New campground, opened May, 2013. Family operated, friendly and helpful. Mostly flat. Crushed rock sites and roads. Sites are decent size. Quick, easy access from I-81. Quiet rural setting except for I-81 traffic noise (park is next to the interstate). Utilities were good. We did not unhook our toad. Price was with Passport America discount. We would stay here again.
Don't trust your GPS! RV's were primarily pipeline workers. Roads were rough. Staff was friendly and helpful. We got on a site adequate for our 40'er. It was early season, so the pool was not open. Close to I-78, no traffic noise. Tenting area made nice trails. Back-in dump was no problem - plenty of space to maneuver. Would stay here again.
Price was with 3 adults. Nice campground. Good pull-through for our 40' and toad. We used it for access to Hartford, CT., would also be good for Sturbridge. Early season, very quiet, nice trails for dog and us. All utilities were good. Couldn't get satellite on our site, but others were more open. Would definitely stay here again.
Good electric/water/sewer, weak Wi-Fi. Gravel roads and sites. Sites are small, with no picnic tables. Behind a truck stop, but not excessively noisy. Convenient for sightseeing in Natchitoches area. Would stay here again.
Price cited is with PA. Modern, nicely laid out and groomed. Good dog park and Wi-Fi. Sites have electric/water/sewer and concrete pads. There is a walking path by the pond. There is some shade. On a busy state road. Sites by road had traffic noise from pulp log trucks. Note there is a charge for both early check-in and late checkout.
Convenient to Boston area. We were here a month plus to see family and medical stuff. Nice sites, mostly shaded. Plenty of mosquitos. Low voltage on hot days; Wi-Fi good when it worked, about 75% of time. Occasional low water pressure and slow sewer. Roads paved, but narrow. Not many choices in the area so would stay here again.