The employee we spoke with on the phone was very nice. She helped to accommodate us on a morning check in. The campground was quiet and had some full timers. Their campers were newer and looked nice. There is a pool but we were not able to use it due to COVID. There is a large park area close to office with large trees and a playground.
We paid over 200 for 2 nights. Due to pandemic the water park wasn’t open but for some reason we still had to pay full price. The spots are close together. The only we stayed here was because it was 10 minutes by car.
You can walk from your campsite to the beach. The campground is busy but worth it to be so close to the beach. The spots are tricky to get into because there isn’t much room. There is lots of shade which is great in the summer.
This campground is nestled in the tall North Carolina pines. There isn’t much shade though because the branches are mainly at the top. The camp sites are long and have plenty of room between camp sites. The campground has been recently redone and includes some cute cabins. We went on a boardwalk hike there. It said that red wolves and bear live on the area. We only saw deer.
This small campground is good only for small campers(20ft or smaller). The spots are uneven and many backup to a large hill. Some spots have decks. Be sure to bring an extension cord if you want to use power. The hookups are too far away. It was quiet and wooded. The best part is the proximity to Cumberland falls. ( .8 miles)
Pool was chilly but nice after a long day of driving. Surrounded by cornfields with interstate close it works for a quick stop. Don’t be fooled not all sites have cable as advertised.
Quiet secluded campground with lake within a mile. Snow capped mountains are part of the view even in July. Our most beautiful campsite to date!
This is a good stop on your way to the badlands. It s has a pool but the spots are tight.
Close to our favorite vacation town of south haven. This campground is made for families. It has a pool and lots of activities for kids.
This campground is one of the closest to the east entrance. It is fairly close to a restaurant and services in the park. We bought another battery at the park service area when our battery went dead due to cold temperatures ( using the furnace). The campground is one big wide open space with few trees between sites. We did have an amazing siting of a fox nearby.
Make reservations several months in advance because this campground is close to old faithful . The checkin desk can get very busy
Beautiful, quiet campground situated near a stream with willows. We saw moose nearby and a deer near our campsite. No electricity . Get away from it all here.