Pros: close to downtown and felt safe, easy check-in, good Wi-Fi Cons: limited pull-thru and tight turns, gravel back-in sites available. Overhead lines could be a problem for some tall rigs. Some distant train noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a destination park. It is a level, clean, gravel lot in Charlotte, behind a car dealership and machine shop, and in front of a small mobile home park. There are no facilities. The manager was very nice in accommodating our after-hours arrival on a Saturday, telling us to pick a place to park and drop a check in the mail slot, since the office is closed Sunday. The wi-fi signal was strong and steady. There were only four other rigs in the lot, and only one was occupied. The park serves as a long term living area for people who work in Charlotte during the week and go home on weekends. For the convenience and for what it is, it was a great place to stop over while visiting the Charlotte area, and there are no other close options. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park has a great location, close to downtown. Easy to miss it though if you are driving down the road. Has a small sign and is located behind an automotive garage. The lady and husband management/owners were super nice and helpful. Came out to help me unload my motorcycle out of the back of my toyhauler. Hook ups were a little outdated, but functional. No cable TV at the time, but there were about 10 local stations. Wi-Fi worked well. There were a number of permanent residents living there and all that I met were nice. The biggest downside was the train whistles that blow all times of the night and the tracks were close by. This is not a resort, but it was good for the price and location in Charlotte. Would give a higher rating if it wasn’t for the trains at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good for over nite stay as said in previous reviews. Lady worker was very helpful, considerate, and cooperative. Although there is Wi-Fi, it doesn't always work. I think it depends on how many are using it. Hookups are not convenient, shared, outdated, had to use a 50 amp adapter for 30 amps. One water faucet for 2 campsites. Very crowded sites and hard to park. There are mostly permanent residents and condition of campers and mobile homes are not very good. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly, flexible staff. Closest campground to Downtown Charlotte. Very low cost. Very quiet considering the in-city location. No activities for kids. This campground is for the persons who want to do their own thing and not require the campground to supply entertainment. Ten-minute public bus trip to arenas and Panther's stadium. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I thought this park was perfect for our needs. There are permanent home sites on there but lots of transients for the Nascar Race and close to downtown. On a bus line so if you want to take public transit it's available. Very hard to find, it's behind the Phil Jackson Car Dealership (turn as you are going to the dealership, you will see a very small sign) Very nice people in the park. Although in the city, you can't feel the city feel inside the park. Hardly any locals know where the park is as it's hidden. My kids enjoyed riding bikes and chatting with the older residents. I will camp here again as the price is right and the owners are super nice and accommodating. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.