We stayed for 4th of July weekend. The wifi only worked at the office, which was worthless for me. Nothing special about this campground. It wasn't terrible, but wasn't exciting.
Flat just off old rt 1. Occasionally train noise. Dog park for off leash. Small play yard for kids. Excellent laundry and bathrooms. Showers are large tiled and private.
Nice size pull-through, only a few miles off the HWY as we are traveling north.
Stayed here for two months. Office staff was wonderful. No Wi-Fi at the sites only at the office. Level gravel crappy cable connection. Clean bathrooms. Horrible potholes. Good prices.
Parked in the over flow. The water clogged up our plumbing. Trash trucks came into the flea market next door at 4 and at 6 in the morning.
Great, neat place, very friendly staff. Somewhat shaded lots, quite spot to rest
We spent the night in our 42ft motorhome. The sites were spacious and it was a nice quiet area. Our only complaint would be that there are many trees that have limbs over the roads. Large rigs have to be careful going in so that the branches don’t damage anything on top (a/c or satellites). Still very nice!
Large pull thru sites, great place for our over night stop, surprisingly busy park, friendly staff, well maintained - only $25 for the night - visited in a 31' motorhome & toad
People from around these parts probably know this is a nice place to rest. Initially when we pulled up to a rather spartan front office, and a big flea market next door, I figured it was going to be dumpy. To our surprise it is a very nice CG. nice big sites, very nice grounds. If we ever come back here again, I would definitely stay again. We camped in our 43 ft 5th wheel.
Good, friendly staff. Nice, somewhat shaded lots, lots are a good size.
Long pull thru sites, nice laundry facility, ok showers. Lots of potholes, dusty roads, garbage truck picking up at flea market in the middle of the night, marginal wifi. We stayed here for 3 nights to attend a family event and actually left a day early as there wasn't a lot to do in the area and there wasn't anything special about the campground to keep us there . Not far from highway if you need a one night stay at a reasonably priced campground.
Wife and I were driving our 40 ft Class A pulling a Jeep Trailhawk though the area and had had enough. Checked RV Parky and was about 11 miles out from here. Read a couple of review and decided to go. No Reservation. Little tricky with GPS but is very close to freeway. Showed up they had plenty of room. Had a pull thru spot. Not much here but very quiet and clean. Easy in easy out. They expect Passport America, Military and Good Sams discount.
We stayed here two nights while passing through the area. The grounds are nicely kept, the office was friendly upon check in, and the lanes and sites are nice size. I can t speak for the amenities, but I was sad to see they only have one shower in each ladies and men s bathroom...we didn t visit them, we were explained they are private one stall, one shower set ups. Makes me think there might be a line when the park is really busy. Anyway, overall it s a nice campground. I would stay again.
Arrived on a Saturday afternoon for one night Check in was very easy and fast since I had a reservation. Young lady at counter was friendly and helpful. Site was flat with dirt/gravel pad. All sites ste pull through that I seen. Restroom were very clean. There is a large flea market on Saturdays and Sundays next door for bargain hunters. I did not make it over as I arrived as they were packing up on Sat. and left early Sun. Grocery store 500 to 750 yards walking distance from site. I would stay again for the night or longer so wife could shop at flea market. Barnyard is a five minute drive off I 20 west.
Stayed one night for $31.00. Park was older but clean. Bathhouse near office was clean and newer. Site was a long pull thru, gravel though. We were able to stay hooked up, we have a 40 ft. fifth wheel. Staff and residents very friendly. I would stay again. A few miles off I-26 and I-20.
We were able to get in with no reservation. Got a really long pull through which fit our rig and toad with plenty of extra space. Easy to find, but one of our gps tried to take us elsewhere so lucky I had checked maps first. Staff is really nice, invited dogs into office and offered treats. They have a dog park with some agility equipment which our puppy liked. Would stay again.
Overflow for 2 nights water and sewer, level grass and quiet. Enjoy the flea market. Convenient to shopping food supplies. Will be back again when this way. This was my evac destination during Irma and was free dry camping, dump station and water at flea market. Great Southern hospitality!
Were were here for graduation at Fort Jackson. It worked out. Facilities are clean but older.