We had a wonderful time at an open rally at this resort. The $99 fee was included 3 nights Thurs-Sun,continental breakfast 2 mornings, a 5 star barbecue dinner Friday, and dogs and burgers for dinner Saturday. There are wonderful lake views from most of the terraced and landscaped extra large sites, the lakefront sites are fabulous, the pool and jacuzzi wonderful, nice clubhouse with wide screen TV, and the landscaping is probably the nicest we have ever seen. There was not pressure to purchase, just interesting information and sales help if one wanted to pursue purchasing. The management was very friendly and helpful, and we met a lot of nice people. The lake is a beautiful fresh water lake, and free boat rides/lake tours were available on Friday and Saturday. There is a small marina, and a pontoon boat is available at a good rental rate of $125 per day. Restaurants and facilities are about 15 miles away which is a bit of a drawback, and the plus of a quiet resort could be a bit lonely certain times of the year. We towed our car and it was a half hour drive into Greenville, a charming town, and to the Park Seed/Wayside Gardens outside gardens which was well worth the venture out of the resort. The only reason I rated Cane Creek a 9 rather than a 10 is because it is a bit isolated, but was just a wonderful experience.
Close to I-10, nice person in office, tall Pine and other trees with a bit of shade, pea gravel sites. Good for one night, would not stay longer, and I thought the discount rate of $36 was a bit expensive given the fact that this is a very basic park. We were also very frustrated that the small pool closed at 7PM. When we arrived at 3PM our thermometer was reading 110 degrees, so we waited until the sun went down a bit and we had eaten dinner to go for a swim. There is never a lifeguard on duty, so I don't see the reason for closing the pool so early. The two shower rooms were clean, but not air conditioned so very hot.
The lower rating was due to our having to pay $70 a night when their season was over. No activities, the restaurant was closed and the park more than half empty. We had a site overlooking a drainage ditch canal and the golf course, and I guess that constituted a "waterfrontw." Way too much money! However, it was fun to watch the golfers play and the pool was very nice. The town had many restaurant, a lot of chain restaurants, and good services including supermarkets, drugstores, movie theater,etc. We had never seen the lake and were told we would be 1/4 of a mile from the lake. That meant that we were 1/4 of a mile from the berm that you drove up and over, and then there were small canals and water streams leading to the lake. Without a boat, we had only a very distant view of blue of the lake in the background. We have been told of other locations to stay to see the wide expanse of the lake. Some of the full time units in the park were a bit rustic, the electric a bit erratic, but the office personnel were very friendly and helpful.For the price, we would not return, especially after their main winter season.
We stayed here for the second time as we have family nearby. It is not near downtown Naples, but out in the suburbs with 5 lane roads in either direction and lots of traffic and strip malls. However, once in the park it is a different world; the landcaping is spectacular and the pull in sites on the lake wonderful.Large paved sites with nice outdoor furniture, very quiet, beautiful pool, hot tub and exercise room and we found people to be very friendly. We did not know until our last day on our first stay that all the information on activities is posted in the clubhouse, and there is lots to do if one should chose to keep busy. We prefer parks with only RV's and there are many park models here, but we were in a motorhome only section, and the park models are very nice and in excllent condition. There were children in the pool and riding bikes, but I think it was due to families visiting grandparents for spring break and Easter, and this would not be a good spot for families to vacation. The grounds are very much like a park with many lush flowering plants, lush lawns and trees.
We received the $10 Coast to Coast rate. This was a great overnight spot. Near 75 but no highway noise, in fact a nice quiet place with friendly people both in the office and other campers. Generous sites, and ours looked at the horses in the pasture next to the park.Our site was grass with light gravel where the RV parked. Waffle House, Steak and Shake, and Denny's nearby but not much else. Very easy in and out of the site and back onto 75. Paved roads in the campground. Good cell phone reception.
Good basic place for overnight. Owners friendly and escorted to large pullthrough with fresh gravel.Grounds were clean, our site was level and very convenient to I26. There is a pool, but it is open to townspeople for a fee so there were a lot of children in it, and a number of rustic units onsite.
I think the rate was around $40 per night. This is an excellent place to stay to sightsee. The RV park is right next to the entrance to the Harper's Ferry National Battlefield with shuttle buses to the historic village, and not far from Antietam which we also toured, and Shepardstown with its shops and restaurants. Nice pool although the water was a bit murky. Our pull through spot was one that we should have unhooked before pulling through, and would ask for a shaded spot next time as we baked in the sun. Had requested one of the deluxe spots that was not worth the extra money. The patio was just stamped concrete and not very large. Extensive camp store and snackbar for lunch and pool snacks. The gal who checked us in was not very helpful, and was surprised there were not brochures on Harper's Ferry for other historical areas available at store. Laundry was large and spotless.
This place was a disappointment. When I read about all the resort amenities which are available to the RV folks, it seemed quite nice. The RV spaces were very shaded, very steep and very difficult to find as there are no signs showing which sites are where. Saw several other RV's driving around in loops looking for their sites, so it wasn't just us. They are building a number of new RV sites in a nearby area which will have concrete pads which are level and updated, but looks like they cut down all the trees around those. The RV sites seem to be an afterthought and there is no support for this area from the resort. I called 4 times to have the overflowing mound of trash removed from the fire ring at our site with no results.Food at restaurant at lodge was mediocre, and service horrible. Nice large swimming pool and the marina looked nice. The grounds are beautiful, green rolling hills and lots of trees with lots of timeshare cabins and a timeshare motel. The timeshares must have been very cheap based on the people we met.
This was a great one night stopover, close to 95 and lots of chain restaurants nearby. Very clean park. Some highway noise, but we ran air conditioner due to summer heat which blocked out noise. Very friendly office personnel, and we were escorted to a long pullthrough with lots of room. Some more rustic units there that seemed to be full time, but a mixture of units for overnighters up to custom motorcoaches. Would definitely stay here again while on the road. This would not be a destination campground.
Forget how much Good Sam discount was. This is out in the middle of nowhere, and adequate for one night stopover off 95. No highway noise, but plan on having food for dinner. Went into next town for dinner and it is very run down and a 6 mile drive.
We camped here in a 38' motorhome towing a Jeep, and the last 4 miles were white knuckled ones for the navigator due to sharp turns, small bridges and some low hanging tree branches. The campground itself is very scenic and the owners were very friendly and helpful. We were in a pull through, but there were nicely shaded back in spots that would be great in summer. The pool has been redone and there is a new common building with lots of weekend events including a pancake breakfast. The campground is on a hillside and the Brandywine River runs below the powered campsites and there are tent camping sites along the river.
Easy entry pull through for 38' motorhome towing a Jeep, and the campground itself is in good condition. However, the rest of the facility has become quite run down, and a number of the restaurants and snack bars were not open. Good overnight stop. Did not go into the laundry or showerhouse. The pools are at the motel and were not very inviting.
This is the first place we stayed in our RV as we live on Hilton Head and did a trial weekend there, and this place sure spoiled us! There is a wonderful if expensive restaurant there, great view of the intra coastal waterway from the swimming pool and some of the sites, and the pools are very clean. The management is friendly and helpful, but some of the long term owners a bit territorial and snippy. There is privacy between some of the sites and the roads are paved and sites easy to back in. You would need a car to get to any of the stores, beaches, restaurant, etc. Seemed to be a good place for children who were riding bikes and using the pool.
This is a huge complex with many park models and RV ports. We stayed in the newer section with a view of the 9th hole of the golf course. Restaurant on site for lunch and dinner was OK, and tons of stores and chain restaurants in short driving distance. Clean pools and jacuzzi, lots of activities, and nice people. Not much privacy between sites in vRegal Point (Class A Only), the section where we stayed, pehaps because the sites are new. Wide paved streets and wide paved sites. We would definitely stay here again.