As for the majority of TT Parks on the east coast, they are run down from their glory days 25 years ago, but if your seeking a quiet, relaxing campground that doesn't offer much, this is your spot. The campground has a huge amount of potential with scenic views of the lake and deer walking through the campsite. ** Caution, they do have 50amp sites but only about 6-10 of them with about half of that full hookup. Other than that if you have a 50amp connection, you'll have to use an adapter to step it down to a 30amp. The power pedestals look very dated so make sure to also use a surge protector. Most of the sites are overgrown and very small (approximately a 25ft to 32ft travel trailer would work just fine but there are only a handful of sites that can accommodate a larger rig. We were able to find a spot for our massive 45ft fifth wheel as did many others that were just as long. We didn't have too much trouble parking it either. WiFi is available at the "Tomahawk Lodge" but is comparable to DSL with a 0.6mbps download speed but cell phone signal was 2-3 bars on my iPhone and 4-5 bars on our hotspot (Verizon). Pictures to follow, waiting for the last of Hurricane Irma to pass before getting drone pics of the property.
The campground was very quiet and peaceful during our visit. Our site was nice, but not full hook up. The FHU's were all small and on the edge of a hill so we chose to use the dump station. Facilities are dated but VERY clean. Staff were very friendly. We would stay here again if in the area. We are Thousand Trails members it didn't cost us to stay here.