The park is well maintained. There are many large spaces (and some not so large). The spaces could be a bit rutted but were generally flat. Overall, not a bad campground but a bit pricy. My main complaint was with the lady that owned it. Had a few incidences: 1. When we got there we requested that we see the site first so we could verify it would fit our 40' rig and to figure out the best approach. She wouldn't let us and said it would fit and it was the only space they had. Also we would not need to see the approach as their helpers would guide us completely. I relented, we got to the spot and it was too small. After having 3 of their helpers try for 15 minutes to get our rig in around the trees they called up and told her they were moving me to a bigger spot. The new spot worked great. But the issue could have been avoided had they let us walk the site first. When I asked about their "no more spots" statements they said everybody says they have a 40' rig even if they don't. So if they think they can get you on a smaller spot then basically the bigger spot is not available for you. So they did have other spots (many in fact). They just thought they could cram my 40' rig on a small one. 2. My second issue was I had a friend who was moving to Albany with his dad and wanted to stop by and see our rig. I told the lady he would only be there for an hour or less. She still wanted to charge my $14 for my friend to stop by my rig quickly. Seems she could have had a little more leeway so I wouldn't feel so nickel and dime. 3. My final issue was my cat disappeared about an hour before check-out time. Although I was pretty sure the cat was in the rig I didn't want to leave just-in-case. Also I didn't want to risk her getting caught in the slides. I told the lady that we might run a bit past our checkout time to find our cat (she is hard to find). The extent of her sympathy was that she would only charge me for half-a-day if I didn't stay the following night but did stay after checkout. More nickel and dimes.
Good: If you like golfing you will love this park. It is attached to a golf course. Grounds are very pretty and well maintained. Most sites are pull-through and all sites are large. Lady in charge is super friendly and helpful, but the lady on the weekend is not as helpful. Very quite area and pretty countryside. Bad: There is really not much to do around here. You are about 40min from Rochester, about 30min from Lake Ontario, about 1.5hour from Niagara. So you need to either like golf or just want to hang out by your trailer. Holley had a nice park and waterfall but little else (not even a decent grocery). Brockport is nice but still 20 min away. The W-Fi worked very poorly. I had a good connection to the box but the internet was just slow. Also the internet when out often. Sometimes just a few minutes. Other times it might be out hours. Could use a street light or two because it got very dark at night.
This park has good points and bad points. Starting with the good. It is clean and well maintained. Most of the seasonal people are friendly and keep excellent care of their sites. It is close to Burlington which kept us busy for a month and we still didn't do everything we wanted. There is lots for kids to do. The roads are paved but the sites do not have a concrete pad. The sites are fairly large. We fit our 40' rig with plenty of room to spare. Now the bad. Over half the park is seasonal with many people having their rig on their spot for 20 or more years so they are quite entrenched. It's kid friendly nature almost goes too far. It is so overrun with kids that sometimes it can be difficult to drive out of the park because kids zipping everywhere with no concern for traffic. The place is also overrun with golf carts and I had several zip in front of me while trying to drive in the park. The putt-putt is fairly run down (but still fun). The staff has a "just doing my job and don't really care" attitude. They promised us 50AMP but only gave up 30AMP. They also bumped the price up $100 on us when we got their over what they told me when I reserved (I even showed them the e-mail with the pricing they gave us and they didn't care). It is right next to the freeway so there is significant road noise. Despite being next to the freeway there is no exit. This means you need to drive 3-4 miles just to get on the freeway to go wherever you want to go. Despite all the bad, I have been at worse and this is pretty much the best in the area. So if you want to visit this area and want a halfway decent place this is where to go.
The biggest asset to this park it it's hosts. The guys that run this park bend over backwards to make sure you have what you need and take the time to get to know you. The physical park is very nice. It is very flat, some of it is shaded and all the facilities work well. This doesn't mean it was perfect. The bugs where a little out of control. I know this is nature, but it was difficult to sit outside without covering yourself with bug spray, burning a candle and running a fan. And even then I was still eaten alive. Also the landscaping was a bit overgrown at the entrance and by the stream. I know it is supposed to be natural looking but it is so overgrown that you can't even really see the stream. The spots can handle long rigs but are a little tighter at the sides than I would like. The Wi-Fi worked well. I work from my rig on the Internet so I need reliable Internet access and was perfectly taken care of here. That being said their filter can be annoying. Images on Facebook don't show up, don't try to shop Dick's Sporting Goods or you will be blocked for pornography and you have to log back in to the network about every two hours. We were here for a month and were very happy. But with a little more attention to a few details this place could move from "great" to "perfect".
As other reviews state. It is a pretty and quiet getaway. Wi-Fi works great and the owners are very nice. My only complaint is that I wouldn't call them completely pet friendly. Although they do allow pets they are very adamant about you not leaving your pet alone. This means if you leave to see a local attraction or even get groceries you may get some comments from the owner. I don't have a barking dog (Golden Retriever) but if we are not away he may give a bark if someone gets too close. I understand you don't want a dog that is a nuisance to other guests but you also need to be able to leave your dog at home sometimes.
Tried to stay here, but had to go elsewhere because it could not fit our 40' 5th wheel. Tight winding turns to get there. A good amount of driving just to get to and from the campground. For the brief time I was here Internet via Verizon seemed limited. If you are looking for a secluded park and have a smaller rig it could be a very nice place. Just not the place for us at that time.
Nice park on top of a mountain. Getting our 40' rig up there and backed in required a little work but it worked. Just choose your site carefully if a big rig. Site was level but not all sites are. Has putt-putt in park, trails to walk and bison! Price high due to online reservation (they don't do phone reservation). You might be able to avoid the online fee by simply paying when you arrive if you want to risk it.
Nice place for a stopover. Entire campsite is on a hill, but they have made the individual sites somewhat level. A significant number of residents are fairly permanent but there are still many that are not. Just stayed here for one night. Seemed a little over-priced.
Beautiful park with most of the sites right on the water. Sites are usually grouped together into small bunches with a large amount of space between each bunch. My cellular Internet access was super fast with Verizon (22 MB down, 15 MB up) since tower was across lake. Nice shading to help combat heat. Many sites are big rig friendly but choose carefully since there are many sites that are not big rig friendly. Sites are fairly level.
Rustic farm with lots of space, level sites, and some spots for big rigs. Campground is 7 acres, but it is part of a much larger farm making it roomy. We got lucky and we were the only ones there at the entire campground (since it was a weekday). Beautiful stream connected. It's a little bit of a drive for shopping but Martinsburg is a very nice city. Only complaint was that Verizon internet was pretty slow (but it did work). We enjoyed our stay so much we stayed an extra day.
Park was clean and well landscaped. Shopping close by. Our 40 foot RV did fit in pull through, but it was tough to get in there and get level. The space was in the front of the park but you have to drive through most of the park to get to it which includes lots of trees, tight turns and rocks sticking out. Office not clearly marked. Large sections of the park are permanent residents. Overpriced for what you get. Just stayed one night and moved on.
A quiet, secluded campground (45 and older: but they'll allow quiet couples without kids who are a little younger), located about a mile off of I-85. Several pull through spaces available. Some with shade. Spaces in the back have a nice pasture view. Small pong/lake and a walking trail to the Saluda river. Our spot was pretty level, gravel. Good Wi-Fi. Does not have restrooms or showers that I'm aware of. Will definitely stay here again. Our 40 foot 5th wheel fit fine with extra parking space.
Beautiful, well laid out park in a valley. Surrounded by large hills and cow pastures, quick to the highway, this is a great place to stop for a few nights. There was a good mix of ages and RV types. Large, secluded dog walk area with stream. Active pool. Nice laundry room. Wi-Fi worked well (slowed down a little in the evenings when everyone else was on.) Large, level spaces. Most gravel, some concrete. 50 amp spaces have shade trees. More trees sprinkled throughout the other spaces. Would definitely stay here again. Plenty of pull-throughs, but it does fill up on Saturday, so keep that in mind when making reservations.