We spent a week here as I wanted to see D.C. The campground is about 20 minutes to the D.C Metro which we loved. Our site was level and shaded and the staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The only thing that I didn't like was that the staff requested that you wear a wrist band supplied by them during your time in the campground, which was only a minor inconvenience. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely come back.
We booked this campground in January. When we got to our campsite the back half of the lot that we were put on was nothing but a mud pit along with several that were beside us. When I complained, the staff person never even apologized for the condition of the site but instead told me that I could get my money back and leave. I asked if I could get some sort discount but again the answer was no. I told them that they could have at least called us to let us know that some of their campsites were not exactly ready considering we booked in January. Unfortunately they had a trout rodeo that weekend and my son had his heart set on it or I would have left. As other campers arrived they also complained to the staff about the muddy lots. I would never stay here again. The staff was rude and the lot was totally unacceptable.