Upper sites are quite narrow and close together. Roads are steep and narrow. Wifi reception and speed was excellent. Quite pricey for a one night stop. Site was level. Probably just keep driving next time thru.
Spent 3 nights here. Basically an open field with hookups (as others mentioned trees are about 6 feet tall!). Electricity stable, water pressure good. Wi-Fi is advertised but it never worked in our 3 day stay. Office help unable to locate any tech support to diagnose problem. All staff seemed to be teenagers, helpful but not very knowledgeable. Campsite maintenance not being tended to. Easy access and centrally located for our needs. Would probably return if in the area again.
October trip, so park was almost empty. Some seasonals. Nicely wooded. Some road noise which probably would not be noticeable if normal park noises were happening. Interior roads need grading, but it is the end of a long rainy season. Site was roomy and easy to back into. Wi-Fi weak and intermittent. Water pressure very high. Would definitely return if in the area.
Been here several times over a 10 year span. Park could be a gem but it's not. No maintenance being done, front desk staffed by poor quality help, only Wi-Fi hotspot is the office, no hose available at dump station, no guide to site, etc. RV'ers seem to be seen as an inconvenience to deal with. Morgan Resorts runs the place and it speaks very poorly for them as a company. Quite sure this is our last visit here.
Very tight, very cramped and very noisy. Would not return. CG is only one block away from the I-65 bridge which is now carrying all of its traffic PLUS the traffic that would normally have gone over the I-64 bridge which is closed. Staff was polite and helpful.
CG is nice and quiet - no highway noise. Has a fenced in area for dogs to stretch their legs. If it wasn't for the overpopulation of small yappy dogs, I'd rate this a 9. Good for an overnight, I'd stay again. And close my windows.
Nice CG on the road to the North Rim. In town location. Some Hwy noise. Nicely groomed. Sites are crushed rock and level. Some sites are somewhat tight. Very friendly owners. Good fast Wi-Fi connection.
Very nicely maintained older CG. Not that easy to find, but close to main highway. Sites v-e-r-y tight. Cautious maneuvering is essential to avoid bumps and scrapes. Very clean and well kept, good Wi-Fi connection.
After long road trip from Yellowstone, this CG is a welcome break. Immaculate, off the highway far enough so noise is not an issue. Many trees. Kind of an oasis in the desert. Not a destination CG but a very welcome stopping place for the weary traveler. If you pass this way, we highly recommend it.
CG is worth visiting just for the sunset! Fairly well maintained. Sites are very poorly delineated so it's a lot of jockeying to make sure your wheels are firmly planted on gravel and not sod. Showers were the best I've ever found in a CG. Staff seems to be mostly teenagers on work release from local HS.
CG is easy to access. Sites have view of and access to lake. Staff was friendly. Overall the grounds keeping was better than anything else. Restrooms weren't very clean. Store was out of everything two weeks before their end of season. Seems to cater more toward locals who come for the weekend fishing. OK for a night or two on the road.
CG is immaculate. Owners on site and very attentive. Good spot for a stopover. Beware that if you are planning on sleeping with windows open I-74 is less than 300 feet away. Truck traffic is unending. With A/C on, not much of a problem. With current drought, great care is taken with the grass and the CG is better looking as a result.
This CG is massive. Mostly seasonal campers. Pull through sites are available but in direct sun. Unless you are using it as a destination (resort) it's not for the casual weekend or road traveler. Lots of golf carts zipping about at high speeds. Pricey at $53. for 2 adults.
CG is a mixture of short term and long term sites. Some sites are very spacious and quiet. Ours wasn't! We ended up about 6 feet from the neighbors on each side and behind us. Felt like we were in a parking lot. Staff was very friendly and well organized. CG is very clean. About 1/2 mile or so to Storyland, so lots of kids around, mostly well behaved.
Back again after 2 years. Great place to bring the grandchildren. Lots of open space, quiet and off the beaten track. Not "touristy" or tacky. A nice family CG with pool and fairly well equipped store/snack bar.
This park is a hidden gem. Beautiful sites to chose from, very helpful staff and immaculate facilities. We will return. Wish I could find similar sites in my home state. Minus one point for interior roads, which could be graded better.
We chose this cg based on its location. Beautiful views and close to some activities we were interested in. CG facilities are completely outdated and run down. Roads are poorly maintained stone and gravel. Grass was uncut and electric boxes just hanging loose off posts. Dump station is poorly sited and there was no water available. We would not return. The 3 rating is solely based on the ocean view.
Price very reasonable, staff very friendly. Basic facilities like picnic tables and fire rings very old. All sites appear to be on grass - no gravel or crushed rock. Heavy ruts in some locations. Views to die for. Great place to observe the ocean. Be sure to try the chowder at the Cave view restaurant about a mile down the road.
Used this local park for first trip with grandchildren. Kid friendly. Large grassy play area with swings, slide. Pool is small by today's standards but well kept. We chose site in trees for extra shade. Quiet, clean, well managed CG. Will visit again. Lots of seasonal sites but a very nice crowd to mingle with. Some interior dirt roads need grading but with monsoon rains this year, it's to be expected.
New concrete pads, nice friendly office staff, lots of open space for kids to play. Sites a little cramped for my taste but very nicely maintained. As others have said, roads are dirt and potentially dusty. Pool still closed this early in the season. About 12-15 minutes to Colonial Williamsburg. Would definitely stay here again.
This park is a gem. Misture of open space and trees. Well maintained. Portion of entrance road is gravel but well graded. Immaculate facilities and pleasant staff. Nicely positioned at base of Cabot Trail. We will be back next year.
A small gem of a CG in the middle of the City. Immaculate grounds and lots of neat features to keep smaller campers busy. Nice metal contraptions for fire places. Quiet and peaceful. We'll be back to this one anytime we are in the area.
This campground is basically a flat parking area heavily covered with crushed stone and with "sites" marked out by spray painted lines. It's a stopping point on the way to other places. The park itself may have other features to recommend it, but the campground is not one that I would use for a long stay. OK for overnight.
The park is clean and neat as a pin. But it's tight! The small T shaped double sites were laid out when popups were the RV of choice for most. The current Class A's and 5th wheels barely fit in these sites. As I sit here typing this, there are 6 or 8 people carousing around a campfire about 15 feet away from my bed. That's too darn close. Great park, great people, close to many attractions but badly in need of redesign. Just my 2 cents.
The park was OK for a couple of nights while visiting the new Park Center. Tight spaces. Poor internal roads. Nice staff. Since we're not horse fanciers we weren't overly impressed with the overall facility.
This is the 4th year we have camped here. The CG is clean and easy to move around in. It's cash only at check in. It's a family oriented CG close to Bar Harbor. This year there were an unusual number of annoying little yappy dogs. The morning and evening serenade was a pain. Owners are not investing in anything new or any extensive maintenance. Sites need leveling, etc. While the rate is excellent, it might be time to test drive some other CG's in the area.
We spent 3 nights there last week. Our impressions; The CG is hard to reach being at the end of a long series of narrow roads. Definitely out of the way and definitely very quiet at night. The "seasonal portion" of the CG has crushed stone roads and is in a forested area. Tightly packed in together (about 12 to 15 feet apart). I wouldn't want one of the sites but there were about 60 - 70 seasonals with semi-permanent hookups so someone must like it. The "transient" portion of the CG is an open field with water and electric hookups. Looks like an old baseball field that had a trench run up the side to plant the water and electric lines. The field is lumpy and uneven. The fire ring on our site and on the ones bordering us had burned out bottles and cans in them that were not touched in the 3 days we were there. The picnic tables were falling apart - at a guess, they were being recycled from the seasonal side. When we checked in at the office, we asked for a map of the CG. They don't have one! There are no restrooms or shower facilities! (Their website claims a "bathhouse" but we never found it.) When we left and used the dump station we found the sump covered by a scrap piece of planking and with no running water for cleanup. Quite frankly disappointing because with some work and attention this could be a much better CG.