We stayed at the Electric and water campsite at the bottom of the hill. The lots were nice but rather small and close together. There's not a lot of room off the pad for tents etc. The road through the campground is rather steep and could be hard for large trailers or class A's. It's also quite a walk to the shower building from most areas. The pool is nice and well maintained as is the pavilion where they hold events. The bathrooms leave a little to be desired. There are only two showers and 3 toilets for men and the same for women. There are additional bathrooms by the Pavilion but those aren't convenient from most of the campground. Most of the lower sites are VERY hilly and would make it very difficult to find a large level area for an RV or large tent. The owners and long termers seem very friendly and welcoming. The pond is beautiful and pretty good for some fishing with the kids (we caught a bunch of tiny little panfish that would be fun for kids… a fish every cast).
Enjoyed a weekend at this campground that had a pond for fishing, pool, rec area with pool table, arcade games, etc. Clean bathhouses. Shady camp spots. There seems to be some full time campers there but their sites are neat and clean, and they all seemed kind. Some roads may be a problem for larger rigs but we had no issues in our popup. It seemed the larger rigs were near the front of the campground where roads were fine. Note: this campground is within a mile of the NC Zoo. The VisitNC.com website touts you can hear elephants, lions, and monkeys from the NC zoo at this campground, but sadly this is not true and was the reason I chose to camp here. (Imagine waking up to these sounds!) Otherwise, we had a very relaxing weekend. Would return if in the area. Note: town is about 10 min away. There is a golden corral with an awesome breakfast buffet if you get lazy one morn and dont want to cook. Happy trails :)