This is an open area parking. Since it was off season only a few campers were here so it was pretty quiet. Extensive beach for walking, fishing, and small boating could be seen. We had cold evenings, nice sunsets and sunrises. There are no amenities so it's dry camping. Good restaurants nearby. We stayed 3 days.
This is a county campground and could use a face lift. But it was nice enough for us to stay more days. It's an especially nice place if you enjoy fishing. We don't fish but did appreciate the many types of birds. The National Pelican Refuge is nearby. We camped near water and the only disappointment was the unusual swarm of insects one day: fruit fly like. People who have been here for years had never seen this before, just our luck! There isn't much to do in the campground and we needed to travel some to get to a restaurant for a dinner one night. We stayed over a weekend and found it to be a quiet site.
What a gem! We found this without looking really. We were here at the end of December, and it was quiet. Very spacious grounds, walking trails. Bathrooms could use an upgrade but they were clean and the shower had hot water. We were impressed at how well kept the place was. We stayed an extra day because we like it a lot. People were helpful, although the WiFi was only near the registration house. Wouldn't mind returning.
Stayed one night, $8 with Senior Pass. Very nice campground, good hosts. This is not a well known campground. Right near highway. Hiking trails which are kept up. No amenities. Helicopters stopped around 7:30. Bathrooms were heated (no showers), hot water. But, as others have indicated, they are in need of an upgrade. Water available. We will probably stay here on our way back to MA because it's really like camping without the frills.
Stayed one night here. Paid $25 cash, they honored a Good Sams card. It's a slow time and there were sites near the small lake. Owner was helpful and seems to be trying to improve conditions noted in previous reviews. There aren't many amenities but if camping is all you want this is pretty good. I'd return for more days.
As others have noted, this campground is predominantly comprised of senior, mature campers. And being ones ourselves we felt fairly at home! With that caveat though, there's not much to actually do once you're here, unless you have mobility beyond the camper. There is a lake about a mile away for kayaking or canoeing but not for swimming. It's a quiet place (almost peaceful), the sites are level, the grounds clean and well-groomed and new restrooms and showers are almost finished. If you like time to yourself to read, perhaps take a little walk or stroll now and then, then this could be a great destination. We're still in the beginnings of our RV travels (this place was near an extended family gathering) and are sensing that we're not quite ready for RV Park life, but it's a nice environment to come to once in a while. Thus, our lower rating says as much about where we are in our campground searches, not to cast aspersions.
This is a private campground that we thought we'd try. Sites are pretty close together; wooded/shaded and roomy enough but closer than we would have preferred. It seems like most of the campers are seasonal or year round. The roads are sand and gravel. Cable dost an extra $5 per day. Karaoke is offered on weekends. Restrooms and showers are clean. The downside for us was that there was not much to do. We were here during a few rainy days. There's a small beach on the lake, fishing is possible and they have boat rentals. No trails for walking. So this is more of a destination place for some quiet time and it is successful at that. The new owners are helpful, pleasant and keep up a good campground.
Just a couple of miles off the Mass Pike (Interstate 90) this state park offers a quiet setting on Walker Pond. The wooded surroundings give way to a number of hiking trails. The place is well kept up, restrooms clean, paved and gravel roads for easy access, friendly staff. The grounds are well taken care of. Will return!
The campground was crowded, but it didn't feel like it. We camped over part of Memorial Day. Because of the holiday we weren't able to get it for the whole weekend - only Sunday and Monday nights. However, as most people left on Monday we were able to move to a location with a view of the lake. There are no hookups, only dry camping. They do have an $8 handling fee. The setting is peaceful and the sites are spacious. There is some noise from traffic, but it's not overwhelming.
We paid an extra $10 for full hookup but really didn't need to. This campground was quiet and each site was large. There are wide range of choices for sites from tenting to full hookups. Lately we've enjoyed having some extras like Wi-Fi and a camp store, neither of which are here. Our site abutted a road with a dry swamp in between so traffic noise interrupted the peaceful nature of the place. Not far from beaches and clam digging.
This is a quiet spot on a pond, lots of tent site but only a few camper sites with electricity. Water is a available from various locations. Had this been an evening with a clear sky this would have been a beautiful place to stargaze. No one was at the registration cabin, nor we're either of the 2 campground hosts to help us register so we just did self-registering. There are hiking trails, one around the pond (which is a 3-4 hr. hike). Bathrooms were clean and there were showers. It was more expensive for what was offered unless you wanted less to begin with.
Just off the highway and one can hear the traffic. We pulled in around 3 PM and got one of the few remaining sites. It was in their overflow and only had electric and water but they do have a dump station. Wi-Fi was weak and non-existent in the overflow area. The host was very nice and welcoming, the bathrooms clean, although there was only one for the whole campground. LP gas was available, as was over the air TV and fishing (catch and release). The noise and the closeness of other campers brought our rating down but it's not a bad place to stay if you're passing through.
Hunting Island State Park, SC A beautiful, tree filled campground! It sits on an island above Hilton Head and the sites themselves are of various sizes. We were able to get one fairly close to the ocean/beach. We arrived around 4 in the afternoon and were able to get a place for one night (we had heard that they required a 2 night minimum and they do during high demand). We called ahead and were told that there were 1 night stays available but I'd suggest calling ahead to be sure. Seeing the sunrise on the beach was priceless!
Another great state park! Quiet. Nestled among Georgia pines the park is spacious and very accommodating to our 25' motorhome. Trails (and wifi at the registration station) are easy to walk and nearby.