We stayed 4 nights here in mid October 2016. Little did we know there was to be a Harvest Festival of sorts where local folk come to sell their home made crafts/food. We missed it by a day--even after adding a day to our trip. Peace and tranquility come to mind at this park. Friendly owners live nearby. Sites were roomy enough--we camped in a 32.5 ft fifth wheel. The folks next to us were in a brand spankin' new 41 ft Cardinal with 6 slides! It was beautiful. Appears they were going to be there awhile as they had a huge propane tank outside their coach. The Fall colors were just beginning to change...beautiful place in the Appalachians--would come back in a heartbeat! We walked through some shops and talked with the locals--great people. We came here after seeing BIG STONE GAP (the movie). The economy is hurting the livelihood of this place and I pray it improves for all those who call this place home. Tried the Mexican food at Little Mexico...it was very good and prices were very reasonable. I would have given 5 stars except for the low water pressure. Cable/wifi worked fine too. There isn't a lot to do as town is trying to revitalize. I believe there are great hiking trails nearby. This is a great place to view Fall colors--and the harvest moon was pretty fantastic. Free firewood at campsite!
Forgot to add the museum tour was worth the $5 fee--great history of area and very nice gifts!