This large campground has all the amenities, including a friendly and helpful staff. The paved and level sites which can easily accommodate the largest rigs are close together and lined up like a parking lot, but there are trees. Most camping rigs seem to be placed permanently. It is very convenient to Williamsburg and I-64. Good wi-fi and cell phone coverage.
This is a rural, wooded, family owned and operated campground in a scenic area about a mile off the Blue Ridge Parkway. There were many activities for the family including a pancake breakfast for Father's Day. The level, graveled sites easily accommodate big rigs. Many of the camping rigs seem to be placed permanently. There was spotty cell phone coverage and no wi-fi, just dial up service at the office. The staff was very helpful and operated a good campground store. The nearest Wal-Mart was 15 miles away. A live band was allowed to play past 10 p.m. on weekend nights.
This was our 4th visit to this beautiful, wooded, campground hideaway less than a mile off the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is family owned and operated; has an immaculate, modern bath house and laundry room; spacious, level, graveled sites which can easily accommodate big rigs; but spotty cell phone coverage and no Wi-Fi.
This is a family owned and operated campground in a beautiful, secluded, natural area less than a mile off the Blue Ridge parkway. The wooded sites are ideal for tents and pop-ups, but rather tight for our 27' 5th wheel. Everything was very clean. Hanging baskets of flowers added to the beauty. Great place to get away from it all since there is no wi-fi or cell phone coverage. The staff is very helpful. Need cash, credit cards not accepted.
We liked this campground because of its woodsy look and because it is off the beaten path. Less experienced drivers may have difficulty getting in and out because of the many trees and curving roads in the campground. There are many interesting places to visit within an hour's drive.
This is a quiet campground in a rural setting. It has manicured grounds and is a great place to relax. The restrooms were spotless. The sites were easy to get in and out of. There are plenty of interesting things to do and see within an hour's drive. We stayed a week and hated to leave.
This campground is in a beautiful and remote area which appealed to us. It is an old campground though with very narrow sites unsuitable for rigs with slide outs. Our 27 foot fifth wheel with one slide out would not fit and we ended up leaving.
This family owned and operated campground is very convenient to I-81. The bath house was sparkling clean, and the sloping country landscape was beautifully manicured. Extra picnic tables and BBQ grills were scattered through out the grounds giving it a very cosy atmosphere. There was no additional charge for WiFi internet service or drive through sites. A driving range on the premises beckoned me. We wished we could have stayed several days.
This is a nice campground in a beautiful mountain hollow. The staff escorted us to our site and helped us get backed in. The restrooms were very clean. There are many attractions nearby for day trips. The only problem was a very strong and constant sewer odor in certain areas of the campground (near our site). We mentioned this to the staff and they looked around a bit, but the odor was not eliminated. This sort of spoiled our experience there.
We stayed here 10 nights and were completely satisfied in every way. This is a quiet, family oriented campground without alot of frills which add to the cost. It is on the Gatlinburg trolley route which offers many attractions in addition to being the gateway to the Smokey Mountain National Park. The campground was very clean and the staff was always friendly and helpful. The murmer of the nearby stream lulled us to sleep each night. We didn't want to leave!
This is a friendly, family run campground. It is sparkling clean and beautiful. No frills, just a wonderful, relaxing place in a great location only a stones throw off the Blue Ridge Parkway. A place to visit over and over again.
When we arrived we could see evidence of recent digging and work on the sewer line. Raw sewage flowed "big time" from our neighbor's sewer and across our campsite the last 2 mornings we were there. Other campsites also had sewage flowing out of the ground sewage connection pipe. The management claimed to be working on the problem, but continued to fill the sites around and uphill from us. We complained loudly and were given a refund for one night. We had so much extra work when we arrived home to sanitize our rig. This was our first and will be our only visit to KOA campgrounds.