We had spent one night here. It was a short walk over to Lake Champlain to watch the sunset which was very nice! Campground has full hook ups. Big rig friendly and pet friendly which is a must for us! Hiking trail is near by that leds into town. Spots are close together bat when we were there the campground was not that full. All in all it is a very nice place and we would stay there again if in the area!
Not a bad spot to stop! It is big rig friendly and pet friendly. plenty of pull through sites. Lots are close together but are shaded. We only stayed 1 night as we were passing through. I would stop here again!
We stayed here for 3 days right before Labor Day Weekend. Not to full at that time. Had nice level pads for us to put our 38' diesel pusher in but no pull through sites. Sites are first come first serve. No hook ups (electric, water, sewer). You can run generator if needed. Way toady mosquitoes so bring spray and lots of it! We did enjoy the sound of the Atlantic Ocean waves lapping up on the beach just over the sand dunes were we parked!
Very nice place. We stayed here 7 days. Had a very nice dog walk and doggie play area. Lots are a little small but there are some pull through site with full hookup 30 & 50 amp! Lots of pine trees and pine tree needles get everywhere including on our roof! Overall it is a very nice place to stay!!!
Quite nice an unexpected surprise in northern Alabama!
Nice and quite. Spacious lots and pet friendly. Not much for shade due to recent tornados in 2011. Does flood a little during heavy rain storms! Close to Athens and Decatur and Huntsville! We stayed here for 3 months!
Very nice place to stay. Close to town and close to the hiking trails. Little on the pricey side from May to October but compared to the other option across the street . Dakota Ridge is 100 times better!