Roads were narrow and a little confusing but not too bad considering location. Dumpsters not accessible to all locations. Appears dump station has a fee of $5 but we had site with full hookups and pull thru. Store was pretty well stocked. VERY close to Harpers Ferry State Park.
Staff was nice. Good layout. Stayed in the F section which was mostly seasonals...which we were between 2 seasonals. Quiet at night. Roads appeared to be in decent shape. Gated park which only vehicles with a pass card could get thru. Only bad thing I can say is that the entrance, when you check in, is very small. If there happens to be 2 RV's checking in at once, one of the RV's may be stuck out on the road until the other moves.
We only stayed here for the short time but what we saw, we liked. Stayed in the Tulip Loop and had plenty of space and shade. Very quiet at night. This loop requires full hookup as there is no bathhouse in this section. We plan to stay here again with more time.
Great job on keeping roads in shape. Were there during a heavy rainstorm and they were out with their equipment fixing the roads the next morning. Lots of room for kids to play. Sites were a good size. Staff were very nice and helpful.
Roads are poor. Lots of ruts. Directional signs not followed. Quiet time at this campground isn't until 11pm. Campground staff was OK upon check-in but did not respect quiet of others. One of the nights we were there, music started blaring (around 8p) and one of our family members finally got tired of listening to it and asked for the music to be turned down (around 9p) so that we could enjoy an enjoyable time with family and not be overtaken by the loud music. We were about a football field away and it was being played in a pavilion on the other side of the campground store. Staff just stated quiet time wasn't until 11pm, did nothing and told my family member to check with the DJ. Family member then went to the DJ to ask to please turn the music down some which a reply was given that she didn't know how to turn it down but funny how she was able to turn it up! Another thing is that there was no one in the pavilion listening to the music and the person who went to asked to turn down the music said it hurt his ears! The DJ did finally turn it down a little and it was finally shut down around 10:30p. If the campground doesn't respect the quiet time to those paying for their sites, they don't deserve our business. We won't be going back.