This campground is on a knoll that faces west. The entry road is rough gravel and uneven so, figure on going slow. There were several big motor homes and other trailers there during our stay. Our site (#44) was level, grassy and we enjoyed a fiery red sunset. Our rate was based on AAA. WI-FI is available back at the laundromat (downhill from the campsite). The signal however, was intermittent. The staff was friendly and accommodating and, we did enjoy our stay. We would come again.
Rated this state park campground a 7 because a lot of sites in the 1st section are not level. The showers and restroom facilities are a little dated and could use some upgrading. A nice mixture of shaded and unshaded sites. We camped in the 1st section, lots of shade but, difficult to find a level site. There are planned activities on the weekend. Staff was friendly and nice.
Honors Good Sam discount. Nice grassy, spacious sites, well maintained. Wi-Fi at our site (48) for $1/night, was a good connection. Baths had showers but cost .25 cent (on a timer). This was amusing to us as we have never seen a pay shower before. Would stay again.
A private park, a lot of permanent sites, more like a trailer park than a campground. Site was not level. Bathrooms were locked. Laundry facility was clean and nice. Difficult entry and exit to this park off of busy Route 6A, use caution. Town is very recycle conscious and requires trash to be separated. Would not return here again.
Rated this park a 8 due to the lack of facilities. This is a dry campground and the site placement is better suited for tents. Very friendly staff. Good for overnight stays. Roads to this location are a little rough.
Most sites are not shaded but, there is adequate spacing between them. There was Internet available at the sites and cable TV provided 60+ stations. Campground is noisy due to being between Old Rt. 22 and I-78. We found the owner to be very friendly and accommodating. Ask about local places to eat.
Campground entrance was tight because employees vehicles blocked a lane. Wooded sites, many unlevel. Low water pressure forced us to use the camper pump. The sewer connection to our site was higher than ground level, forcing us to go buy something to raise the drain pipe above the connection for proper drainage. That did not work right and we were forced to use the dump station after paying for full hookup. The electric connection was located a little distant from the water and sewer. On a positive note: The campground is located 11 miles from the Springfield Mall where we boarded a shuttle bus to connect to the Metro Train to go to downtown Washington D.C.
Rate based upon Passport America. Section A and B are wooded, we stayed in A. Lots shade, nice large spaces, level sites. Owners were very friendly and accommodating. A clean, well run park and we agree with all of the other positive comments. We would return here again.
A short stretch of dirt road to get to the campground was a little rough but well worth the trip. The campground is very wooded, sites are spacious, some are a little unlevel but not out of the ordinary for a campground. We especially enjoyed the friendly attitude of the owner and the fresh apples and tomatoes from their garden. Ask about the path to Bradbury Mountain. This was a quiet, peaceful campground at this time of the year and, we would return again.