We loved this park! We were able to select our site before check-in, and we had plenty of room, even though it was a back-in site. Everything was well-groomed and clean, and the pool is gorgeous - overlooking the marina and the river. The onsite restaurant has a great Sunday Brunch, but be sure to make reservations ahead of time. Wi-Fi service is spotty, so if you need Wi-Fi, be sure to choose a site near a router (they are marked on the map you're given). This place had the feel of a resort, and we really liked it.
Campground has only two pullthrough sites, and only allows you to stay in them one night; they are also the only sites with 50 amp service. If you use an air conditioner, there is an extra $3 per night. We arrived after manager had left for the evening, and map to the site was confusing; the pool is only available until dusk. You can't get cable unless you stay at least three nights, and there is NO reception of local channels, even with the best antenna. Getting to the campground involves twists and turns, low overpasses, and steep grades. All in all, it is not worth the nightly fee.
We stay here because it is the closest campground to where we need to be in Charlotte. The sites are extremely narrow and seldom level. They are technically pull through sites, but making the turns into and out of the narrow roads is very difficult. Management is friendly but not efficient. Although the advertise cable, our site did not have an active cable hookup, and it took several days to get one. There is a new laundry facility which is clean and convenient. Most of the sites are used by long-term residents, and the basic rules (where to park extra vehicles, etc.) are not generally enforced.
This campground is a great value! Although not particularly scenic, it is wooded, and the sites are clean and large. It's very close to Charlotte and easy to get into and out of. We enjoyed the quiet and the proximity to Charlotte, and the staff was very helpful. We had to extend our stay several times because of truck repair, and they accommodated us every time. We will go back.
We had reservations, but when we arrived, the only person on-site was the owner's mother-in-law, and she had no idea what to do with us. We finally parked in an open field which was muddy from rain. When I called earlier for reservations, I was told the sites were full hookup and 50 amp; but there was no sewer and no 50 amp sites. The campground map showed the campground as "Shippekonk Campground," not Rockview Valley Campground, but it is the same place (address and phone). I would not stay there again.