We stayed here one night but would gladly stay here again. Spaces were long, a little narrow, but level. Office personnel were friendly and hospitable, she met us at our site and made sure our wheels were on the most level spot. Cable for TV was at the site and plenty of it. Restrooms were exceptionally clean and showers were spotless. There were a lot of workers living here but their spaces were well kept.
This is what I would call a "primitive" campground which was OK with us. Large sites, needed to level, side to side, front to rear level. We used the pool, very nice. Had shower buildings, clean and well kept. Wi-Fi was a hot spot but didn't use it. Office personnel were very friendly, being from the south I appreciate the "southern hospitality". The roads were rough due to construction. We stayed one night and would stay again.
Spent two days here. It was more like a state park setting than a private park. Lots of trees, huge lots, even though there were a lot of families, the kids were very well behaved. It was a great place to base from to see the area which is beautiful. The owners were outstanding. My wife is a quilter and asked about quilting shops and she put her in touch with a lady who lives here in the park for the summer who quilts. Needless to say my wife was happy and when she is happy I am happy. I highly recommend this place. Obtw, fishing is good on the Battenkill.
We have spent many overnights here on our way to and from Yuma, Arizona. This is an outstanding park. Can't believe they have such a small rate. It just went up from $25 which it was for years. It is an adult park and every aspect of it is well maintained. Has a nice big place to exercise a dog. Spaces are large, level and easy to access. Owners are some of the friendliest and helpful we have run into. I highly recommend this park.
Spending a month here. Have traveled over 6000 miles RVing across a lot of the US and this park has been the most disappointing. After reading the other reviews I have to agree with them both good and bad. My experience: small sites, rest rooms clean but it is cold now, the windows have been taken out and if there is heat it does no good. I paid $20 to use them which I never have had to do before. (I stayed at a park in VT for a month, they did not charge and the restrooms were much nicer than these). One has to back out of the pull through sites. No big thing, but why put a rig in a pull through if you cannot pull through? The park is close to my daughter's place whom we are here to visit, but we will be moving to another park for the next month. Glad I did not pay for two months. This is probably a good overnight park. Will not be returning next year when we will again be visiting family.