Beautiful, out of the way campground. Very quiet and relaxing, which is a huge plus for us. Not noisy or a million golf carts flying around. Lots of older people, that obviously come here a lot or even stay here permanently. You can tell there is definitely a “family” vibe. Super friendly and helpful. More than willing to pitch in if you need it, or if you don’t, lol. Staff is super nice and helpful as well. Have some things to do, this weekend was karaoke on Friday and a band on Saturday. Other activities dispersed as well. Nice pool. Most spaces are roomy, mostly level and well spaced. I’ve seen some though, that make we wonder how someone would be able to get in OR out of there, lol. We once again lucked out with a great semi private, shaded spot. Would definitely and will definitely, come back.
We happened to go in March, so there were no other campers when we were there which was great. They had firewood for us to buy and supplies onsite, and there is even a playground area for kids there which was nice. Bathrooms were very clean. Overall, I would recommend and would return!
We stayed at The Waynesboro 340 Campground for 2 nights in July. We had no issues with the water and electrical hookup and found the campground easy to navigate. We're both in our mid-30's and were the youngest people in our section, by far! There was a Patsy Cline tribute, a campground race, and activities for children going on the weekend that we were there. There is also a clean pool and campground store. The staff were extremely helpful and also answered a few questions for us, since we just bought our camper and felt like/looked like novices.