|Daily||$33.00 - $33.00|
This is not what I call a resort, more of a campground. Has amenities, none which were active since this was after Labor Day. Sites where they wanted to put us were either already occupied or the drop off to unhook or hookup is extreme. Other areas were wooded with a bunch of trees or were too short for our unit. Seems to be located on the side of a mtn, so getting in, out and around the campground was a pain and the roads through area A are quite tedious. The only more level sites seemed to be at the very bottom of the mtn along the river area where most are permanent or have no sewer. The nicer sites up by where you come in to this campground are reserved for local contractors, even though they were not all full, we were not allowed to park our unit there for the one night stay. Took about 45 minutes to find a place we could safely fit our unit & rig. I called around lunch on the day we were to arrive to make a reservation and was told yes they could accommodate us, just come to the security booth and they would fond us a spot. Did not want our info or anything. Seemed like they just wanted to get off the phone. Was very disappointed in the whole mess. The poor girl in the security booth once we arrived was very nice and did try hard to help us, and didn't have a way of knowing that the sites that showed open were occupied. Someone other than her were not on top of their job.
Loved this RV Park. Went in the off season so many of the amenities were closed. Was put in site 123, waterfront along the Shenandoah River with W/S/E.(30A-50A) Beautiful Park, friendly staff at the entrance booth, clean spacious bath houses.
Strong wifi at Clubhouse, costs money throughout the park. Accepts Coast to Coast and Passport America. We visited Harper's Ferry National Park from Front Royal.