This is the way a campground should be. Wide,long sites in the trees. Plenty of room for big rigs,we stayed in a 40' 5th wheel. Nice nature trails,lake,restrooms and staff. As an added bonus,they have Direct TV dishes throughout the park and the hookup right at your site pole. No having to set up your own dish. Only drawback was the shower heads in the showers could use updating. Shower was good but I am used to our oxygenics shower head. We will be going back.
Very nice campground.We stayed after Labor Day so it was very quiet. There are seasonal campers still left. Seems like a place for families as they have a huge playground,pool, hiking trails and a big lake that you can rent paddle boats for. They also rent the big pedal cars for the kids. Has everything a family would need. Will definitely stay here again when in the area. We have a 40' 5'er and had lots of room even when unhooked.
It's a nice campground,but rated it a 7 due to no sewer hook ups. Large sites in the trees. Roads in and out easy for our 40' fifth wheel. Trees are trimmed high. If you like a dark night this is the place. Quiet time is 10pm and it was very quiet at that time. We will go back.
Very nice campground. Lots of large, shady, pull through sites. Even though only 30 amp service we never had a problem with everything on. They have a small railroad that they are restoring. Restroom/showers are being remodeled. They have a large tent area for groups. Will be back.
Nice park, lots of trees, wide sites. All sites are on grass/sandy but easy to get level. Close to the SC State fair, dining and Wal-mart. Friendly owner staff. Would stay there again. They do have a sign that says "bath house" by the building but never used it.
Nice park,off the beaten path but easy to find following their signs. Wi-Fi is at the office only. Sites are grassy so not always level but not a major problem. All the sites had picnic tables and fire rings,lots of room to relax. Will stay again on the way through the area.
This is probably one of the nicest parks we have stayed at. The showers and laundry are tops. They are not far from the Tulsa state fair grounds, flea markets, shopping and dining-you have to eat at Tallys on old Rt 66. The lot we had was big, lots of grass, level site, but was a little hard to back into due to the slope from the road. Very friendly owners and workers. Will stay there when ever in the area.
This is a nice place near downtown. Level, fairly wide concrete pads with some grassy yard. Easy full hook ups with cable. Owners very friendly and helpful. We stayed there for 10 days to see the San A Calogon days fair, hit the spa-about 40 minute drive and just general site seeing. Showers and laundry were excellent. Will stay there when ever in the area.
Park is right across the street from Church Hill Downs. Kind of tight for a 40' 5'er but fit-had to back in from the street though. Not a bad neighborhood. We stayed there almost 2 weeks for the fair. Owner is very friendly and helpful. Was quiet at night. Would stay there again.
Park is not bad, ifyou have $$$ for the kids to do anything. Everything at park is $$ except the pool and the lake, even the old store front carnival rides are 50 cents. They even charge for showers! Fire wood and ice is half price down the road. The management does seem a bit cold when you have questions, but the work campers are friendly. Feel sorry for the animals they have in their "petting zoo." Over priced for full hook ups which does not include sewer. The seasonal campers all have the external sewage tanks. Not all that bad for a one time stop, but would not go back.
If you like flowers this is the campground to go to. Beautiful landscaping and grounds. Very friendly and helpful owners and work campers. On the weekends they have corn boils and Sunday breakfast .Donations go to KOA Camp Kids. Excellent campground, not to far from major shopping.
Park is located near all the attractions (within 20 miles). But that is about the only good point. Most sites not very level, sewer, water and power hook-ups are not always close. Power is 109/117V on most 30 amp sites. They only have two 50 amp pull through sites. Never seen it with more than 10 campers in the 2 months we stayed in the area. Only stayed at this place for 2 days. The gnats will eat you alive. Save your time and go closer to Gatlinburg for the same price and better sites.