We spent this past week at Hogback Lake KOA. It is late in the season so much of the park was closed for the season, but we had a great year round site. A little bit of road noise, but water, electric, sewer, cable TV all worked great. We have family in the area and had a great visit. We will definitely stay here again in the spring.
Amy and I have camped at the Live Oak section of the park multiple times (twice this year). We love it. Trails for bike rides or walks. Close to beach. Great staff. Private campsites. We stayed in site 94 this past weekend. Good sized site. Water is very close to front make sure you have enough hose. This site backs up to the main road. You can’t see the road, but there is some traffic noise.
Just got back from another long weekend camping at Huntington Beach State Park in Murrel’s Inlet, SC. This is one of our favorite campgrounds. We were in Site 40 this weekend. 30 amp electric and water, no sewer. Sites are level, clean, spaced out and a short walk to the beach. Close to Myrtle Beach attractions if you interested, but quiet and relaxing. Many nature trails and tons of beach for walking.
Spent this past weekend at Ridge Road Campground. This is an amazing campground. The staff is wonderful. The entire campground is spotless, clean, and exceptionally well maintained. We were in site #67. All the sites are large and well spaced. Tons of trees and most sites are on right on the lake. The water is amazingly clear. If you look at my previous reviews, we’ve camped at many campgrounds around the Southeast this year and we have found that George State Parks and COE campgrounds are at the top of our list. Ridge Road is now in our top 5 overall. I highly recommend this campground if you like quiet, relaxation, kayaking, fishing, or boating in general.
We spent this weekend camping at Pipestem Resort State Park. The park is super clean and very well maintained. We hiked up to the tower for a great view of the area. We rode the tram at sunset. We sat by the river in at the base of the tram and enjoyed the quiet serene views of folks fishing, deer grazing, and watched the sun go down. The campground was nearly full. It was well maintained, but the sites were small and very close together. We spent time in the park and saw many of the local waterfalls (Pipestem Falls, Sandstone Falls, Brush Creek Falls, Mash Fork Falls, Campbell Falls). The night sky was amazingly clear and stars were bright. It was a great weekend and a great park.
Amy and I spent the Labor Day Weekend in Fayetteville, WV. The New River Gorge area is amazing. We camped at Rifrafters Campground. It is family owned and operated. The owners were great and made a point to stop by our site and see how we were doing. The campground is clean, well maintained and conveniently located. It is only about 7 minutes from the New River Bridge welcome center.
There were several long term campers, sites were very small and close together. Fire ring and picnic table ended up under our awning. Water, electric and cable service and a few sites had sewer. Campground WiFi was weak at our site (#27).
While this was a positive stay, we prefer State Parks versus RV campgrounds.
We stayed at Hamburg State Park campground again this past weekend. It was just as great as the first time. We were in site 19 right on the water. It was quiet, peaceful and relaxing. There no ATT cell coverage, and about 1 bar of Verizon. We visited the grist mill, road bikes, kayaked and enjoyed being disconnected for the weekend. We love this campground.
Great place to snorkel, but you are on your own. Guide service is focused on the fort which is amaxing, but when get in the water have a buddy. No one is looking out for you. Lots of artifacts, some fish.
Nice walk through Boy Scout camp. Trails are in good shape. Very close to Rivergate area. Great Lake access and nice kayaking.
My boys and get together at least once each summer for a guys camping outing. Our last outing was themed- “ Poopin with Sasquatch”. As always we had a great time and our group is growing with grandchildren.
The park is close to our home and visit regularly. Several great trails. Great for kayaking.
My wife and I visit here often. Great access to the lake. Convenient to Charlotte metro area.
We camped here this past weekend. This is a great area with lots to do - hiking, beautiful views, historic Wytheville. We were in site 10. Nice site with your own private field. We had our grand-dog with us and she had a blast playing ball. Sites are electric ONLY. No water or sewer available. Even though reservation folks said otherwise. Local hosts were super friendly and helpful. We had a great quiet relaxing weekend.
My wife is new to camping, so I took her tent camping here to see how well she would adapt to being outside and away from her blow dryer. She did amazing and this trip kicked off our adventure of moving on to a tear drop trailer and then to a class c motorhome. As I do, she loves camping and we are having the time of our lives. Thank you to this great campground, the trails, kayaking, and the waterfalls. Wonderful campground. I highly recommend you give it a try.
We camped here back in May. Easy access to Savannah. Some nice trails. Historical area. Camp sites were spacious and clean. We enjoyed our visit to the area.
We camped here one night. Family owned. Very very nice people. This is an older campground that needs repair. Mostly long term campers. Convenient to falls. At one time this was probably a very popular place, but pool and water slide have been closed for years. Sites were small and quite muddy.
Small tight campground just outside of Boone, NC. Very tight sites. Many long term campers. Right on the main road (Rte 105). Tons of road noise. Convenient to Boone, but not our preferred campground.
We camped here just as the COVID shutdowns were beginning back March. There were only a few campers. We were right on the water. Large clean sites. Great campground. It was a cool early spring evening. We had a nice campfire and enjoyed a nice time.
We’ve camped here a couple of times this summer. Great access to the lake. Nice campground. Clean good sized sites. Hiking trails. Very nice place to relax.
We camped here for a few nights last month. The campground was perfect. Clean, large sites, well organized. Lots of trails and a lot to do in the area. Desoto falls was great. We hiked Cloudlands Canyon State Park. We drove the Little River Canyon Preserve. Great area to camp!