We stayed for free as we had gotten a promotion at the Tampa RV show. However, I think the promo is ongoing as the park is interested in selling lots. A resident did visit us about the purchase program. This is a very well maintained park with pool, activities, etc. The golf course is next door, although we only used the driving range. The sites are level, concrete, and well kept. Everyone is extremely friendly. We were in site #129 which is directly across from the office. A good site for satellite reception and FREE. All sites are 50 amp with water and sewer. Absolutely no problem with a 42' motorhome. If I'm right this is a Class A and fifth wheel only park. (Could be wrong on that).
This is an excellent park. The roads are paved and the sites are done with pavers. The landscaping is beautiful and private between sites. We used an FMCA discount. Some sites are on the water, but not all. The pool is very nice. The resort is not part of the Outdoor Resort system as it is all individually owned. Some sites are for sale at $400,000 with a dock. The Havana Cafe across the street is wonderful for breakfast and lunch. We took a boat ride at the National Park which is very close.
Not a bad park. There are many permanent sites, but all is kept up well. Park models and permanent mobile homes. The rv section is apart from others. Grass sites and level. We were in #128 which faced the woods so it was fairly "private." We used an Encore promo which had us pay for two nites and the 3rd was free. Without question we would stay there again when visiting relatives in Venice. The roads are paved, but get good directions to your site as the roads are tight in areas.
This park is owned and run by the City of Jacksonville. It is a gem! Roads are paved and sites are gravel/sand and quite level. Good walking areas. There is a campground store/restaurant at the RV entrance, but we did not use it. A word of caution. There are trees and lots of them. Unhitch at the main registration area and drive (if towing) to plan your moves. We did OK with the 42' motor home, but pre-planning was essential. You will do OK, but check the campground route and your site. Everyone (staff and campers) were extremely friendly. Without question we would stay another few days on a future trip to the area. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings.
Very easy access from I-77. The campground is clean and dirt/grass sites are fairly level. The owner led us to the site. This is a good spot for a night or longer, if need be. We will stay again. The pull-through are fine for a 42' motor home. As I recall, the Wi-Fi did not function.
We were quite surprised to find this decent park in Carlisle. Sites are grass and gravel. Easy access off the interstate. There are lots of trees, so move cautiously. We did alright with the 42' rig, but planned our attack! The seasonal or permanent sites are removed from the regular sites. Without question we will stay again if looking for an overnight campground.
This is a clean and well maintained campground. As former CT residents we were pleasantly surprised. Sites are gravel or grass. Each spot has a fire ring and picnic table. We camped in site #5 which is in the 30 amp section, but had cable TV. There is another area which has 50 amp, but no cable TV. A word about the cable hook-ups. You need to borrow a box for reception. This is apparently the coming practice at campgrounds (so we were told). The entrance and exit are ok with a motorhome and tow. However, it isn't a speedway, so approach carefully. Owners are friendly and keep a very careful eye on the operation. That's good! Close to route 8. We'll probably stay again when we visit our daughter in southern CT.
This is a very clean, well laid out campground with convenient access to I-81. We only stayed one night so the closeness of the sites really made no difference to us. Roads are paved with gravel RV parking sites. Would certainly stay here in the future if our route warrants it. Pull through sites were very easy to maneuver in and out.
This is another fine GA state park campground. We stayed in site #16 which had ample room for our 42' motorhome. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. The roads are paved with sand/grass sites. Some trees need a bit of trimming so go slowly for overhanging branches. Not too much in the immediate area, but only a 30 minute drive to Savannah. Park and campground hosts are extremely helpful and friendly. We've stayed here previously and will do so in the future.
Rate reflects a monthly charge. We have stayed here several times over the years and it is better without Encore and in the hands of the original owners. For Florida this is a very treed park with its own character. Lots of sites, but each has a scene of privacy (some more than others). Roads are paved with grass sites. Leveling isn't a problem, but needs your attention. Excellent park for walking as the roads wind around the facility. Staff is just great!
This is a relatively new park (19 months) and has been built with us RVers in mind. All roads are paved, concrete sites, picnic tables, BBQ grills, pool, park lighting, pavilion, etc. The lawns and plantings are flourishing under the watchful owners' eyes! In addition, ALL vehicles can be washed at your site. Check out this park as it's beautiful. Good spacing between sites.
While this isn't a resort campground it is very clean, well maintained and priced right. Good for our 42' motorhome without unhooking. The management is very friendly. It is quite convenient to the interstate (20/26). All hook-ups operated well and we would stay again.
This is a very friendly, clean and popular campground. Having full hook-ups is a really fine amenity. The sites are paved as are the roads. Each site has a picnic table, grill and fire ring. The sites are somewhat close to each other, but it worked out ok. The satellite reception was fine. There are many roads for walking. The salt springs have been restored and it is a pleasant place to visit. NO cell phone reception which means a drive of several miles to get in a good zone. Palatka is about 20 minutes away for shopping, public library, etc. This is a national forest so peace and quiet are the rules of the day.
This is a well run County park and the $40 fee reflects a non-resident. Our site was L5 and was heavily treed, no satellite reception here. The roads are paved with sand parking areas which have a picnic table, grill and fire ring. This is a big facility with lots of walking areas. The one caution is the very active shooting range which goes on until about 8 PM. No problem with guns, but it is a bit on the noisy side. The park is very convenient to the interstate.
This is an absolutely wonderful COE campground! We were in pull-through site #24 which was directly on the waterway with a view of the lock. Some sites are on the water and others are across the road. Roads are paved and the sites are concrete with gravel areas with covered picnic table, grill, fire ring and lamp pole. This is a peaceful location and great for walking. Lots of fine boats pass through to the delight of all the campers. The campground is about 8 miles from La Belle which has restaurants, etc. The public library has computers for your use. It has to be said that the COE runs a great system of campgrounds and this is another fine example.
We stayed at this park under their 'three free nights' program. The review format won't accept "$0". No questions asked! This campground is immaculately maintained. While there are sites for RV's and short stays, it is primarily a manufactured home resort. Sites are concrete with roads being paved. There are lots of Canadians. In fact, there are 'English as a second language' classes. The staff is very helpful and provided assistance in backing into a very tight site. We would certainly stay here in the future, with or without the free program.
Elite filed for bankruptcy and this campground is now run by the former owners. This is a great place which we have visited several times. Has paved roads with sand/gravel sites, and lots of treed and open areas. The staff is very friendly. There is a designated area for washing vehicles (cars, trucks, RV's). Has fairly good spacing between sites. One of the hosts leads you to the site and provides assistance, if needed.
This is a real nice campground just off I-95. It's rather small, but clean and extremely well kept. It has paved road and sites. The manager is most helpful and friendly. There was room to walk the dogs. The showers were clean and well lit. We stayed one night, but it could easily be used for longer periods of time.
Yikes! Granted it was a cold and rainy late afternoon when we arrived, but dirt, mud, and all sorts of old RV's and general poor surroundings are the norm. We needed one night right off the interstate, and this campground was listed so we took it. Might stay there again if needed, but don't look for a vacation spot. Road through campground is paved with dirt sites.
A great COE campground with full hook-ups. We had a pull-through site which gave us plenty of room. The roads are paved and the driveways are concrete and level. Each site has a grill, table, fire ring and lamp pole. The hosts were most helpful and friendly. Everything was maintained very well with excellent walking roads and paths. Even in November it was warm and sunny, which made for a wonderful visit. We would love to visit again! Demopolis has stores and restaurants. Kora's Place for southern cooking!
This is a very fine state park and the Federal Senior Pass is honored. The roads and sites are paved. Each site has a table, grill and fire ring. We were in a pull-thru site (#4) which, as other reviews have mentioned, requires some maneuvering to get the water and electric hooked up. In order to be on the hook-up side would have the door on the rig open to the road, not the site amenities. We drove in the opposite direction and finally got the water/electric to reach. One section has 50 amp service, which was installed after Katrina. The view of the Lake is magnificent! Taking the Causeway into New Orleans is convenient. This is truly swampland and the grass areas stayed damp the entire two weeks. Walking in this park is excellent. Mandeville has plenty of places to shop and eat.
Another well maintained COE campground. Our site (#47) was a huge back-in with plenty of space until the next site. Each site has a fire ring, grill, table and lamp pole. The lake surrounds the campground, although not all sites are on the water. The restroom and laundry were clean, but out dated. There is a covered trash pail at each site. The roads are paved and sites are gravel. Very good park for walking. The hosts were very helpful and friendly. We had trees, but a miracle occurred when our rooftop dish worked! Someone should be responsible for cleaning out the fire rings.
We have stayed here several times as it is easily reached from I-81. The campground is very well run, clean and fine for a big rig. The roads and sites are gravel and level. The staff is helpful and will escort you to the appropriate site.
Another example of KOA's love affair with trees. etting in and out is somewhat challenging, and would be greatly facilitated if some well positioned trees were eliminated. The staff is very helpful and gave us an "easier" site as we were having engine problems. We had a pull-through, which was level and gravel. The sites are very close to one another. It must be said that this campground is extremely easy to reach, as it is directly off the I-81 exit.
We thoroughly enjoyed our three days at this campground. The owners are fairly strict on adherence to the rules: visitor check-in, dog care, etc. But, in retrospect, this is good as it keeps up the place and aids in everyone's security. We had a back-in right on the river and I mean a river site! Wonderful, large stone surrounded firepit. Site was shady and gravel. No Dish reception due to trees, but the cable was ok ($3). Sites are fairly close, but we easily had guests outside with the picnic table and firepit. The grounds are very clean with flowers, shrubs and trees. This is more of an adult place as our nephews were the only children. But this was NOT frowned upon by anyone.
This is a convenient campground off the main highway. Sites are tight, but ours was an OK back-in for the 42' motor home. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring, although the ring was too close to the rig to risk a fire. The water is in view from most sites, but you can request a spot directly facing the shore. It is a clean and seemingly well-run place. You can walk into town. The sewer hose needed an extension due to the distance, so be prepared.
There are several areas for camping. We were in site #210 which is the electrical (30 amp) section. Some of the sites are in open, non-treed areas, while others are more private with trees on all sides (210 being one of them). Our 42' motorhome was fine backing-in and on the roads. Roads are paved with gravel sites. Picnic tables and fire rings are provided. There are numerous walking trails throughout the park. Showers are clean and can get busy in the morning. Drinking water faucets are available around the facility. This is a beautiful, well run, clean and not to be forgotten park. I should mention that the restaurant described in one review is closed. A concession stand is nearby.
We've stayed here before as the park is right off the interstate. It's clean, well run and has lots of activities such as swimming, water slide and outdoor theater. The roads and sites are gravel. The entrance/exit could use tree and boulder removal, as well as branch trimming. Someone leads you to your site.
Yikes! This is a campground in need of serious attention through cleaning, painting, repairing, etc. It served the purpose of one night just off the turnpike. Many people going to Freightliner stay there.
This is one fine Corps of Engineers facility. Constant maintenance taking place--cleaning, trimming, improving, etc. We were in pull-thru site #32 which was fine for our motorhome. This is a campground where satellite reception may be difficult, particularly roof mounted systems. However, #32 was surprisingly excellent. Roads are paved and all sites have grill, fire ring and lantern pole. The restroom/shower was across the road from us and was just painted. Cell phone reception is non-existent unless you go to the Pine Hill section. Not much in Ft. Gaines with more big stores in Eufala, AL.
We were in a back-in site (#2) which was perfect for our motorhome. The lower number loop is more open with less trees so the satellite reception was excellent. We were right on the lake. Restroom/shower was clean, but old. A new facility was being completed and must be open at this time. Good dog walking as all roads are paved. The sites are gravel and level. Each site has a grill, fire ring and lantern pole. A word about the ants. We put Comet cleanser and sprayed (ant spray from Wal-Mart) around wheels and electrical/water lines. The campground maintenance crew also put a powder around ALL sites. The end result was two ants inside. Maybe the warmer weather will bring them out in force, but we were ok. The Corps of Engineers has performed their normal good upkeep through tree cutting, branch trimming, etc.
A truly fantastic park! While there is no grass and flowering shrubs, the setting of the park is what appealed to us. We stayed here on our way to Fruita and on our return trip. The Lakeview section has full hook-ups, while other sections appear to have electric and water only. The sites are level concrete with grills, fire rings and picnic tables. Some tables are covered. the roads are gravel. The park is surrounded by mountains which make the setting spectacular. Due to this fact there is no cell phone reception which requires a 3 mile drive to get out of the mountains. The staff is friendly and helpful and there is a computer for campers use at the office. Beware of the CO state park fees on vehicles. We had to buy passes for the motorhome and towed car.
This is a park and campground owned and operated by the city of Brush. The first night is free, second $10. One directory states there are 60 sites, but I don't know how 60 RVs would fit. We parallel parked along a row of trees where the hook-ups are located. The entire campground is gravel and level. It is actually like a large parking lot with hook-ups along the edges. The park is adjacent to the campground and is all grass. This is a convenient location, not necessarily a "vacation" spot. But the price is right as the first night is FREE!
There are a limited number of full hook-up sites available and they appear to be separate from the lake area. We had full hook-ups in the Linder Point section. The sites are concrete with picnic tables and fire rings. The roads are paved. The sites in the Linder Point area are quite close together (more so than in other Corps Of Engineers camp grounds). Good dog walking on the road in our section. Site was level and ok for our 42' motorhome.
Extremely convenient to the PA Turnpike. The overnight section is in the middle surrounded by the permanent/seasonal sites. What the campground needs is a major fix-up (paint/repair the hook-ups, mow the grass, fill the pot holes, paint the tables, etc.).Our 42' motorhome got in and out without a problem. In summary, the campground appearance and facilities need improvement. We got a Good Sam discount.
The road to the campground is narrow and winding. The campground itself sits on a hill and the sites are very close together. The site was level and gravel. There are picnic tables and grills. It is a clean park and, for us, was fine for one night. We got a Good Sam discount.
This is a very nice COE park and even in October it was crowded with mostly retirees. It reminded us of a small village with lots of walkers, camp fires, Halloween decorations, party lights, etc. We used our Senior pass. We had a back-in site which was somewhat challenging for a 42' motorhome. Our site (#83) was quite unlevel and required blocks of wood to reach correction. There were lots of trees, but surprisingly the Dish worked! The sites are gravel with a picnic table, grill and fire ring. Roads are paved. Very good for dog walking. We truly enjoyed our three days.
This is a no frills campground conveniently located in Independence. We visited the Truman museum and home. All sites are back-in and close to the adjoining space. It is clean and well maintained. There are picnic tables, but I'd be hesitant to grill as smoke would surely drift into the next rig. It is owned and operated by the large church at the entrance. The dogs were easily walked around the property.
We intended to stay at the nearby state park, but left after we saw the poorly maintained place. A drive across the Kanopolis Lake dam brought us to this Corps of Engineers (COE) park. What a difference! This is a large and well maintained COE facility. As it was off season the daily fee was $4, but with our senior pass we paid $2. We had the D section with no neighbors and a view of the lake. We were able to get Dish reception, although there are trees. Watch for unlevel sites. This is probably the one problem at the campground. While staying at the park we drove to Abilene to visit the Eisenhower museum. Each site is gravel with a picnic table, grill and fire ring. The roads are paved. For a big rig the dump station exit is a bit tight. Our site was an easy back-in, although there are pull-thrus.
This state park is right off I-225, and has concrete pads and paved roads. It was raining and cold so I can't say alot about the facilities. It is a large campground with plenty of room between sites. The grass needed mowing so it had the appearance of being unkept. But as with other CO state parks I doubt this is the case. The host stopped to chat as I walked the dogs and he was one of the nicest people you could ever meet. It is very big rig friendly.
This is a beautiful and extremely well maintained park. The landscaping is tremendous. The sites are concrete and level with grill, fire rings and covered picnic tables. The roads are paved. If you have dogs this is a great campground for walking. We were in site #40 which was well situated as there were no other sites in front of us as we sat to look from the outside area. The Colorado River flows along the campground. The host we got to visit with was very friendly and had plenty of firewood. The park is very close to shopping and restaurants, in fact you could walk. It is also well situated to Colorado National Monument, The Arches (Moab, UT), Palisades. Fruita is a small town with grocery shopping, drug store, etc. Fiesta Guadalajara is a fine Mexican restaurant. Beware of the vehicle fees for state parks. One is charged for the RV as well as the tow car. We continued to use the passes we had purchased in Rifle. I-70 is very close, although not close enough to be a nuisance.
This is a beautiful and well maintained state park! We stayed in the South Shore section which has level concrete pads, picnic tables, grills and fire rings. The roads are paved and are great for dog walking. We were not in the peak of the season and were able to have a great space overlooking the lake with few other rvs. The sites are spacious with low trees and shrubs. We easily backed into the space and kept our car in the front as this is a big rig friendly park.
Convenience of this facility is unexcelled. We spent the night and drove right over to the diesel truck pumps. This is a service provided by Ohio and has 12-15 sites with 15 amp service and water. We easily backed our 42' motorhome into the spot and parked the car next to it with plenty of room to spare. I cannot speak of the rest stop restaurant or bathrooms. Payment is made into a box upon which a parking pass is given. Close to the highway and trucks entering the fuel and rest area, but we slept well.No other RVs were present.
I hesitate to say "typical" of KOA, but this campground is old, unlevel, very treed, tight and overpriced. It really isn't big rig friendly as the roads are narrow and in extreme need of tree elimination and trimming. It is a clean park with paved roads with gravel or dirt sites. One shouldn't have to plan the exit out of the site in order to avoid trees. The 8-9 miles from the interstate are long hilly miles. The staff is friendly and the store is very well stocked. This campground needs a real facelift to bring it up to today's standards.
This is a COE campground. It should be noted that the review under "Hayneville" is incorrect as the town is Camden. The roads are paved and the sites are concrete and very level. Each site has a picnic table, bbq grill, fire ring, lantern post, and gravel patio. Some sites have a wooden deck leading to the gravel patio. This is an extremely big rig friendly park with pull- through sites and many back-ins that easily accommodate large rigs. The staff is wonderful and very helpful. No firewood available at the park, but the hosts will get someone to deliver it for a modest price. Shopping is about 12 miles into the center of Camden. We took short trips around the area and day trips to Selma and Montgomery. There is a small marina and restaurant about two miles from the campground. Most of the campers brought boats which can be launched at the park. The daily rate was via the senior park pass.
This is a very nice, small campground that is easily accessed. The roads and sites are gravel and level. Each site has a picnic table. Somewhat close to the next site, but ok. We visited the Andrew Johnson Presidential museum in Greenville, which is about 12 miles from the campground. The campground staff is very friendly and there is a driving range on the premises.
As with the other Georgia parks we have visited, this park is very well maintained. We stayed in the West rim which is away from the canyon. While the park is not "unfriendly" to big rigs it is challenging. We made it to a pull-thru site although the rim road is tight with some curves. Our site was not level and we noticed that others were the same. The roads are paved with gravel sites that have picnic tables, bbq grills, fire rings and lantern posts. The park is wooded and the canyon view is spectacular. We went to a lookout area, but there are hiking trails. There is also an 18 hole disc golf course. We had never seen this before and watched lots of people playing. The road up from I-59 is mountainous--steep with lots of curves. We did fine in the 42' MH and certainly proceeded up and down with caution. We stayed several days as this is truly a fine park.
This is a very well maintained park with a good layout. Our 42' MH had no problems. Excellent satellite reception. The roads are paved, and the sites are cement with bbq grills and picnic tables. Lots of families, which is nice, and it is very quiet at night. The campground is close to shopping and restaurants. The beach is about four miles distance. From I-65 it is approximately one hour. We stayed longer than expected as we were enjoying the campground and area. The staff is very pleasant. For those interested there are tennis courts.
This is a very nice campground. Sites are gravel and level with paved roads. It is very well laid out and has a friendly staff. Our 42' MH was fine and we maneuvered around without problems. Easy access to I-75 and Chattanooga downtown. We stayed longer than expected as the park was in full bloom and we felt very comfortable there.
This was our second visit. Our 42' MH was fine for the park. We did not need to unhook in the pull thru site. It is apparent that the campground continues to keep up improvements such as a new or refurbished swimming pool, tree and limb trimming, new sand for the playground, etc. No sewer hook-ups are available. Easy access to I-81.
This park is big rig friendly, but with care and caution. Our 42' motorhome had to be gently driven into the site as the hook-ups and picnic table were very close. Tow had to be unhooked as the site wasn't long enough. Campground is well maintained, clean and nicely landscaped. As for a low tree site and the dish works fine. Paved and gravel roads.
This park is directly on the Mississippi River and has made significant upgrades since our last visit two years ago. It is very big rig friendly with pull throughs that do not require unhooking the tow. Class A's are in one section with C's and 5th wheels in another. Roads and sites are gravel with grass between. Garbage is picked-up three times at day at your site. All sites point toward the River. Landscaping improvements make this a very beautiful campground. The owners and staff are very helpful and friendly. There is an escort to your site.
We stayed in a spot directly behind the office which was a big rig friendly site. I cannot speak for the primary campground area on the other side of the lake. The park is convenient to the interstate. The road is gravel, sites level with plenty of grass. The main campground looks beautiful.
This is a large, clean park with many seasonal or permanent residents. We were in the upper section, so I cannot speak for the other area. It is big rig friendly, but some sites are not good due to the branches. The sites are level with grass between. All roads are paved. The grass could have been mowed, picnic tables stained/painted, etc. The cable has a very large number of channels. We spent two nights.
This is certainly not a vacation destination, but is right off I-10. It is clean, but old (tired). The roads and sites are gravel with a picnic table and trash barrel at each. It is big rig friendly, but most pull throughs will require unhooking the tow. We must have been tired, as the interstate didn't bother us. The gentleman at the office leaves in the campground and was quite friendly. The campground is large and serviceable and met our need for an overnight spot.
This is an excellent park. It is extremely well maintained and very clean. The roads are gravel and the pads are concrete. Each site has a picnic table in a covered patio area. Sites 20 & 21 are very big rig friendly, but all the sites are pull throughs. The park is right off I-25. It is a very quite location and well suited for walks. We stayed nine days and enjoyed every minute. The volunteer staff is very friendly and helpful.
This is a clean park with gravel roads and sites. It is big rig friendly. We had a pull through with plenty of length for the tow. There isn't much room between sites. The wifi is for use at the office, although it wasn't working during our stay. We spent two nights as we went to Roswell and the UFO Museum.
This is a new campground and extremely well maintained. The roads are paved with concrete pads. It is very convenient to I-40. All the sites are close together on hilly terrain, but the pads are level. The park is big rig friendly with an escort to your site.
This campground is very convenient to I-44 and is very big rig friendly. Our site was extremely easy to enter and exit with a tow. The sites are gravel, large and with plenty of grass between each other. There appeared to be a fair amount of seasonals, but they are not with the others. The staff is very helpful. We had excellent dish reception. The campground is right on historic Rt. 66.
This is a big rig friendly campground. The sites are gravel, level with grass between. The area has trees, but all are trimmed for access. This is a very clean and well maintained campground. It is right on Rt.66 and very convenient to I-55. Stayed two days and visited the President Lincoln museum, Statehouse, etc.
Although we got our 42' motorhome into the site, it was a challenge. The site was too short for the tow. Trees made entering and leaving the site very difficult. Roads and sites are dirt and rough. The campground is quite a distance from the interstate and the access is via a hilly, narrow country road. It would appear that the campground is about 95% seasonal.
This is a big campground with lots of activities and sections. There is a big rig area. We did not use any facilities, but did drive along the coast as the campground is well situated. While there were many campers in every section it was extremely quiet at night. Our 42' motorhome was fine for Bayley's. For families and those who like constant goings-on this is a fine place. For us it was too crowded and busy.
The new electric/water sites are very large. They back up to a wooded area and face out onto an open field. Plenty of space between sites in this section. The 12 or so sites in this area are excellent for large rigs, but the short access road to these sites is rough for a large motorhome. We did fine going in, but going out was a problem due to trees. We drove our car to the top of the park for a beautiful view of Camden and the ocean.
This campground is a real gem! Every site has a view of the bay. It is not an activity centered campground, which was perfect for us. Showers were very clean. Each site has a fire ring, grill and picnic table. All sites are grass and our's was level. Cable hook-ups are available on some sites, but reception is terrible. The satellite dish worked magnificently. Lubec is a very small town with a couple of restaurants, grocery store, gas station, etc. We drove over the international bridge to Compobello Island to visit the Roosevelt summer cottage. We have a 42' motorhome and had no problem at the campground.
This is a well run COE campground. There are 11 basic sites, 11 premium sites with electric (30 amp)and water, and 2 lean-to shelters. There is a dump station. The sites are private and surrounded by trees, but backing a big rig into some sites can be difficult due to trees and large rocks. We stayed in #9 with a 42' MH. If you like quiet, this is the place. The hosts were very friendly and helpful.
We stayed here due to the proximity to I-95. It was cold, raining and late so none of the amenities were used. Sites are very close to one another. We needed two sewer hoses to reach the drain. There is highway noise, but it didn't bother us. Paved roads with gravel sites. This is a good on/off stop.
A young couple has purchased this campground and are quickly making improvements and remodeling. The wife directed us into our site which had a picnic table and fire ring. It is hilly, but the sites are level. Paved roads and gravel sites. Extremely friendly owners. This will become a first rate campground due to their efforts. It is very clean.
This was our second visit. The sites are very large, treed, picnic tables & grills. The roads are paved and the sites are dirt/sand. Laundry (one w/d)and restrooms are clean and not too much of a walk. We love this place, but the "no seeums" (gnats) were very much in evidence this time. At the entrance is Ft. McAllister, a Confederate museum and fort. Very special and well kept. It's a very long walk from the campground.
The Outback portion of Tanglewood is exclusively for rv's. The other sections are permanent homes, which are extremely well kept. RV sites are large with concrete pads and picnic tables. We didn't use the club house which has lots of activities. There is a large pool. Both are quite distant from the campground. Showers are clean. Garbage is picked-up twice a week at your site. Roads are all paved. The Outback could use more landscaping. There are palms, etc., but not much between sites. We were in site #846.