This is an old park. It has several permanent campers. The trees are over grown. There were trees that the leaves and limbs scraped the top and sides of our motor home. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park for overnight. No WIFI. Road construction till next summer at entrance so watch closely for sign. Gravel entrance to pull-thrus, paved entrance for back-ins. Owner and hosts very friendly. 3 1/2 pull thrus for big rigs, (1/2 too tight of a turn for our 40ft to turn into, other 3 OK, tight turn to exit from pull-through to leave campground. Stayed for a week would stay again if pull-through available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good overnight stop. Park needs a little TLC up keep, but not too bad. Road to campground is being rebuilt for the next year. The Campground is hard to find in the construction zone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
About 3 miles from I-85 on hwy 17. Have stayed there last 3 years for a week or more. Quiet park, clean, and well cared for. Mr. T [the owner] does a great job of usually putting on a nice feed on the weekends. If you are looking for peace and quiet or just a place off the road for the night, then stop in and say hello to Mr. T. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a "pull off the Interstate, eat, and sleep" type stop for us. The owner was very pleasant and made us feel welcome. The facilities are small but clean and neat. The spaces are larger than normal spots. There were a couple of longterm type RVs but their area was neat and clean as opposed to messy and unkept. It was quiet and we got a comfortable night sleep. There was a train track within 1/2 mile but we did not hear it even with the windows open during the night. Because this campground offers very few amenities like pools, lakes, nature trails, etc I am sure it was rated rather low in the books, but it was really much nicer and more pleasant than some of the "4 Ws" that we have stayed at. We would use it again in our travels. We camped here in a camper.