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.
This place is a dump. Fine for an in-and-out stay since it is close to I-95, but other than that, it is renter beware. The roads are unpaved and rutty, too many trees close to the road. The power box is set up weird. 50 amp on one side, 30 on the other. No 110 outlet. Would not stay here again. If you read the comments on their website, they all sing the campground’s praises. My guess is the owner wrote them.
I've stayed here a few times, because it is conveniently off of I-95. It's just an overnight stop for me. It seems maintenance is slipping. The men's room is badly in need of repair and updating, and a thorough cleaning. The grass needed cutting, and fire ant mounds killed. It would be nice if they removed abandoned trailers. If you just stay the night and in your rig, it's okay.
Only Good for an over night stay. Very easy on and off the interstate. We stayed here 1 night on our way north. Check-in was very welcoming. Campground is VERY OLD. Our site was OK. Level and mowed but there is No shut off for the electric. So you have to plug in with the power on...NOT GOOD. The bathrooms were pretty clean. Pool was Closed. Would not have wanted to swim in it anyway. Water was milky white. Did not use but they had the cheapest washers and dryers of all the campgrounds we have stayed at. Park guidelines say the laundry closes when the office does but another camper said they were open 24/7. Did not use the WiFi. Cable did not work. They have a very old playground...looks like it's from the 50's. We don't have a dog but it looked like a cute dog park. Gave 3 stars because we would stay here again but only for an overnight stay because of their location.
This is one of the worst campgrounds we have ever stayed at in our country wide touring. The grass has not been mowed in weeks. When I asked them to mow it they said sometime next week it will get mowed hopefully. They say they have a pool but it is only open on some rare hours. Closes at 6pm every night for sure and weekends hours are like 2-6pm. The pool has white water. You cannot see the bottom in the three foot section. You cannot even see more than 8 inches down. Some permanent residents said the owners only open the pool when they know there will be no city inspections because they will not pass. They have a good size clubhouse with nothing inside no supplies, no games for the kids, nothing except an old playground. There is nothing to do here except what you brought with. There is not even a fire ring to enjoy an evening campfire. We paid for the weekly rate so we are stuck, otherwise we would have left awhile ago. If you like cats you will like this campground because they are everywhere.
We were greeted very warmly, sent to 3 different sites but could not open steps because of standing water. Told to pick out any site and let them know where we were at. The park is very run down, many permanent trailers in sad condition and not taken care of. I would not recommend this park to anyone.
This place should be condemned! Grass was 3 ft. high. How did they ever get a rating from Good Sam Club??? Did not go to restrooms as grass was so deep I didn't want to go thru it. I called the desk 3 times trying to get wi fi to no avail. After 6 pm. they don't answer phone. There were 3 people apparently living there that we using an old reel type push mower (no motor). All I can say is we had electric. The pits!!! Take this sign down for Good Sam--horrible!
Stayed one night while traveling north for the summer. Seems to be a nice park with friendly people but again we only stayed one night. Arrived shortly after 6PM and our reservation info was waiting at the late arrival booth, found site without a problem and got set up quick. 10 minutes later power went out. Checked power box and had no power. Others around us had power. Luckily we had enough power cord to reach the outlet on the next open site because we got nothing but recordings after hours. Left a message but as of this date (2 days later) still no call back. As for the power box, it had duct tape covering where the breakers should be and the notes that the 110v is out. No cutoff switch either. Definitely NOT up to electrical code. Nice place, nice people, good price, but infrastructure need some updating.
Easy access close to the highway perfect for overnight stop to or from Florida. Sites are not even. The electrical connection was not working and it was dark happily i found a post with an electrical box and reset the breaker. Later i went to the men's bathroom, no electricity again but it was OK in women's bathroom so the electrical system seems outdated.
We stayed overnight and found the campground older but in nice pcondition, Check-in was 1,2,3, pick a site, pay, and go. We had a hiccup with a breaker flipping after we set-up (Located on power pole instead of site box), but afterwards the manager gracefully fixed our oversight. Great attitudes for a campground, We look forward to stopping again as our needs arise.
When we reserved this camp ground we asked "how good was their wi-fi". We were told it was a good signal at this time of the year because the snowbirds had all gone home. Unfortunately, this was not true. We could not get on-line with any of our three devices (laptop, I pad, nor cell phone). I was able to get on-line sitting at a picnic table outside the office. But even that signal was too slow to be useful for anything more demanding than gmail. What a disappointment. I also talked to other campers that said the same thing. We weren't looking to stream videos, skype or any demanding games. But since internet is so important for me to keep in touch with my business, we won't be staying here again.
The campground is past its prime and is in dire need of some TLC. Most notably the RV sites themselves. We arrived after a rain and the sites are quite literally mud holes. One site nearby was a small pond. If you parked there you'd have to walk through 2-3" of water. None that we saw have any gravel and most do not have a concrete pad for the wood picnic table or a landing for stepping out of your camper onto. Technically the roads are gravel but are also in need of maintenance.
Very basic and simple. Very well kept and clean. Got a nice size space for four days at late notice since we were heading south to escape the Jonas Blizzard. Check-in was easy and the people very nice. Had TV and Wi-Fi and since it was January we did not use pool etc. Showers were clean. Lucked out and had awesome neighbors who helped us when our truck battery was dead. Definitely a good place to stop for overnight or a few days. Did not venture out to see Walterboro. Would stay here again.
We have stayed here many times but for only 1 or 2 nights as we use it for a break between home and our destinations. It is conveniently located close to I-95 and a Cracker Barrel restaurant. The sites are very large, quite and restful. The restrooms would get 4 stars if air conditioned (spring and fall are fine without a/c but in the summer it's miserable). It is just me and my spouse, no pets traveling in a 33' MH pulling a tow dolly.
While traveling to Florida we stopped for the night in South Carolina. The office was closed for the day, but the self check in was very easy. We chose a pull thru site with full hook-ups. The sites are level and hook-ups are easily assessable. The sites are large and well maintained. Our miniature daschound was very happy with the nice dog park at the RV park. We will definately stop here again on our way to & from Florida, as this is not far off of interstate 95. We did not use any of the other facilities the RV park had, as we were only there overnight.
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Cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms and showers
10 / 10 / 10 The second rating category concerns the cleanliness and physical characteristics of toilets, walls, showers, sinks/counters/mirrors and floor. If a park achieves a full point in each of the above, it receives a star (), indicating exceptionally clean restrooms.
Also rated are 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.
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10 / 10 / 10 This category addresses 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.