This well maintained and beautifully situated park offers wide, generous sites and plenty of space between sites. Many trees in the park are young and yet to offer much shade. The surrounding horse country and Louisville are nearby attractions. Most enjoyable was the extreme quiet at night (except for some active coyote calling).
We use this wonderful park as a kind of second home and store our fifth wheel here as well. Staff could not be friendlier or more helpful, and the park owners put much effort into maintaining a super clean and efficiently run facility. This is one of the best parks we have experienced for dog owners, with the fenced doggie run area being a real treat, but shame on those guests who use it and don't clean up after their pets. Some reviewers have commented on strict speed campground/rules but we think a good park needs a certain amount of riff-raff control, and rules help in this respect. A great park for enjoying Charleston. Especially nice in winter.
The park's website shows an enticing view of a very clean and well maintained park, which it truly is; yet, the photo doesn't reveal what lies uncomfortably close behind the lens, namely I-95 and local rail lines, both quite a pest at night. Park was full most evenings and nearly empty most mornings, so this is perfect for the overnight camper in transit, but we made the mistake of assuming there was some type of "vacation" atmosphere here (as the park's title implies) and found few, if any, amenities (pool, etc.) to warrant that name. Still, if you are in transit or hearing impaired, this is the place for you.