This is a basic and convenient park with easy on and off for I81 and within a few miles of Lexington VA which is a wonderful little city with so much history. The pull thru sites are level, with well located utilities, the bath/shower is well located and clean with plenty of hot water. Some of the back-in sites have shade and picnic tables. The most serious problem I had was extremely low voltage even though there was not many RVs in the park. The highest voltage I checked with a digital VOM was 109vac in the early morning, If I turned on my one 13.5btu ac unit the voltage dropped to 105.5vac and if I turned on microwave at same time the voltage would drop to 104vac. This was not a individual site problem, I checked some of the other empty sites and found it to be a overall problem. This is a serious problem due to fact that appliances (AC units) will burn the winding out at these low voltages. Due to this problem I would not stay here again.
This is a very nice park and the staff very friendly and helpful. The only negatives I found were that the bath/shower facilities are a long walk from the closest sites and at my site the black water connection was installed in a mound/berm that ran along the site, the result was that the connection was probably 2 ft above the parking ground level. No way any gravity drop could use it. But they did have a nice and convenient dump station on the way out. I would certainly stay here again.
Spent 4 nights here. This is a beautiful new camp in a beautiful location on the river. The facilities are new with concrete pads for vehicle and patio. My only negative comments are: I think $40.00 is a little much for a military site. When they installed the concrete pads you would think they could have been level, but few to none are level and some are off a lot. The bath/laundry house is very nice, clean and well equipped, but it sits on a hill on one edge of the campground. It could have been more centrally located. But even with the cost I would stay here again.
This is an OK campground for a short stay. Get good directions prior to entering campground. If you enter directly to the check in station you will not be able to proceed to your site via camp roads. There is very narrow low water bridge with a 5 ton weight limit. You need to enter by a different street and then walk .5 mile to check in. My site was very crowded to each side and I had to pull my power and water under the RV to an outlet next to another site (shared outlets). My site was dirt and I'm thankful that it did not rain. It would have quickly turned into a mud hole site, but considering price I would use again for an overnight stay.
The staff was very nice but this is an old campground that certainly shows it's age and neglect. Most of the sites appear to be occupied by full time residents. The interior roads and sites are gravel/dirt. My site was a pull thru and I was hemmed in between a large tree and the trailer beside me. I did not put my slide out because I felt it would hinder my neighbors entry and exit from his trailer. The site utilities are located at the head of the site and you will need long cables and hoses to reach. The bath house was small, outdated and not very clean. They did give us a $5 per adult discount on entry into the caverns which are on site. The tour of the caverns made the stay worth the stay.
The staff at this small park was very friendly and helpful. The main circle is paved with level gravel sites. Each site has a concrete pad with picnic table. The sites are all back-in and very close to each other both on the sides and end to end. The bath house was very clean and well equipped. Great location for visiting Pigeon Forge and surrounding attractions. I would stay here again.
The staff at this park was very friendly and helpful. The gravel sites are large and mostly level with well located utilities. The check-in office is quite a distance from the sites and I assume that bath facilities were located there. I did not see any bath house in the actual campground area. The campground is convenient for visiting Mt. Airy and all of it's Mayberry memorabilia. I would stay at this park again.
I was traveling north on SC11 and my GPS directed me to turn about 1/2 mile too soon, I was pulling a toad so I could not turn around, ended up driving on a tiny and twisty dirt road for several miles that finally did intersect with correct road to park. The check-in station is remote from the campground and is not very big-rig friendly for entry, exit or parking for registration. My site was a pull thru and was paved and level. The bath laundry house I would rate about a 6 on 1 to 10 scale for cleanliness. The roads in and around the campground are not very well marked so you need to utilize the map they give you for travel within the park. I would stay here again.
We stayed here 1 night in Oct. 2013. The host was very nice and helpful. It appears that most of the sites are pull thru's with both shady and open sites. The bath house is set up with 4 individual and private bath rooms, each room is large, clean and well equipped, nice laundry and nice pool. The grounds and facilities were all maintained in a neat, clean and operational manner. Very convenient to Warm Springs and about 18 miles to town of Pine Mountain. If I return to area I would certainly stay here again.
We spent 4 nights here. I found the staff to be very friendly and helful. I really enjoyed the old Rt.66 theme and displays in the community room. They had nice clean restrooms and laundry. The sites are large enough and all are pull through. But there is not a blade of grass to be found, just sand and gravel. The wind never quit blowing while we were here and the dust and dirt were non-stop, but it is New Mexico. All and all I enjoyed it and would stay here again. The price is with a PA discount.
Spent 1 night here in May. Very close to interstate, traffic noise will bother you if you are a light sleeper. The management was friendly. My site was a pull through as it appeared most were. Most of the site appeared to be rented to long term stays and they were up early starting vehicles to go to work. The only restroom I could find was in the office and it was a single room much like a mobile home restroom with a toilet, sink and tub/shower. All and all it was ok for a 1 night stopover.
We spent 2 nights here in a class A. My backin site was within a few feet of a wood fence that was between us and a strip mall. Quite a bit of night noise, was warned by staff when I made the reservation. They claim that they have Wi-Fi, but it is the most difficult that I have ever experienced to get logged on to. And once you did get on, it was so slow it was useless. But overall, I enjoyed the stay
This is a very nice campground, were escorted to our site which was graveled but level. There were a lot of well behaved children, great family atmosphere. The campground was about 50% full but no sites were available with cable. The closest bath house was clean and modern, but only had 1 shower stall and it is kept under lock and key, you must make a reservation to take a shower. I would stay at this campground again.
Spent 2 nights here in Nov. 2011, easy access, level paved sites. There were 3 other rigs there during my stay, but only one ever had a vehicle at it. The restrooms were clean, but the showers were almost unusable, they put out one straight stream of water, no hot or even Luke warm water during my stay, due to no cable, no Wi-Fi and no hot water I would not stay here again.