Great RV Park. Well kept and quiet. Host and Hostess were very helpful and friendly. The type of folks you would want to have as neighbors. The bath house was dated but very clean. Site was level. We will return to this Park again. The entrance is a little tight for big rigs to turn into. The owner stated the state will not allow him to modify the entrance at this time.
Nice park next to I-95. Large pull-through spaces. Park was well kept, level, and clean. Our site was not near the interstate hwy, but we could hear traffic at night. Free Wi-Fi was strong. We stopped for over night and stayed an extra day. Nice friendly staff and a parrot even greeted me with "Hello" when you walk into the office. We watched the owner riding the parrot on his shoulder while driving his golf cart through the park. Would stay here again.
This rate was a one time promotion. This is our second visit to this RV Park. Very nice park with plenty of activities on site and some off site group activities as well. The only draw back was the graveled sites. Large stones rather than "crush n run" or pea gravel. We had to replace our out-door rug because of the damage. We also seen other rugs left at the dumpsters while we were there. We stayed for two months. The park is very well kept and the maintenance crew were always busy fixing and painting. Shuffle Board, Tennis Court, Swimming Pool. Three Shower Houses with Laundry. Free Wi-Fi and Cable. Don't Feed the Gators. We will stay again.
This campground is top notch. Very clean, well groomed, gated with security after hours. On site laundry in two locations as well as restrooms and showers. Club house, whirlpool,and pool in fenced area. We received a rate for our AAA membership. Very nice campground. We will come back again.
We stayed one week at this KOA and then moved next door East to another RV Park that was much nicer for less money. This camp ground has several permanent sites that are quite trashy. The pool almost had an oily sheen to it. We didn't use it. Wi-Fi very spotty. Laundry was dated and and needed cleaned. We decided to find a local laundry. We will not stay here again.
We look forward to coming back. Nice park with plenty for families to do together. Fishing, putt putt, swimming, volley ball. The cable is $2.50 a day. Most there had satellites hooked up. Overall a nice place.
Nice campground. Heavy rain in the region, had the water high in the reservoir and some sites were underwater when we were there. Very nice staff, and the grounds are well kept. We were going to stay two nights and ended up staying four. You must have a vehicle permit to enter the park. That was an additional cost. Roads into the park are in very poor condition, but repaving was taking place, before the water had gotten high. They may have started work on them again by now. We will visit this park again.
Very nice KOA. Very nice store and friendly folks. They have fishing ponds, walking trails, beautiful view of the mountains. A game room with foos ball, air hockey, pool table. We plan to use this park again when we are in the area.
We were here for overnight. Called an hour from the site and spoke with the owner. Told him we were coming. Used the after hours drop. Easy access and level parking. Found the showers and bathrooms very clean and well kept. A nice place.
We love this resort. Unlike any other we have visited. We hated to leave and will return in 2010, Very clean and quiet. The sites are fully equipped with stainless steel grills. tables, fire ring and chairs. Fire wood can be gathered or purchased. Even 100 amp service was available. Wi-Fi was not free however.. The pool, exercise room, and rest rooms were every clean. The video rental store, country store and deli are very reasonable.. The dryers at the laundry were slow to dry our clothes, but OK. The area has lots of historical attractions near. Homes of Washington, Jefferson, Monroe and Madison, are within driving distance. People of the area are very friendly. We highly recommend Shenandoah Crossing.
The most glaring complaint is the lack of reliable electrical power. During the week we were at the RV site, power was lost several time on three different days. We learned that in some cases 9 to 13 30 AMP services, were supplied by 200 AMP,fused drops. The last day (and the last straw) we lost power about 4:30 pm and still didn't have power at 8:00am the next day. The heat index that day had been 105, per the local radio station. When we ask about when the power would be returned we were told, "it wouldn't be that evening". I ask if they meant wouldn't or couldn't and was told "it wouldn't". This was from a person standing in an air conditioned office. In my opinion, there is a big difference between can't and won't. Other complaints include narrow sites, shared water (bring your own "Y"), grass not mowed, standing water after rain, (some areas ankle deep with no means of draining), dated sewer hook-ups, no cable, poor WiFi service.