cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
We have stayed at Carolina Crossroads before and then also only for one night. It's definitely an easy stay off of 95 and the staff that checked us in was friendly. Our site had a concrete pad and a little picnic table with an umbrella which was a nice feature. It was $45 for the one night which we thought was a little high but our site may've been a more costly one, we didn't pick it out ourselves, they do have ones just with gravel.We couldn't use their wifi, it did not work well for us at all, we probably could've complained about it but didn't see any sense in it since we were just there overnight. We didn't use their restrooms or their cable, or their pool which looked nice. The dog park was a nice feature and our old fellas enjoyed it. A lot of big rigs there and didn't look like anyone had any problems maneuvering, mostly pull throughs, we didn't even have to unhook our tow trailer, site was level enough. My only complaint was a neighbor in a cabin left her dog unattended and it barked continually, and again we could've probably complained but she came back thankfully and the dog was happy and quiet. We were on D2 June 4, 2019.
Great stop over rv resort off I-95 near the North Carolina and Virginia border. Follow signs off the highway and you will easily find it. Pull through sites with choices of gravel or paved (more money). Cable tv but on gravel sites owner said they were working on it. Great wifi, very nice swimming pool and hot tub. Didn't check out the restrooms but I imagine they are nice as well. Only negative we saw was their putt putt golf was totally destroyed and unusable. No trees or shade but I guess that is what you would expect for a place like this. We had a nice restful evening on our trip to Maine.
While we only stayed on night while what was supposed be a trip to Fla my wife and I were very impressed with this CG. The office staff was very helpful when we checked in and listened to my explanation of the conversation I had over the phone with them several moths earlier when I was told I wouldn't need a reservation and they would have plenty of sites to choose from and filled my request for one near the dog park with one less than 100 feet away. Restroom was very clean and we saw them go in twice to clean them.
we had a problem with our coach's electric system that t first looked like on their end and had people there within 2 minutes to check it out They did their best to help me resolve the problem but it couldn't be till I got home This during a cold raining early evening.
The dog park was very nice and had it not been so cold and wet we would have let our kids play longer only the bench and seats were too wet for us to sit.
The site was very clean as was the rest of the CG Maybe they could use a few more trees at it is wide open but for this time of year it was fine.
Very easy acesss to and from I 95 with good signs directing you to there off of 95
The WiFi did connect but no internet service so my laptop was a no go but our phones all connected no problem
We will certainly keep this on our list of places to stop at for our next trip south
Carolina Crossroads entertainment complex was closed at this time. Just off highway - good pass through stop, although we would not stay longer. Concrete pads, most pull-throughs. Good facilities. Pool.
The facility is new and very clean and nice but the park itself was just a very flat field. It makes a great place for very large motorhomes and RV's because it is so open. It is a great place for a 1 night stop but I don't think I would stay longer.
Stayed here driving back from New England to Fla. Requested pull thru site was spacious. This is obviously an old flat cow pastured turned into a rather nice CG. Bathroom/showers very clean. All services worked as they should. ATT and Verizon signals strong for both data and voice. Although the pad and roads were high and dry, the grass surrounding the camp site was 2 inches deep with rain water. Where can it go on such a flat facility? Roads are paved in the front; gravel/crushed shell in the back. Most of the sites in this CG are occupied with long term residents.
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