Rate is Passport America. Sites are indeed very short for big rigs and all sites are very close together. My RV is only 23 feet so that was not a problem. But, we were disappointed that in the 4 days we were there the bathrooms were not cleaned even once. The owners are very friendly and seem to know a few of the other campers very well, I assume they are long term, the owners spend a lot of time sitting and conversing and not much time maintaining. There are many others parks very close by that might be worth trying.
Friendly hosts. Old bathrooms in poor condition and needed cleaning. Cable TV is $2, also 2$ for Wi-Fi which has a strong signal. Mostly permanent residents as well as some snowbirds. right off US19/98 in Chiefland and is sufficient for an overnight stop.
Cable TV is upgraded to major service and WiFi is 5 bar strong. Owners live on site and are friendly and helpful. Close to major grocery and other shopping. The reason this park did not receive a 10 was the bathrooms were not cleaned the 6 days we were here. This was not a problem as there were few people using them, however when the camp is full, that could be problematic.
Previous post praising this park are accurate, but I must caution that the WiFi that is advertised as available, is limited. It is slow and sometimes not available. The monthly limit on time allowed by the server apparently ran out on the second day of our stay. It did not come back during the next two days. There is a McDonalds in Scotsboro that has WiFi with no purchase required.
Although the former comments about the park are accurate, some need clarification. There are some sites big enough for large motorhomes, but many of the sites are quite small and quite close together. As for a quiet campground. Maybe it had been, but the current hosts, 2 different ones in motorhomes, have dogs that bark constantly. The hosts just ignore them and the barking continues, quiet? I think not. The Wi-Fi is present but does not work. A repairman was sent out, but the problem continued. We have visited several times in the past, and this has been the only negative experience, perhaps new hosts will be present next year or the present ones will learn to be considerate of others.
Park is clean and well maintained. Grass is mowed and someone seems to be constantly improving things. Sites are not on top of each other and are level. Major cable TV service and good WiFi. The WiFi became weak while we were here and the next day they had a repairman checking the system. $15 fee was Passport America rate. The only down side was the interstate, and even that was far enough away to not be a bother.
The fee we paid was a Passport America rate. EXPECT quiet, clean, well established and defined sites. All side by side hookups, with strong voltage. Also laundry and dump available. DO NOT EXPECT, friendly management, or the free Wi-Fi they advertise, signal was so weak we only got 2 bars out of 5 even in direct line and near the router signal, plus they shut off the Wi-Fi at night and it was not reestablished until 8am. Most sites will not get Wi-Fi at all. DO NOT EXPECT hot showers, water was just warm enough to stand under and stayed that way despite our bringing it to their attention.
Forgot in Previous Posting to mention that the water was of very poor quality. Yellow Colored and Low Pressure. The owners dog was one of those running loose with no one nearby and we came across droppings in our walks.
Sites were poorly numbered if at all, and the hookups were not as advertised. That is, some sites had just electric,some electric and water, some just electric and sewer, some just sewer with the water not working. About 3 miles of very narrow, dusty and rough road into campground, and that continued within the camp. Dogs were allowed to run loose from the many permanent residents. There is no cell phone signal in the area and no TV reception at all. The only redeeming quality are the sites on the south branch of the Potomac river. Again, one site would have electric, then a few without, and then another with. Quite a poorly set up campground.
Expensive for such a below average park. Although the restrooms were clean, bowls occasionly plugged up, paper ran out, etc and very slow repsonse to problems. Our 30amp box kept losing power and after a week still had not been fixed. About two thirds of the sites are permanent trailers, with many of them in an advanced state of deterioration. Sites were not mowed and generally this seems to be a campground where not much of the income is put back into the park. It's redeeming qualitys are that it is well off the highway and very quiet and the pool is immaculate.
An adult only park, very quiet and run by a former full timer couple who are very friendly and helpful. About 1/2 mile North of the GA border on Route 69. This is a Passport America campground and the even gave us a reduced price on the weekly rate. About 30 miles from the Alpine village of Helen GA.
This would be a quiet stay if you are willing to put up with the owner who is in the wrong business. When we called for a reservation for the night, we were told, quote "We do not want overnighters, there is a minimum 3 night stay, if you are planning on staying overnight don't come down our road as you will have to turn around". All this was said in a very unpleasant manner. This is an adult only park with no bath house and no amenities. There are so many more choices in this beautiful area of Georgia.