Under new ownership but the park is the same mess as before. No one at the office ..... "Just pick a site." We chose a site with only water and electric because the sewer sites were too detached away from the hookups. After hooking up to the site we chose, we found that the water was not running. Just a frustrating afternoon. We left and found a space elsewhere. Our advice to those coming to Bardstown ...... Stay away from Lil Patch of Heaven (formerly Holt's)
A very nice park owned by very nice people. This is a good over night stop close to I 80 with minimal road noise. The laundry and shower rooms are in the same building as the office so they are constantly monitored for cleanliness. The washers and dryers are practically new and appear to work just fine. The sites are gravel and a bit tight but not a problem. We would surely stay here again when in the area.
This park is almost a 10 but with no pool it misses the mark. However, the park is titled "resort" and this is the closest we've found among many pretenders. The photos on the web site are true, no Photoshopping here. The pads are concrete with built in picnic tables and each site has beautiful green grass, almost velvet like. Everything is clean and well kept. We intended to stay just one night until we saw the park which includes a casino, deli, restaurant, and gas station with LP gas available. We intend to stay at least one more day and maybe more. We will return when in the area..
Pass this one by! If you're traveling and looking for an overnight stop, this is way overpriced at $48. The place is dusty with no grass, just dirt. No cable, no TV period. WiFi is $3 per day extra on top of the already inflated price of $48. Decent Verizon service. Next time near here, we'll just keep on truckin'.
This is a jewel of a campground. Very nice people to greet you and help you park. The jet boats usually stop here, but the low water level makes them stop next door where we went to get aboard. Good Wi-Fi and good Verizon service. All in all a very, very nice experience at this well kept park.
This is a Passport America park and at $31.50 per night is a rip. Nothing but a large grass yard with hook ups, but it is clean. I would hate to see what the regular rate is. They even have the nerve to charge $5.00 extra for a riverfront site. Nothing going on there except water flowing by. Wireless is an extra charge. Verizon service is poor. Would we would not stay here again.
The rate noted ($1,540 including tax) is for a 1 month stay. The best thing about this campground is the proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. The office/store is well stocked and well kept. The laundry facilities are fairly new and are also well maintained. The office staff and maintenance people are polite and helpful. The campground itself can best be described as "up scale primitive" as it's basically a sandy parking lot with hookups. No pool, lousy Wi-Fi, and marginal cable reception. With all it's shortcomings and head numbing prices, I guess if you want the ocean nearby this is the place to be.
These are the positives: A very nice park with paved roads, concrete pads, and patios, plus grass. The staff is very nice and helpful. Most of the previous comments we agree with. However, there are negatives to be considered: The beach is approximately 50 yards wide and 20 yards from the back to waters edge. Pretty dinky considering the amount of people and "stuff" they drag along. Since the beach is on Santa Rosa Sound, the water lacks the beautiful clear green color for which this area is known. The swimming pool is small for the number of people using it. More like a big hot tub containing lots of kids. Need I mention the "P" word? Heavy traffic flying by on Route 98 is an issue. Because the highway is divided, only right turns can be made. Making a "U" turn in a motor home pulling a toad is a little tough so it's better to go east a little ways to the Wal-Mart fot turnaround, and maybe fuel, if you're going west. Considering the lack of a good beach and price, we would not return.
We were on a 36 day trip and stayed in quite a few campgrounds along the way. Four Seasons was (and is) our favorite. The owner and employees couldn't have been nicer and more accommodating. The campground is clean and well kept at all times. We had a riverside site and had an enjoyable time watching the river otters play every morning. Also enjoyed watching the beautiful jet boats running the rapids. Although we didn't take a boat ride this time, we could have as the boat stops at the CG dock on it's way by. We intend to return and stay much longer the next time.
This is a great little campground. Nice people at the office, clean, well kept, grassy sites and best of all it's quiet. No trains, no truck traffic, no airport. We stay here everytime we pass through the Wytheville area.
Even though there are no full hookups (just electric) this is a favorite campground. The US Air Force and US Navy museums are first rate and should not be missed. The CG is located close by the Wine Trail and sits right beside beautiful Seneca Lake.
Upon arrival, our reservation couldn't be found so we were put into a site for the night and had to move the next day. This place can best be described as a mess. Dirt and dust everywhere. The sites are so close we could hear the neighbors breathing. Would never recommend staying here.
This is a great overnight campground. The office/reception building is modern and spotlessly clean as is the campground itself. The laundry and shower facilities are in like new condition. This is a relatively new CG, so shade is minimal. We would stay here again.
Advertised as having Wi-Fi and telephone at the site, no mention is made that there is a charge for both until registration. Each local call costs 25 cents. Pet runs are almost impossible to get to as there are no access paths. Park is just OK, we would not stay there again.
This is one of the best parks we have ever stayed in. Everything is top notch, including the courteous, friendly staff. The community center is spotless throughoutand includes a complete exercise room. Since this is a fairly new park, the shade trees have not fully developed, but the other landscaping is beautiful. Because of the dryness in this area, it is obvious why there are no fire rings and no fires allowed. Although Rt. 17 is nearby, the traffic noise is minimal. We will recommend this park to whoever we meet and will definitely stay here again.
This park is nothing more than an overpriced, big blacktop parking lot. The ocean view sites are tightly packed back-in and are so close that we had trouble getting out our door without hitting the neighboring RV. The ocean view is from a height of at least 100 feet, if it can be seen through the fog. The only thing it has going for it is it's proximity to SF and other more desirable towns on the coast. Would pass it by the next time.
This is a jewel of a campground. Everyone was friendly and helpful at check-in. The park is well maintained and is spotless. The trains passing by were were interesting and no bother at all. We will definitley stay here again as we travel through the state.