Whispering Hills RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
This campground is an open field with no shade Campsites are very close together. We could hear our neighbors tv when we went to bed. WiFi was good.
There are 212 gravel sites, full hook up/50A with picnic table. Most are back in. Friendly staff-they have people to take you to your site and help you park. Good Sam park and we would stay again.
What a nice, clean location. The spots were close together but ?staggered? enough so you felt you had privacy. Friendly staff and a nice location for hitting some distilleries and vineyards.
Some of the negatives... very narrow road coming to the campground- no passing room. Traffic coming in and out of sites was loud, didn?t understand why people were hooking up and leaving at 9pm ...
Road to the park is very narrow with no shoulder, makes it a bit scary. Roads in the park are all gravel as are the sites. Sites are crowded and many no grass, just gravel. Fortunately, dust has not been a problem. Given the dearth of quality campgrounds in rural areas, this is decent though. My big problem is the roads getting to the park, can?t fault the owners for that.
Very Nice RV park
This is a relatively new park. Staff was very friendly. The host told me this is their 4th year. The park has easy access to and from I-75 but is far enough away so you can barely hear road noise. Spots are limestone and are fairly level. Pull thru's I was on was 65ft. I stayed 1 night. The park is out in the open with a nice pond. I didn't notice any mature trees so no shaded lots. Lots are satellite friendly. I put this park on my GPS favorites and will stay again.