This campground has the potential to be a lovely place. Unfortunately, even though the lake where it sits is beautiful and the over-all location is a nice rustic setting, the sandy sites (with lots of ants waiting to get into your rig) and the unkempt sites in the rear of the park detract from this pretty natural setting. The best sites are 44-47 (lake front) and we had a very nice long, wooded, shaded site there. The owner, could not be friendlier and is working to upgrade the park and keep the ants in control. The bathrooms and showers, although older, are spotless and the laundry, although small, is clean. Be aware that there is no camp store on the premises and the nearest grocery store is 3 miles away.
This park is beautifully landscaped and exceptionally well maintained. Although it is a bit of a distance for sight seeing in Charleston, it is not a difficult drive and our stay of 8 nights was most enjoyable. The sites are spacious with nice level concrete pads. We had plenty of room for our 33' motorhome and car on a dolly on our pull-thru site. Fuel and a supermarket are less than 1/4 mile away. The staff were all knowledgeable and extremely friendly and helpful. The only drawback that we found was that the laundry is a bit small for the size of the park. We were sorry to have to leave this park and we highly recommend it.
This is an extremely well-maintained campground in a lovely natural setting but off the beaten track. We had a lovely, long, level concrete site in the pull through section of the park with a beautiful view of the farm across the way. The laundry and shower facilities are clean but are not adequate for the size of the campground. However, it appears that most people are staying only 2-3 days. There is a great pool and recreation area for family campers to enjoy. We stayed here because of its proximity to Calloway Gardens but would not have chosen it otherwise. It appears to be a great get away for the locals rather than a destination for long distance travelers and is rather pricey for what it provides.
We stayed one night on our way through to Atlanta. There were long, level, shaded pull through sites which accommodated our motorhome with car on dolly comfortably. There is no camp store but there is shopping nearby. The store on-sight has a nice variety of gifts. There is a week-end flea market adjoining the property. The laundry facilities are clean and well-organized. This is a convenient and inviting place to stop off of I-75 with easy on and off access.
This clean, well-maintained park is directly off of US-41 but is not particularly close to anything. It is mostly occupied by long term rentals in well-kept units, but transients are made very welcome. The campground overlooks the Little Manattee River by way of a two-level deck with picnic tables and fishing facilities. There are long, level pull-through sites which accommodated our motorhome with car on dolly with room to spare. The interior roads are paved and our site, of crushed coral, had a concrete patio. The large clubhouse has great facilities and a large library. The only two negatives: 1)there is no on-sight campground store and the nearest Walmart and food stores are approximately 20 plus minutes away; 2)a major train line runs parallel to route 41, with several crossings near-by making you aware of the several trains per day and night passing through.
This is a manufactured home community with a very nice campground section off by itself and transient campers are made very welcome. The roads, of crushed shells, are wide with adequate room to maneuver and we had no difficulty negotiating the road to our site. There are no pull-through sites here, but we had plenty of room to back into our spacious, level site. Our site backed up to a canal inhabited by native birds and we were surrounded by tropical foliage. There are two ponds with ducks and swans in the park as well as a variety of lovely species of tropical birds in cages to admire. Don't miss the nearby beach! Although you can walk there we suggest bringing your bikes (or you can rent one) to ride the half-mile to enjoy collecting shells and wading on the beach. There are also bike trails throughout the island and most of the locals seems to make use of them rather than go by car. We stayed in this beautiful tropical paradise only 5 days and look forward to returning in the future.
The entrance to this campground is very well marked and easy to find and this is possibly one of the most inviting campgrounds we have ever stayed at. We were sorry to leave at the end of our three nights. This park is very well laid out to allow easy access from the paved roads to each site and is exceptionally well maintained. Our long, level pull-through had a concrete pad and was nicely landscaped. The staff was extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful. There is a large, clean and well-equipped laundry room near the pool and the restrooms are clean and neat. We would be happy to stay here again.
The long, level, gravel pull-through sites and easy access from I-95 make this a great place for a one night stopover. Being escorted to the site, having daily garbage pick-up and easy access to two fuel stations as you enter or leave the campground add to the convenience. The staff is friendly and efficient and the camp store had many interesting items.
The owners of this campground are nearing retirement and the campground is showing its age also. However, the owners are friendly and accommodating and, for a one night stay, it is adequate. Our pull-through site was level and long enough that we did not have to unhook the car. The rate we paid was very reasonable and the park is situated for easy on and off I-95. Because of its convenient location we stayed both going and coming to Florida.
We spent one night here on our way through and had requested a pull-through site when we made our reservation 2 months previous to our arrival. Although they had our reservation noted, when we pulled in at the office, the owner wasn't sure if he had a site available for us as the sites had been given to Campground America members who had arrived without reservations. We were finally given the last pull-thru site, which at their own admission, was not one they usually had anyone use because it was VERY un-level. Although the owners were friendly and tried to be helpful we were not pleased with the arrangements, but didn't have much choice so made do with the one night stay, after leveling the best that we could. We would not recommend this campground because it appears that they are very disorganized and need a better reservation system. It appears that this was a long-term park that is in the process of being turned into a campground, but, at present, it is not particularly appealing though it has some potential to be.
We spent 12 nights at this unique and pleasant RV park. Most of the sites are seasonal, but there are 15 transient sites available surrounding a picturesque pond in the marshes. The manager could not have been more friendly or accommodating. Laundry facilities were minimal, at best - one washer and one dryer for the entire park. Although hot during our visit there was an almost constant refreshing breeze. Located somewhat off of the main route through the Outer Banks this park is not hard to find and is only minutes from Rt 64, 158, and 12. We had a most enjoyable and relaxing stay here. Without a doubt we would return.
Great campground. Easy on and off Rt 64. Close to Williamsburg and attractions. We had a good, level pull-through and liked the angled, staggered arrangement. Relatively busy but quiet. Friendly staff. More than adequate laundry area -- clean and neat. Waterslide and pool looked inviting although we did not take advantage of them. Would return without question. Camped here 8 nights.
We stayed here only one night, in the rain, on the way to our destination. The owner was very friendly and helpful, escorting us to our site. Because of the weather we couldn't make much judgement on this campground but it appeared to be mostly seasonal campers and well-kept grounds.
This is a very well-kept campground in lovely wooded surroundings. The owners are cordial and welcoming and, over the past five years, have been rehabilitating and upgrading the facilities and are on an aggressive program to continue to make needed improvements. The laundry is small but clean but the restrooms, which are scheduled for renovation this winter, are presently inadequate for the size of the campground. The sites are large and roomy but not always level. The pond and pool are clean and inviting and there are many family oriented activities such as a scavenger hunt, balloon twisting etc. The campground is easy to access from I-91. We would definitely stay here again.
We had a spacious, long, level pull-through site here and the staff couldn't have been friendlier. However, it is mostly seasonal and more like a poorly kept mobile home park than a campground. The laundry was newly renovated with clean, well maintained machines and the restrooms are supposedly slated for renovation. Access to the park from I-89 is easy on, easy off. In respect to the price and no sewer hookups and the general condition of the grounds we would not return to this campground.
This is a large well-maintained campground with roomy, big grass sites some of which have trees. It has a well supplied campstore and a great playground for children, which is in excellent condition and very inviting. The staff is friendly and helpful and the campground is close to several points of interest. Watch carefully for the signs for the campground on Route 37. They are small and a bit confusing as to where to turn. This campground has only 1 pull-through site but their back-in sites in the 70's have a beautiful view overlooking the river.
We found the proprietors of this campground to be extremely helpful and friendly. We were escorted around the park and given our choice of sites. The lower field (suitable for big rigs) had a beautiful view of the St. Lawrence River. We chose a pull-through site in the wooded area which was level and large. We were in the midst of several seasonal sites but they were well-maintained and the people were welcoming and friendly. We stayed six nights and would not hesitate to return if in the area. The only drawback we found was that they do not accept credit cards.