Smallish campground in the Appalachians, perhaps forty sites. I didn't count. No pull through but it looks like some of the spots can handle big rigs. The sites are fairly level and are fairly spaced apart. It's right off the highway that connects some of the smaller towns, so you do hear some road noise but it's not bad. It is a beautiful area with lots of shady oak trees and it is right on a lake within an accompanying beach (in season) . There was also a marina within a half a mile of the campground to give you boat access to the lake. The campground is a bit run-down, one washing machine and dryer are out of order and some of the fixtures in the men's shower room were out of order. The place could definitely use a new coat of paint and some other general cleaning and fixing up. It's quiet enough, it seems there's a lot of people staying as workers who just come in at night and then are gone in the day. I imagine it's real popular in the summer with the beach here. We elected to stay two nights and would stay here again if we were passing through. We were able to pick up Verizon pretty well.
OK small campground. Not much to do. Bath house needs updating. Campground is clean, sites are level and easy to get in to.