We were in the upper park and everything was pretty normal. The site was fairly level and wide. Being early in the season all of the activities were not in full swing, but there was still plenty to do. The WiFi worked, but had to drive to the "red barn" to get a signal, as we had no signal from the campground.
Interesting drive from the interstate as you get to go though all sorts of hills and curves on a narrow 2 lane road. The internal roads in the campground were pretty dusty as we had a good layer of dust on the toad. The check-in process was fast and had a escort to the site. The site was unlevel and had trouble raising the rear of the coach enough so the wheels would still be on the ground.
A little off the beaten path. The check-in staff was very friendly and had a escort to the site. The site we had some trees that were too close so we could not put out the awning and was a little un-level. We stopped here early in the season so not many activities were scheduled, plus it rained most of the weekend which made a mess in the RV.
This campground is a nice campground for familys. The road to the campground has gotten better but a large MH with toad would make the curves interesting. The site we had was in the back and took me forever to get level. The one thing this CG does need to do is widen or add another road after you pass the office. There are so many kids and cars on that narrow road you have to navigate very carefully to miss the kids and cars.
From the reviews before we were a little leery about staying here until we saw new owners have taken over and made improvements and still are. The site was level and had a nice concrete pad, but the grass was not mowed. There were only a handful of campers there during our stay so we pretty much had the entire campground to ourselves. We did go though the cave and had a personal tour so we were able to ask all the questions we wanted and spend more time in the areas we wanted. We saw the go-cart track but never could figure out the hours they were open. The pool was small, and closed early around 7. It was hot in Chattanooga (records temps) and had little shade so the AC units had to work had just to keep it bearable in the motorhome.
This campground has a lot of activities for the kids like most Yogi Bears. The check in was easy and you did have a escort to your site. There are a lot of golf carts in this campground and seem to be all over the place.
Very nice campground when visiting Virginia Beach area. We were in a large pull-though site that was easy to get in and out of the campground to see Virginia Beach. The main pool (they have 4) was close and it was nice to see they now have a little cafe that serves breakfast, lunch, and light dinners along with ice cream. The laundry facilities was large and clean. The jets overhead were loud but on the weekend there weren't too many. We will be back.
For the Lancaster area this was a OK campground. The site we had was very large but very unlevel, however it did have a great view. While we were there we had some big storms with heavy downpours and found out our site gathered a lot of run off which made our motorhome in the middle of a nice flowing creek. This is a great campground to use as a home base while visiting the Lancaster area.
This campground for being in the Pigeon Forge area was a nice surprise. The sites were wide for being located in the city, but were still close at the same time. This campground does have a trolley that runs every 45-60 minutes that brings you to the main trolley terminal.
This campground an excellent place to bring the family especially if you like a large swimming pool. We have made this campground a yearly stop and it's nice to see nothing has gone downhill yet. The only downside of this campground is it's small and no pull thoughs. We will be back next year.
As the previous submiter has stated, the owners are making all sorts of upgrades to this campground. The roads are still a little rough thought the campground but you can see they are still working on correcting the roads. The back-in sites are very large and all gravel. Luckily we had a large area in front of us that was mulched so the dog could do her business. Not sure if I would make this a vacation destination until the owners complete the work, but it does make a good overnight stop.
We actually used this as a stop over point on a longer trip twice. The owners are nice and have a decent store that they try to maintain with what campers need. For being a small campground you do get all the services that a large CG offers like: Escort to site, cable, WiFi. Between the 2 visits we did prefer the back-in site which was much larger vs the pull though which was a little small. We will be back again on pass throughs this summer.
As some other people have stated there are a lot of "seasonal" trailers around. While I didn't see any in "disrepair" there were a lot of them and most of them took up waterfront sites. There are some nice pools and a lake, but the pools were closed when we were there. If they would cut down or move the number of seasonal trailers this would be a really nice CG.
Another great time at the local campground. I'm glad to see that a lot of the construction is finally done, however there are few things left to do. I did notice on the way out there are some trees marked to be cut out which will make it easier to get out. We stayed in the new area and right now all the grass is new and there was lots of wet spots but that should be fixed next year when all the grass grows. We'll be back.
We stayed here last year as an overnight stop and should have left it as that instead of a week this time. When you arrive you will receive your “drive-by” escort pointing to your site or driving though without even stopping or offering assistance. The roads are tight with lots of tree and last year one of them caught my window awing while backing in so this year we made sure it was a pull-though. The CG is family orientated with lots of families staying there and activities on the weekends. The hay ride is enjoyable as it is a very long ride throughout the park, but make sure you ask what time it is as there is nothing to tell you about it. The pool is advertised as heated and 80 feet; well the owners must have forgotten to turn on the heater and mention that it’s only 20 foot wide at the most. The pool also had some dead frogs and tad poles in the filter as when we told the office they just said “ok” and cleaned it out later. The game room is a joke as half were broken and the remaining half take tokens and the others take quarters and no refunds on the tokens so only buy what you need and only an a small amount of games. The bike rentals are very costly at 6 dollars per half hour with a 5 dollar deposit. The Store is small and geared towards selling their own things as there were very little camping and food items available. The Lake has a deep blue coloring to it and I’m not sure if I would want to eat the fish if I caught anything. The sewer system must have been a direct connect type as there were massive odors when anybody dumped their tanks or you left yours open too long the smell would consume your unit. The fire pit was pretty much full when we arrived there and saw somebody emptying the pits a few days later but he never stopped to check our fire pit.
We stumbled upon this CG last year and loved it. We made a return trip to this CG this year for the 4th of July weekend and again loved it. The CG is still fairly new (I heard 3 years old) so the trees are still small. The main attraction here is the pool, the CG has a pool that is also open to the public that is about 150' x 50 (it's a million gallons of water). In the pool there is slides, trampoline, and a rope. The admission is included (up to 4 people) in the price of the CG. The owners are present and very friendly as they are RV'ers too. We will be back either later this year or for sure next year.
This was a nice campground located in the middle part of Myrtle Beach. The site we had was tight and had to do a lot of checking before I dropped the jacks because of the trees. Once we did get into the site it was nicely shaded. We didn't have a car with us which limited us on what we could do around Myrtle Beach. Overall this campground and staff were great.
We stayed here for 6 nights while we visited the parks. The site was a concrete pad which was nice but we couldn't back into the site fully as out slideout would of hit the water connection. We used the bus transportation to get to all the parks (except Magic Kingdom there was a boat) all the staff was very friendly.
We stayed here overnight passing though. We didn't use any of their facalties as we only stayed there one night. The check in was fast but make sure you call ahead of time as they require reservations. I only rated this as a 7 since we never used anything at the campground and we are unsure what the faculties are like. There was a escort to the campsite.
Overall this campground is a excellent choice for a weekend getaway. Access to the campground can be interesting a with a large rig as there are multiple trees to go around when entering the campground. The campground is in the process of installing new pool and water slide and new sites so construction is all around but this should clear up fairly quickly as the pool is about done. Since the site we had last did not have sewer we had drive around to get a dump station because the one by the pool was closed. On the weekends, there is always activities for kids and this campground definitely brings in the families.