Our stay was great. Our site was gravel, clean and pretty flat and level. Now, this place has the amenities of a resort, but the feeling of a campground. With that being said, it does cater to many seasonal, long term sites where the campers do not ever move their RV. All of the people were super friendly, both the staff and the long-term campers. We were here during the week and it was super quite. I can see the weekend being a bit louder, but that is every campground. You are about a mile hike from the Western Maryland Rail Trail.or short 5min or sondrive to the C&O Canal Towpath. Both are very pleasant ways to spend your time if you're not using the amenities at the campground (pool, volleyball, basketball, mini-golf). There is a store that is pretty fairly priced for many items and a food service area that is only open on weekends (seems to not be busy during the week). The only negative would be that because most of the campers are seasonal/long-term, they all have golf carts or 4-wheelers that they ride around on and that can get old quick. I would say that it is well worth the cost and if you needed a place to stay, worth giving them a shot.