This campground was disappointing to us. We were assigned site 78 which is on top of the hill. To get to this site, you must drive on a narrow, winding, gravel, potholed filled road with two difficult turns to make along the way due to trees near the road. Once you arrive at this site, you will find that there is another site, #77, in front of you. As I sit here at my table in my 40ft motorhome, I can see into the back window of the 5th wheel directly in front of us. It's about 4 ft away from the front of our coach. In order to depart this site, we will have to back out of it making a 90 degree turn. Also in the last site, #82, sits another motorhome with it's driver's side slideouts protruding into the narrow exit road. We were told that most of the other 50 amp sites in the lower part of this campground do not have sewer. The view we have here consists of other campers, motorhomes, or trucks. No beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain scenery here in this site! Also, the site is narrow, ie, the fire pit is 3 ft away from our slideout. We will not return to this campground.
This campground is not made for larger motorhomes. The interior roads are very narrow with wooden post positioned along the roads. Our site was #11 which was waterfront and very peaceful and beautiful but getting into it was difficult with our 40 ft motorhome. Leaving the site was difficult due to a sharp narrow ascending curve going towards sites 17 & 18. If you do have a larger motorhome or fifth wheel, only book in Loop C which has the bigger sites. Other loops are fit more for tents, pop-ups, or small trailers. Please research this campground extensively if you are considering it and have a large motorhome or fifth wheel and be prepared to use much caution when driving and parking in your site. Most state parks or COE's where made so long ago, they are more suitable for smaller RV's. Too bad they don't consider revamping them to accommodate the current RV's.