Check-in was quick. Campsite was clean and hookups were easy to get to. Facilities were clean and well stocked. Several events were scheduled with fireworks on the 5th along with a band and a bonfire. Rules for alcohol at site only not strictly enforced but people there wee using Coozies and everyone behaved well. Recommend bringing light jackets. The mornings and evening were cool. Did not take advantage of package deals for vineyards, kayaking or fishing. Rates were a little high. Lots to do close by with several golf courses within 10 miles. Ate dinner at Blue Mountain Brewery. Menu was limited to sandwich type items and portions were small. Overall good experience. Recommend making reservations early for holidays. Back portion of campground elevated and a bit hilly. Fishing pond is small and is catch and release only. Small perch stocked.
Coles Point has just been recently sold but not sure which direction it's heading. Most of the lots are year round rented and it's apparent most of them have been there for a while. There are only a handful of lots available for short term renting. All pads are gravel and the ones available only have 30 amp service. No wifi or cable. Restrooms are clean and stocked. The Landing at Coles Point is a nice restaurant and docking is available for boats. The RV office is located in the same building as the restaurant. You have to go to http://www.colespointmarina.com/directions.html to make reservations and there is no map available online of the RV park. Additionally, the lots are not clearly marked so finding your lot is a challenge. A "full service lot" that includes water, sewer is $45. You have to pay an extra $5 for electricity. The people in the park were very friendly and helpful but saying hello to some of the long term residents will get you an earfull on the latest park gossip. Be prepared to pull your leg away. Overall the park needs to sink some money to rehabbing the lots and would probably do well to upgrade electric, install cable, and manage their website better. A lot of historical sites in the area would attract many visitors.
Campground easy to find and access off of exit 231A on I64. Check in was quick with advanced registration and office crew very friendly. We did a full hookup sight that had a large picnic table and located next to a big shade tree. We had a Class A 33 ft and plenty of room to manuever. Plenty of trees dispersed throughout the RV park for ample shade. The wifi and cable service was very good with about 46 channels including 8 movie channels offered.
Even though it was advertised that trash pickup was around 11am, several rounds a day were made. Squirrels will get into your trash so you may want to keep an eye out for them. The nature trail is about a mile long and takes about 20 to 25 minutes to navigate at a leisurely stroll. Wide enough to bring pets on a leash.
The inground pool was nice but we didn't go into the game room. Golf carts can be rented for 35 dollars a day and they will bring a wood burning barrel to your site if you want a fire. Wood is offered for sale in the office.
The office has a good selection of condiments ans snacks along with t-shirts, shot glasses and small items for children. There is a good selection of basic products for RVs and campers including 30-50 amp and 50-30amp adapters, both male and female combinations along with chocks, hanging hooks for lights, mats, plugs, and various lights both for auto and RVs. Basic soft drinks and water offered but you'll have to go into town for beer.
There is a big field available if you like to just pitch a tent and the bathrooms are immaculate. They have individual shower rooms in the bathrooms with a shower and bench area with wooden doors that lock so privacy is assured. Also comes in handy if you are a parent trying to corral littles ones into the shower without having to worry about them running off.
The fenced in dog run should give your pet plenty of room to run in but there are two gated entries so I recommend you make sure both gates are shut and latched before turning your pet loose. A basic playgound close by the office offers a play area for children but it is close to the road so a word of caution advised.
The premium lots are very nice. Lot #38 is the largest and all have gas grills, firepits, a table with umbrella that seat six, and a patio area with a small brick wall.
Overall a nice quiet campground. Met a lot of retired military and if you are a member of S.M.A.R.T., they do a lot of get togethers there. Everyone is very friendly. The only detractor I saw was the miniature golf course needs some work but a minor distraction given how nice the rest of the RV park was. I highly recommend to anyone and will be making return trips in the future.