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We couldn't have been more pleased with this campground! The usual variety of sites, back-in and pull through, 50/30/20 amp service with full hookups. Cable has the usual channels, about 20, available for $2.00 per night. WIFI is free and we had good service, even though we were quite far from the office. The site was level and needed no additional blocking, a fire pit and picnic table with ample outdoor sitting room. A wooded setting gave plenty of shade and lent to the atmosphere of having more room than we actually did. Located about 4 miles from town it is far enough for that country feel but close enough to be convenient. The camp store was well stocked with basic needs as was the gift shop. Trash is picked up daily, just leave it at the entrance to your site when you leave in the morning. Cell service wasn't the best, Verizon had about 2 bars. I can't say enough good things about the staff, from check-in and being escorted to our site with help backing in to filling up the propane on the way out everyone was courteous and helpful. We felt secure at all times, and noticed a staff member frequently driving through on a golf cart. A dog playground, kiddie playground, pool, putt putt, and other activities for the family. All in all a very positive experience and a definite thumbs up for this campground!!
Location is everything. Wineries, breweries, historic parks and buildings nearby. Park itself is simple, wooded and charming. Hiking trails, a playground, and pool are great for our family of six. The bathhouses are clean. We visit 2-3x a year. Fall is STUNNING!
We spent our first weekend with out popup and first camping experience with a 2yo here so we would be near home “just in case.” We had a blast and will definitely be back soon!
I was worried that being at the site where both loops met would be bothersome but it was really pleasant.
The campground is way too crowded if you want to experience nature. RV pads are right next to each other with no trees in between. The woods around the campground are beautiful and there is a short nature walk that is lovely. Campground is filled with seasonal RV’s who stay for long periods.
Been to Caledonia 50+ times over last 35 years. Family goes here for holidays and to camp once or twice every year. It’s a fantastic state park with great picnic areas next to the creek. You can also drive up the road to the dam where there’s a beautiful lake with fishing, kayaking, etc.
My daughter went with them to the appellation trail in western Maryland this is the local headquarters for outward bound and not really a campground but they do have a rock wall and they take inter city teens camping all over the state an expose them to the great outdoors
Very, very rustic and rural. Few campers so we had a lot of space to ourselves, met some great people; a couple returning to Michigan ending a trip to Florida, also Jeff Ashby of Ashby Gap Adventures and John Hayes who were training a new guide. Had great views of the river and beginnings of the old tow path and lock system. Major attraction here is zip line, kayaking, and white water.