This was our third visit, and the first of self-registration. Had no problems, but it would have been nice for a list of channels for the cable TV. Actually this is a preferred type of destination, as we enjoy the quiet without a crowd of any kind. We shall return.
This is quite a place. There were no surprises, other than it was nicer than anticipated. Each contact whether by phone or e-mail was very positive. The sites are paved, landscaped, and well maintained. The staff could not have been better or more attentive. The Wi-Fi was always available and fast. A week here in the off season was delightful. We shall return!!!
This campground was well designed and is first class. All facilities are new and spotless. The office staff are well trained wonderful. There was a comment about highway noise. We were in site #210 close to the lake. Across the lake is a large berm and woods. The sound, when noticeable, sound much like surf or "white noise". It was never objectionable.
Absolutely wonderful for our Rally! The entire staff was excellent! Park was immaculate, grass cut three times in one week - like a golf course. Meetings rooms were impeccable. Food was delicious. This is what all parks should be!
We visited to consider volunteering at the Care Center. Our site was grass: nothing bad, but just a regular grass site. No special place. Attended a dinner: we found the residents to be not very friendly. The persons that spoke or talked to us had just arrived also. We definitely prefer Rainbow Plantation in Summerdale, AL.
The location of this campground is great to explore downtown. The campground is quiet. The laundry is great! Not their fault, but we had a torrential downpour the night before our departure and we had six inches of water standing. A work-camper assisted us by unplugging our electric. This was a very unusual situation. We would stay there again!
This was a last minute stop, as it was getting dark and beginning to rain. Staff was not on top of their game. The nicest person escorted us to our site and warned us to keep doors and windows locked, at they were having RV's broken into. Okay for an overnight stop, but nothing special.
We used the Passport Membership. We were visiting a sick relative and this was convenient and reasonable. A bit large and spaces a bit close, but we were here for a specific reason and the park was not it. We would stay here again.
The other posts virtually say it all. Do not let the "climb up the mountain" deter you. The road is very doable. Our 40' MH plus toad had no problem. Even passed a truck coming down. Staff could not possibly be nicer or better. The view from P2 was unbelievable! First class and wonderful!
This is a wonderful campground filled with trees and reasonable room between sites. The hot mineral springs are across the street for soaking and massages. This is in mountain driving the last 15 miles, but good roads and no problems for big rigs. We enjoy fewer amenities and beautiful areas. We will definitely return. White water river rafting, small mountain towns, etc.
Literally three blocks off I-26, this campground fit our needs precisely. We need a safe, quiet place for the evening convenient to restaurants, etc. The owner is present during the evenings and at times during the day. Reservations are not required. This really is a nice overnight stop.
Efficient reservations at Reserve America and a warm welcome - simply handed us the papers. Very quiet and spotless. I agree with the earlier writer about needing sewer connection for a 10 rating, but this place was wonderful for us. The dual dump station was spotless and never a line. Deer walked through our site, camp hosts were wonderful. Seldom heard any noise from anhyone. We shall definitely return!
We diverted here to meet up with two other coaches for the night. Nice campground and we will return. Only negatives were many children riding bikes through campground; and sewer hookup was quite distant from electrical. We just dumped on the way out.
The campground is but a year old. It was laid out with considerable thought. All sites are pull-thru with modern hook-up pedestals. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Expansion continues. This will be a first-class campground deserving a higher rating in less than a year.
This was just an overnight stop on the way south, but if we ever "visit" the area again, we will definitely come here. The owners were delightful and helpful. Very nice campground owned by people who truly care and love their business.
We stayed two nights to attend a meeting nearby. For that purpose, this was satisfactory. Sites are a bit crowded and some "long term" RVs a bit rough. It is convenient and quiet. This was a place to stay, not a destination. If in the area for a meeting or just an overnight, we would return.
We had a very good size site with good space and trees separating us from neighbors. Gated and secure. Quiet and secluded from highway noise. Convenient to everything and just fifteen minutes to Brunswick of any of the Golden Isles. We will be back.
Had been on the Interstate long enough. Called, and they said come on in, and gave us directions. We had difficulty finding the road and it was very curvy. Check in was good. Friendly people. Very Dusty. Thee were a very many seasonals. I think this to be a local summer place for people who live reasonably nearby. People were nice, but did I mention the dust?
A truly delightful campground right on a large Corps of Engineer lake. The campground hosts were delightful, knowledgeable and great people. We spent a week. This is definitely on our radar for more visits in the future. It is a twenty minute ride into Nashville and a ten minute ride to shopping.
We enjoyed out time here. The site (22) was very nice, and the neighbors very congenial. Management was tops. WiFi not close to the office wsas spotty. The website is great, as you can see a photograph of each site. Laundry was as clean as any around. When we return to this area again, we will definitely stay here.
Clean grounds, dusty interior roads, loud trucks at truck stop next door. It was an overnight stop, but these items did not help. I would have rated it higher if they had WiFi. Actually it would rate very high if roads had been paved and the truckstop was not so loud.
Absolutely wonderful, adult campground! Blazing WiFi! Did I say quiet? Everyone was respectful of neighbors, extremely friendly. The few seasonals are required to keep the property as well as the campground management. Birds crowded our feeder. Near almost anything you would want. Wild Mallard ducks abound. You are even notified daily if you have mail. The owner is passionate about keeping the area spotless and well groomed. Propane delivered to your sight every Saturday a.m. We stayed a month and have reserved for next year.
This is a unique out of the way campground. The roads are through foothills and valleys, but we had no problem with a 40' Class A. The campground roads were hilly and gravel with only one tight turn. Still it was wonderful once in. The staff could not do enough for you. This is a quiet place. We will go back.
This camping area is primarily intended for people attending functions at the Kentucky Exposition Center, but that is not a limiting factor. This is not a recreational campground per say, but a secure place convenient to all of Louisville. There are very few camping facilities near Louisville. There are 50+ full hookup sites in the parking area and room for at least another 70 Primitive (no hookups)sites ($25). All sites are on pavement, close to level and secure. Shower/restroom facilities are excellent. Again, this is not a destination, but a great site to stay for the purpose of being near the Expo or downtown Louisville. I have stayed here many times. Reservations can be made through the Admission Office of the KEC at 502-367-5384. Entrance is through Gate 3 on Crittenden Drive and sites are in Lot L. The cost is worth the Location. Location. Location.
This is a typical mountain campground along a river. They specialize in canoe and kayak rental and dray age. They have a medium size pavilion for group functions of 35 - 40 persons. This is more of a popular local campground than a destination to plan to visit from out of state. The dirt roads and semi-grass sites are either dusty or muddy.
This is a beautiful campground in the North Georgia mountains. The roads are paved, as are the sites. It is hilly and wooded, but we had no problem with our 40' motor home. Absolutely beautiful. Has much to do, if you wish. Chapel on site for Sunday services. This is one of our favorites!