This is an interesting campground. It seems to be primarily a family campground and those with children will have a great time. About 3/4 of the park is seasonal campers in pretty stationary units. We found the staff friendly and eager to please. One interesting feature is that on their web site it is possible to click on a specific site and see what it looks like. Most of their pull-through sites are up by the office. We stayed here for one night in a fifth-wheel (in a back in site) and enjoyed it enough that we may spend a few extra days here the next time we pass through. They such extras as boat rental, golf cart rental (which everyone seems to have). We did find it a bit noisy. We were there on a Saturday night and some campers didn't quiet down until almost 2 AM.
Nice place for an overnight. Friendly staff guide you your site and help you get parked. It is close to the interstate (I-76 and I-70). Gravel roads are a little rough. Sites are roomy and reasonably level. Nice playground for the children. Fishing available in season. This is our second time here.
We chose this campground because of its convenience to attractions in the area. The staff was friendly and helpful in getting us situated. Note there is a wide variety of site types available from those up on a hill side among the trees to those lower down with less foliage (and more room). We found our site easy to get into and setup on. We liked the easy access to the interstate, and there is good shopping (groceries and such) close by. We stayed here for a week in our 37' fifth wheel and will probably stay here again if we get back to the D.C. area.
This park is convenient to the interstate. The sites are open and easy to maneuver to. It doesn't have much to recommend it for a long stay but it's nearness to the expressway makes it a great place to spend a night on the road. This is our third stay here.
We spent two nights here in a 37' fifth wheel. Some of the sights are relatively spacious but in loop 1 (where the water and electric are) it will require some careful driving to maneuver a larger rig around. It is a quiet and picturesque campground with a friendly staff. We stayed here as part of our visit to the Congaree National Park. Note: Do NOT try to take a large rig into loop 2 as there are some very tight turns.
The grounds are clean and well maintained. The staff friendly and helpful. They have a nice picnic area with a place for campfire. Sites are very roomy and easy to get in (and out) of with our 37' fifth wheel. We stayed here for one night on the road north.
Nice park for a one night stand. Good access to/from the tollway (I70). Interior roads are gravel. Sites are of modest size and messy. Needs mowing, picnic table doesn't sit level. Very quiet. Not much else in the area to hold ones interest (that we found).
We were curious about this park since it has ratings of both 1's and 10's. We suspect that it is a matter of what you are expecting. This is an older park along a river. It is trying hard. The staff was friendly. It is the first park we've been at where you could have your meals delivered to your trailer. This park is better if you have kids. There is miniature golf and an arcade (game) room for kids. They have outdoor movies (weekends) and other activities to keep the young ones amused. Interior roads are gravel. Sites are on the small side but there was enough for our 37' fifth wheel with its four slides.
Nice park close to the interstate with easy in and out of the sites makes it a good choice for those traveling the interstate (I95) . Some trees but not enough to interfere with our satellite dish. Staff was friendly and helpful. Used the laundry without mishap.
This park should no longer be considered a campground. Most of the sites are occupied by seasonal units. We discovered what may be the explanation when we were at Camping World and were solicited by a sales person (not a CW employee) to purchase a site at this park. Apparently most of the sites are owned. They are not well maintained and give the campground the ambiance of a slum neighborhood. The interior roads are in poor condition and difficult to navigate in a large unit (we have a 37' fifth wheel). At no time did we ever meet anyone on the staff. The office/store was closed the whole time we were here.
If you have children you will love this park. If you are traveling without children don't bother. The park has many things to offer a family with children as a result the park was at times over run with children tooling about in golf carts and big wheel (three wheeled bicycles). The do offer help and shuttle service to some of the area attractions. Sites are large, paved and adequate. The WiFi was not available when we where there except in the area of the office/swimming pool and the staff were not particularly concerned about this. We will probably stay there again (they are literally at the door of the National Park.
Many sites are small (at least they are a tight fit for our 35' fifth wheel). Many sites are not very level. We were able to get level only because the previous camper left behind about 5' of 2 x 10. We needed to raise one side of the unit about 5". Sites do offer a nice view of the lake. Staff was not particularly helpful (not rude -- they just weren't very knowledgeable about the area). Not a bad park but not much to recommend a return visit.
Nice clean park for a quick one night stay. Very close to the expressway but the trees help kill some of the noise. Other than the pool and a few farm animals there is not much to see or do here. Rigs are parked end to end in rows but they are spaced so that getting out shouldn't be a problem if you need to leave before the rig in front of you has pulled out. Staff was very friendly and pleasant.
We were impressed with the helpfulness of the staff. They attempted to fill our every request promptly and politely. They offer a wide range of activities for those planning on a longer stay. The pool is screened in which proved very helpful at reducing bug bites while swimming.
Nice park with roomy wooded sites. We camped here Thanksgiving weekend in 2006. Staff was very helpful and provided us with accurate information about attractions available in the area. Some of the sites along the lake shore are a little close together but most are well spaced. Playground for children and a short (3/4 mile) nature trail is available as well as miniature golf and fishing boats.
Friendly and helpful staff seems to know the best restaurants to visit and sites to see on this, our first visit, not Nashville. The sites are "snug" for our large fifth wheel but roads are paved and adequate.