2012 comments pretty well cover our experience. We stay here when we travel through the area on our way to or from vacation. We have always found that there are sites available. The free 2 hour CONTINUOUS internet was good. Cable was good, but with limited channels. There was rain before our visit so hookup area was a little muddy. Gravel parking was level and concrete patio pad was usefully large. The menu at the general store had a good selection of hot meals and sandwiches. I cannot comment on the quality as we has only a limited sample.
Clean campground with generally level sites and heavy pine tree cover. Roads and sites are dirt so they can be muddy in rain. It rained hard while we were here and water drained away and surface dried up quickly. Very good cable TV and generally good WiFi. Site map shows about 8 sites on the Saco River, but river access is over large boulders. Two narrow paths between sites lead to the river beach.
Nice very clean park with helpful staff. Sites are level gravel parking with grass social area. Tall trees make satellite reception spotty. Good but limited cable (e.g: no ESPN or PBS). Very good WiFi even at sites away from the office. Good laundry with new machines. Office staff was helpful with directions to avoid bridges that are being replaced after being washed out by a hurricane. We would return when visiting the region.
Nice park with friendly and helpful staff. Good power, cable and WiFi. Sites are compact but large enough to be comfortable. We had a heavy rain and the site and roads dried up quickly. Convenient to area attractions and the staff was helpful with information and discounts. We will stay again the next time we are in the area.
This is the third time we have stayed at this campground while visiting family, and it is apparent that the facilities are deteriorating. The bright and shiny decorative things shown on the website are now broken and dingy. The camp is about two thirds long term and permanent campers, but there were lots of temporary sites available when we stayed. The campground is under a heavy growth of pine trees so the dirt sites are not level and are lumpy with tree roots. Interior roads are dirt and narrow. Big rigs could be a problem. There is constant loud noise from the Interstate, which is only about 500 feet away. Particularly jarring is the screech when a vehicle goes over a short piece of rough pavement. The trees preclude satellite TV and the cable is sometimes pretty good but at other times is very snowy and unwatchable. Wi-Fi is good but only near the office. I was unable to connect at my site. We were here on weekdays and electric power was only 108 volts with the A/C running. I do not know what it would be when the campground is fully populated. The pool is clean and there are some new inflatable items for kids in the playground. The next time we visit this area we will look for another campground.
Pleasant, friendly campground. Mostly level, roomy, grass only sites. Some shaded. Planned activity for children and miniature golf, paved basketball court and playground. Friendly, helpful staff. Touring in area includes Hudson Valley homes of F.D.R, artists Thomas Cole and Frederick Church and the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome vintage aircraft museum and airshow. Good TV cable and WiFi. Although somewhat pricy, a good place to stay in the area.
We stayed in this campground as an alternative to the crowds when we visited Frankenmuth, 5 miles down the road. The staff is friendly and helpful. The campground has mostly pull through sites with level gravel parking and wide grass area. There were small ant hills at the site but they did not bother us. Interior roads are narrow but straight so big rigs can enter and exit with minimum difficulty. Most sites are under trees so satellite reception can be difficult but we got reception through a gap in the trees with our portable dish. We will use this campground again.
Clean campground with level, gravel parking. Sites are close side to side, but parking is staggered front to back so you are not right next to your neighbor. Extending an awning might cause a problem for your neighbor entering his site, but extending an awning into an adjoining occupied site is no problem. Wi-Fi connections are good. Campground is convenient to the city of Columbus. This campground is used mainly by short term transients with no permanent occupants. Staff was always available and very friendly and helpful. We stayed over the independence day holiday and were charged an unexpected additional fee above the regular charge. We would stay here again.
Clean campground with level gravel sites, most separated by grass strips. We arrived after 4 days of rain so the grass was "squishy", but was firm enough to walk on. We knew before arriving that we would have to move after the first night and that went without any problems. OTA TV is poor here, but satellite access is good. Staff was helpful with information about the area attractions. We would stay here again.
Quiet friendly campground with a helpful staff. Easy entry and exit to mainly back in sites, but we were able to get one of the few pull through sites without a reservation. Convenient place to stop before entering Canada.
Friendly park with helpful staff. Mainly seasonal residents near to facilities. Shaded level sites but exposed tree roots made walking and leveling difficult. Very noisy due to being located next to the interstate with a small bridge that made a screeching sound. Roads within the park are straight and easy but the many pine trees made entering the campsite difficult. Owner told us that the park was not set up for rigs over about 40 feet. Wi-Fi not operational at the campsite but good reception under the shelter by the office. Very poor and snowy cable TV reception. Satellite reception difficult because of trees.