Stayed here for about a week and the park was OK. Here's the good. Very large site not crowded what so ever. Pool was nice, Fishing at the pond was good. Rates were very reasonable. Here's the bad. It's about 15 miles or more to any of the Charleston attractions or area beaches, not the 2 miles that their website states. They have sulfur water, and it got pretty bad even with a water filter. On 2 different occasions there were girls sunbathing topless at the pool. I was glad my kids didn't see it. It rained several nights while we were there. In order for us to get out of our site the maintenance crew had to put down plywood runners so my truck would not sink into the mud under my RV. Sites are entirely grass, no rock or pavement what so ever. Wi-fi was kind of so-so. Management was kind of ho hum about all of it. Overall we just used this as a base of operations and place to sleep so it wasn't too bad. However, if I was going back to Charleston I would find somewhere else to stay.
Nice park with very friendly staff. The sites are level and large. Water front is a canal off of Lake Ponchatrain. Shuttle is nice but we chose to drive as shuttle times did not match our schedule. Short drive to French Quarter or the Super Dome: about 10-15 minutes. WiFi worked fine, pool was nice and the onsite bar and restaurant was a nice bonus. Only bad side: the access road is rough and is through an industrial area. We would stay here again.
To be fair, this park is very convenient to French quarter and looks very nice. We had reservations since December 2009. Upon calling to confirm reservation and arrival date, we were told park had been purchased in late May, early June by new owners and that NO reservations were carried over. This includes deposits. Were told that we would have to bring proof of payment, still pay full price and wait for the refund which they would have to confirm and then would send us. Additionally we were told that we would have to pay full amount prior to our arrival which does not match what they advertise on their website. Be careful here: too many changes for our comfort.
We stayed here for a quick over night and a visit to Montacello. But don't let the name fool ya...this campground is not in or for that matter near Charlottesville. It actually about a 10 mile drive one way to town. Also, there is no cell coverage on ATT or sprint. Other than that the staff were very friendly site was enormous and campground was very clean. We would probably overnight here but nothing long term.
It is a very nice campground and very convenient to Washington DC and area. We enjoyed our time here very much. The amp site was nice and all services worked well, pool was very nice as was the campground staff. We even had propane delivered to our site while we were in town what a great service. The only draw backs was laundry room was a bit dirty but very functional, and the price is the most we have ever paid for a site. We will definitely be back to this one if in the area.
The park was nice and right in the heart of Amish farmland and actually surrounded by a working farm. Sites are pretty narrow, wifi is poor at best. The cable consists of 10 channels. Other than those things, stay was nice, and the scenery was great. We would stay here again.
Nice park for shopping in Branson. Enjoyed lake side site for the weekend and fished several times while there. Was quiet park, facilities were nice and staff was very friendly. Only drawback were sites by lake are much like a big parking lot, with no shade what so ever, Bad for a summer trip. No pool availible and lake is much too cold to swim in. But, for November, was not a concern. Overall though, we enjoyed our time there very much and will definitely stay there again.
We stayed here for 5 days during the Dizzy Dean world series with a couple of other campers. Staff was friendly and helpful, sites were nice with gravel parking and narrow spaces, Pool and shower facilities were always clean and ready to go. We would definitely stay here again. Actually stayed here in July 2007 but that was note availible to select.
Super park and great sites, only problem is there are no full hook up sites available. Restrooms / showers are very good with several new ones in campground #3. Site by Roaring river are very nice but fill up quick. We look forward to camping here again and again.
We stayed here for a short weekend trip to Branson, Camp sites are EXTREMELY close. It reminded me of camping in a parking lot. All hookups worked well and the staff was friendly / helpful but sites were much to close for our liking
This was a very nice camp ground very convenient to all of the downtown and riverwalk activities. Staff if very friendly and helpful and park looks SUPER! Sites were average size and definitely not just a big parking lot. We would definitely stay here again without question.
This is a hidden jewel of a campground, we were here for 7 days and loved the place. Great views, friendly staff good amenities as long as you do not need cable TV. The only things which kept them from being a 10 was they needed to mow the grass, but in their defense, they were getting rain almost everyday while we were here. And the fee for Wi-Fi. Otherwise it was a super place to stay and we will be back.