This was our first CG during our first time long term full-time RVing and we were very pleased. We hope that this would be an example of what we will be encountering on our journey. The owners are very nice people that did everything they could to make our stay comfortable. We had the unfortunate timing of hurricane Irene and ended up without electricity for 3 days. But it was all good. Great experience and we learned how to boon dock. The CG has narrow roads made of crushed stone and the location for RVers, nicknamed the airport, is an open space that is newly converted for RVing, with modern electric and water. The spaces were tight, when the park was full. Not much for shade as the trees are still young and not very tall. We stayed during both an empty park, with only a few guests, and a full one, during labor day weekend, which had a lot of activity going on. All in all, it is a clean CG, great people, clean showers, nice pool. The road getting to the CG is steep, as are the roads within the CG. We enjoyed our stay and would return. We recommend this CG. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here in March with our brand new travel trailer (we just picked it up) and it could not have been nicer. The people there were super friendly and let us pick any site that was available. We stayed in what appeared to be a newer gravel section that was really nice and clean. Sites are roomy and well marked. We had a guest visit and they were great. The staff helped us find local activities and was very helpful. Large playground facility that my 5 year old really enjoyed. I enjoyed that the seasonal sites were set apart from the nightly sites; it made it more camping and less summer home. The only thing missing was the sewer hook up, but that is not a deal breaker. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Just got back from Christmas Pines CampGround. This place is wonderful. We had such a great time here. The directions are good and the CG has a gate in front. They have three main sections for Weekenders. One section is for tents and is down and close to the pond. This is a real private and wooded area. Looks great. The second section is where we were and is a loop at the end. The sites are nice size and most are leveled nicely. They are wooded but it's easy for the big guys to back in. The CG is clean. They took the time to clean up all the leaves and cleaned out the fire rings. This past weekend we went they weren't busy so they told us which sites where free and we could pick which one we wanted and just let them know later. The third section is an open gravel field. Too open for me but some do like it that way. All sites have a gravel parking pad and the water and electric are in proper working order. The office, playground, bath house, game room, Pavilion are all nice and clean. The owners are real nice. I always saw the husband out working on something or cleaning something up. Only downside is no sewers, but the dump station is in an easy access location and I think they have honey wagon service. They had some craft actives for the kids and a Mother's day breakfast on Saturday which was free for Mom. Food was nice and cheap. They weren't making anything on it. To top things off the new Cabela's is only 10 minutes away. While the pool was closed it look like a nice setup. We would definitely go again. You can't beat the price of $22 a night for water and electric. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.