-night stay there.
Holly Point is a wonderful, quiet, campground. We camped there Memorial Day weekend, and it was quiet at all times, even though the campground was full. The sites are large, and most are heavily wooded. There are water/electric sites, and then those without. Several sites are close to the lake with a small footpath to get to the water. The showers and bathroom areas were kept clean throughout the holiday weekend. We found it to be a wonderful, quiet, campground.
This KOA is perched just a few hundred yards off I-95, but you don't hear much traffic, only the faint, distant sound of trucks. We stayed in the back-in sites on the right side of the campground. They are out in the open, but are fairly spacious. They are very close to the pool (not open in November), the playground, the horseshoe pit, the office and camp store, and the showers and bathrooms. The showers and restrooms were very clean, though the shower stalls are quite small. The only thing we didn't like about the back-in sites is that they back up to a secondary rural road, and there was just enough traffic to be annoying. The campground was clean throughout, and there was plenty for our kids to do. The camp store was well stocked, they sell propane and there is a dump station. They have a large enclosed dog run, which is a real benefit to dog lovers. They have WiFi, but there is a $6 charge to access it. The signal was very strong at our site, but I did not pay the fee to access it.
We did not stay here, but I drove through scouting it out as a possible camping spot for my family, as we live fairly local. The sites are spacious, with more than half the sites offering W/E hookups. I walked through one bath house, and it was very clean with clean, hot showers. Several sites have a lake view, and a few have their own little path down to the lake. I saw park rangers patrolling the campground, so that is a plus. There is a boat ramp and a swim area, so water activities are plentiful. We will be staying there later this year.
The park and campground are beautiful. The nights are cool with a campground elevation of 4,500 feet. The sites are not the largest, but they are in a beautiful setting of hardwoods, perfect for the mountains. The bath houses were immaculate. The hiking trails are plentiful with some really nice scenery. There's an amphitheater with occasional music performances and other programs. There's a large play area for kids, complete with playground. We loved this campground and will return.
This is a wonderful state park campground. The rest rooms and showers were clean, and the sites were very large. My only complaint, and it is a small one, is that the sites with electric hookups (Loop B) are not shaded at all. Very open. But we enjoyed this campground, as well as the park, very much.