MickandKarla W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 25, 2021

Nice COE

We had contacted the campground(CG) prior to our Monday arrival and found the park had plenty of first-come-first-serve sites as they do not take reservations until 1 Apr. Our GPS plus nav app routes varied coming in from North Carolina, but all the roads we traveled were RV friendly. When we arrived the gate host told us to go pick a site and come back to check in. They also stated that the water was off so fill up with potable water at the dump station. We headed into Area 2 sites 78-103. We had wanted the double site, 93, but workers were spraying a Roundup mixture and didn’t recommend we stay in that site for a while. So we picked site 95. Back-in was easy and we hooked into the 50 AMP with no problem. The next day, we moved to double site 93 and still got the Access Pass discount so it was only$20 per night. They will only let stay without a buddy during offseason. In addition, this site is marked for a 30’ rig, like a lot of others in the CG, but they can easily take longer rigs. Recommend big riggers call and talk to a hosts before reserving a site. Some sites are either long enough for a boat or there are spots along the road to park a boat. Along with the two sites we stayed in, here are other recommendations that will handle larger rigs. The sites 84 through 99 plus 103 are good sized. In the adjacent loop, 136 is a spacious, long easy back-in and near the water. W&E sites out in D loop would be 221 that’s spacious plus near water, 229 back-in on water and 232 was a huge site, back-in near water. We've stayed in a lot of COEs and this was a good one as well. However, sites in all areas are nearby each other. The shower house was open but not the interior restrooms. We got 3 bars each Verizon and AT&T plus a wide variety of OTA channels. You are in a forest setting and we didn’t see a good site for satellite. There’s a really nice paved bike/walking trail that connects the front gate area all the way back to the D area. Great areas and sites for tent campers or boondockers. Recommend Castle's Butcher Shop in Chase City about 25 mins from the campground. Nice butcher shop and small grocery. Very helpful staff, plus they will custom cut your steaks. We also found Chase City had the best price on diesel at the time.

  • Site 95 where we stayed one night
  • Double site 93
  • The buddy side of site 93
  • Water view from site 93
  • View towards front from site 93
  • Parkview from utilities side of site 93
  • Site 221 is big rig friendly
  • Site 229 is big rig friendly
  • Site 232 is big rig friendly and one of the best in the campground

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