This just become a KOA and is undergoing many improvements. The staff is very nice. We got a standard site which was FHU, paved with a nice grass area and picnic table. There is a lovely pond and the pool was nice. There is much potential here. The downside was the internet was not yet working properly and it is literally right off the exit ramp if I75 so there is road noise. Price reflects a BOGO we got. Regular price was $47.
Realized when we arrived we had been here two years ago. Price has gone up $10 since then. Pretty little campground on a nice pond. FHU back in and pull thru sites on grassy lots with picnic table. Community room and fishing in pond. Road can get noisy but not terrible. Nicely groomed. Owner is nice and us house onsite. Didn?t use facilities so can?t speak to that. They don?t allow you to use onboard laundry, must use theirs or go to laundromat. Cable TV is good but WiFi is hit or miss.
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Got in here to overnight while getting away from Hurricane Florence. Glad they took us but highly disappointed at the rate. Paid $50 even after our KOA membership discount and a $10 reward we had earned. Place pretty deserted and they have all the picnic tables turned over and patio furniture removed coz of hurricane coming. Also, is right on I95 and there is road noise (but not terrible). We did get a pull thru with FHU. Gravel, a little grass, fire pit and potted plant on a 5?x5? cement ?patio (this is where the bistro sized table and chairs would go). Nicely shaded.
Enjoyed our stay but think the price is a bit high. We paid $52 and that was with Good Sam discount. That wouldn?t be an unreasonable price but for the fact that you must pay additional for almost all of their many amenities and activities. Thank goodness we don?t have kids co that would have really added up. Sites are large with nice grassy area, table and fire pit. Some are shaded and some not, some gravel and some paved. Staff is pleasant. WiFi worked great and about 30 cable channels. Worked out as a great place to explore hubby?s home town of Bel Air and then Baltimore Harbor.
Nice sized lot with FHU, and table. They just graveled (colored) all sites-not a big fan-would like to have some grass. Nice shade trees. Pool, community room with pool table. One side is permanent residents, one transients. Pretty quite. Cable TV and WiFi worked fine. Friendly staff.
Staff is great, very friendly. Just stayed a nite, passing thru. Good value at Passport America rate of $30, but full price would be too much. Gravel and dirt pull thru site with grassy area with table and fire pit. Took quite a bit of fussing to get level. Quiet area. Didn?t use any facilities so can?t speak to that. Cable TV is nice but WiFi only works by the office.
FHU, dirt and some grass and trees. Picnic table and fire pit. Cable TV, WiFi not great. Staff very friendly. Good location for visiting Cape Cod and Boston. Nice and quiet. There is a pond for kayaking and canoeing. No frills but met our needs and was comfortable.
Stayed a week and got one nite free. Location was great to explore the many towns and lakes. Watch for electrical issues (was often less than 120v), often breaker trips and lost power once, as did neighbors). Sites are basically dirt and you are right next door to neighbors on 3 sides. WiFi terrible. Pool is tiny (says max 35 but that would be side by side). Road noise is rowdy all day but calms down at nite. This is an old KOA but is showing its age.
Beautifully landscaped and spacious sites. Is predominately a seasonal park with most sites owner owned. Huge cement pads with FHU, picnic table and fire pit. Heated pool and hot tub, cable TV, activities, laundry, and playground. Only took a star off coz the WiFi wasn?t great and Verizon cell service wasn?t good. Also, they would only honor Passport America for two nights even though they had sites available.