Park location was a primary concern close to Morehead City. Park is clean, quiet, never saw a child in four days. Mostly permanent or seasonal sites. Very clean well maintained. Friendly office staff, office closes at 2pm. If you arrive later your site and clear instructions are posted on a bulletin board at the office. There is a long pier available to guests, nice fishing place. Not much for children to do but nice for older adults that like quiet. Worth the $35, but this is off-season. Regular rate $45 in-season a bit high.
This park is a nice break from the overpriced parks we have stayed at. Very friendly staff, level sites, full hookups with the exception of cable. The nature center is well worth the visit. We were just passing through, but but may make this a regular stop on the way to the coast.
Electric sites $17 and non electric $12, but with the Senior pass its half price. These sites are in one big loop with some sites on the river (non electric). There are a number of sites with electricity, but none near the river. Most sites offer some privacy among the trees and most are quite large. There are two restrooms with hot showers one larger than the other. Each site has a grill, lamp post and picnic table. The main rest room and the entrance of the park are quite attractive with palm trees and flowers laid out in a pleasing arrangement. A one mile bike trail goes around the campground that is paved. A stairway leads to a sand beach, but after being on the outer banks there is no comparison. In the morning the campground was so peaceful especially with all the birds chirping away. There are two host sites if anyone had any problems or questions to be answered.
The campground was well kept and office staff was friendly. There are a lot of seasonal and full time guest but their campsites were well maintained. The campsites were level, gravel and full hookups and pull through. There is not a lot of activities for children but there is a nice well maintained pool. Located close to Fort Macon and Atlantic beach just across the bridge. Great place for a home base while visiting the different locations. There is a dog park if you have them. We would stay there again.
Great experience. We booked this site last minute and glad we tried it. It was only available for one night (Memorial Day Weekend). The campground was clean and well maintained. Friendly staff and clean well maintained bathhouse. They do have speed bumps because the roads are so well maintained you can actually speed. Next time in Charleston this is the campground we will use. We stayed the next two nights at the Landon KOA 14 miles from Charleston SC. That was a mistake we will not make again.
This park was clean and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Pads are concrete and level, hookups were in good shape. Roads are gravel but the turns will be tight for a big rig. The park is located central to all the attractions in Asheville, but it was surprisingly quiet. We stayed one night and did not check out the restrooms. We would stay here again.
We stayed two nights. Staff did answer questions but were preoccupied with things other than the customer. Park was well maintained; showers and restrooms were very clean. Sites were level; very little shade. The pool was clean and well maintained. This is a quiet park and supposedly close to the best seafood in North Carolina. On the staff recommendation we tried Ella’s seafood, not a good choice. WiFi was available through a third party, but they have free DSL and that speed was excellent. Not good enough park to try again until we try some others in the area.
We stayed two nights at this park which had absolutely great staff. Park was well maintained; showers and restrooms were very clean. Sites were level and hookups were easily accessible. This is a quiet park and very customer orientated and pet friendly. WiFi was free and speed was excellent. Definitely on the stay again list.