The park staff were friendly and helpful. The campground was tidy and well maintained with lot of well used amenities. The pool is enormous and obviously attracts lots of people since it has a large slide and swing dropping into the deep end. Definitely a kid friendly campground. The park seems to foster a lot of interaction between campers. The site we stayed in was B37 and was located in a the field area. Access for our tent trailer was easy and there were much larger RVers around us so I know that motorhomes and fifth wheelers were able to enter and exit. The field area did not have a tree anywhere for shade. We would have preferred a little shade but the temperatures were not unusually warm so it was still a pleasant stay. Other amenities to note. Fishing pond/lake, bike and walking trails, multiple playgrounds, tent sides on pond waterfront, arcade, church services and more. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Excellent family camping. The pool is a great benefit for kids with its diving boards, rope swing and water slide. It does get crowded during school breaks and weekends but they have camper only swims from 7 to 9pm on Fri and Sat. Every site has a fire ring and most sites are level. This is the second time we have returned here. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
When we arrived at around 6 PM and no one was in the office. Called the number and they said our name was on the site and I could pay the next day. Had made reservations, our site had been switched. On the third day I called the number again and had to set up a time to meet someone at the office to pay for my stay. In my opinion, this is no way to run a campground. The site we had was terrible to get into and then had to raise one side almost a foot to get it level. Other than that, it was an okay park. Nice little stream and they had bingo on Saturday nite. The pool was green. This is a good sam park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at Homeplace in July 2005. First of all, they gave our RESERVED sites away and in return gave us the worst sites that they had available. The previous campers had not taken their trash away and animals had scattered it all around the campsite and we had to clean it up before we could set up. They expected us to put four tents on two small sites. Although it was beyond their control, it rained the entire time that we were there, which resulted in a sea of mud because of the lack of grass and gravel. When we arrived, the bath house and showers were dirty and the same trash was there when we left three days later. We recently purchased a 29 ft. travel trailer and homeplace is definitely not on our list of places to stay, even thought it is only 30 minutes from home. We camped here in a Tent.
Homeplace is a nice campground. It has a large pool with a big slide, but it was closed
when we were there. They play bingo every Friday night. The campsites are very reasonable in price. There is a pond that it dammed up so you can go fishing and then there is a nice little stream running through the campground and some sites are backed right up to the stream. Overall, a nice campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground close to Mt. Airy (Mayberry), Pilot Mountain, etc. Very large campground with a really nice pool and pond. Pool has waterslides and rope swings. It's pretty far off the interstate and not on a really good road for a motorhome,
but it's doable. MANY seasonal campers. In fact, most of the campground is completely full of seasonal campers with built on decks, gazebos, etc. It's very clean and well run and they have a number of non-seasonal campsites for short stays. Gated access (with card). We camped here in a Motorhome.