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This was a great place for kids. We came here late Sept. and they were already celebrating Halloween. I think they do trick or treating every Saturday through October. Great atmosphere. It was crowded on Saturday but almost empty on Sunday afternoon.
Very close to Lurray Caverns. Kids…
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We like the campground but we had to move spots because our first site did not have enough room. Our second site #3 was right near a creek and was a great spot. It is hard to get in and out of the sites but once you are here is great! Awesome staff and lots of great activities. Good value.
We loved all the amenities this campground offered. The only reason I have 4 starts is because some of the camp sites are tough to get into, small for long campers. We had to move when we first got here because the space was very tight. Our new spot was next to a babbling creek and was very…
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My wife and I love coming to the big meadows campground. They are awesome. They get full quickly so make sure you reserve your campground wayy in advance! I recommend the D loop campgrounds they’re more into the nature I would say. Very quiet at night and very relaxing.
Nice large campground with 2 handicapped sites close to the bathroom. Camp store where you can buy firewood, ice, and most anything you may have forgotten. Campsites are fairly well spread apart, most have a patch of woods between them. Bear boxes are at some of the sites for storing your food.…
This campground has some of the nicest facilities of any campground I've stayed at. We camped in a trailer on a site without hookups. At this time of the year, it wasn't very busy. They provide firewood on the honor system. It's a short walk from the brewery.
This is our 3rd time staying here on our travels. Sites are nice. Staff is friendly and helpful. The Civil War history and sites are very interesting. And the Caverns right at the campground are very beautiful! Would recommend at least 3 nights to get it all in.
We found this campground via a great YouTube video. Drove in shortly after Ida hit so it was washed out (gravel issues). Glad I had 4WD because I needed it to get my camper into the site. Site c35 was private but sloped. Many other sites looked bigger and flatter. Lots of pull throughs and big rigs…
The park was adequate for a one night stay for sleeping purposes but it is not a “destination.” Pool was cloudy/greenish and WiFi was down. Was pretty vacant. Also there is a freight train that seems to go by all night that woke me up a Few times. Sewer hook up was much higher than ground.…
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Loved this park! Nice, spacious sites. Clean and well maintained bathrooms and showers. Wonderful, well marked hiking trails. And very nice camp hosts. Seriously everything you need!
Everything you need for a mountain camping experience.
I camped here 3 times, the hike up is brutal but the top is absolutely worth it. This most recent time camping we discovered that apparently TECHNICALLY camping isn’t allowed anymore, but the fire pit and tent areas still seem in use and I really doubt someone would hike up there to tell you to…
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We picked a site that had a picture of a picnic table and fire ring on a nice grassy site. But when we got there it was entirely gravel. Like camping in a parking lot. Terrible. It was also near the bouncy play area. Kids were loud the whole time. Not a problem if I was expecting it, but there was…
Only there for 1 day but enjoyed the very well spaced sites. Parents had one site we had another. Quiet grounds and clean. Didn’t use bathhouse, laundry facilities. Fire pits and picnic tables in good shape. Sites themselves were level. My Younger kids loved the zero entry pool and the playground.
The trails around the campground are great