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Date of Stay:
January, 2019 -
Our one week stay was due to an emergent family issue and the staff was very cooperative with our stay. The campground has dated facilities but they are kept very clean. The sites are a mixture of paved and unpaved sites and there is a lot of sand so take your beach door mat to keep the sand out of your RV. They have a small dog park, laundry, recreation hall, swimming pool and more. We enjoyed our stay and would stay here again. We camped at Charleston KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Charleston is a historic city. You could spend weeks here if you are a history buff and you wouldn't get bored. There is also plenty of shopping with a good sized mall and Tanger Outlets in North Charleston (15 -20 min from the camp grounds) and another shopping area in Mt. Pleasant (1716 Towne Centre Way, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464) that was like little more upscale Tanger setup. You also have beaches within a short drive.
Date of Stay:
September, 2018 -
We used points to stay so the price shown is what we would have paid if not a member. Our site had an outside sink, gas grill, and a large custom picnic table all on an oversized patio. There is a pool, putt-putt course, horseback riding and much more. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Shenandoah Crossing Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
Family park that is very clean. No cable but there are plenty of over the air stations. The Wi-Fi works well but it's not set up for streaming so leave your ROKU in the drawer. We will stay here again. We camped at Pine Ridge Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
September, 2017 -
We managed to get a corner lot which was really nice. Even without the corner lot, there was plenty of room between the lots. This campground puts the full timers in the back of the campground which was also nice. They do keep up with the full timers here as there were very few that had dirty campers and there were no messy lots that I saw. Overall this was a very clean campground inside and out and the staff was extremely friendly. This is a gated campground and if you want to stay out past midnight you deposit $20 for an after hours card. We chose this option just in case and had no problem getting our deposit back. They have a doggy park as soon as you enter the campground so you can let your pooch out to exercise as you are checking in. There is an open area with a playground for the children. They have a swimming pond but no pool. There is no cable and the over air channels were spotty but the Wi-Fi was excellent and allowed streaming live television to your devices. The showers cost 25 cents for every 3 minutes. Be careful not to put more than one quarter in at a time because some people said that it did not give you more than 3 minutes. The pads for the pull through lots are gravel pads and all hook ups are convenient. Each lot has a fire pit and picnic table. The area has more wineries than you can visit in a week and there are charters for walleye and perch fishing on Lake Erie at the state park down the road. It's hard to go out on Lake Erie and not limit out on perch so happy fishing. Geneva On The Lake will take you back to the 70s for downtown strip entertainment with souvenir shops, game rooms, putt-putt, bars, etc. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Willow Lake Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Visit the wineries in the area and spend some time on the strip at Geneva On The Lake (Be sure to visit one of the oldest Putt-Putt courses in the country) . There are charters for fishing on Lake Erie where perch fishing and walleye fishing is very popular. In Cleveland (approximately an hour away) you have sports venues, the Rock and Roll hall of fame and the flats entertainment. Close enough to visit the Football Hall of fame just to the south.
Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
We arrived on Saturday afternoon and left on Wednesday morning. They quoted $46 per night over the phone and told us that it would be $50 per night when we arrived. They said that they didn't know we had a large camper. That was not accurate because I always tell campgrounds what I have to ensure they have a site long enough. At $50 per night you would expect a lot more. There is no cable and no wi-fi. When we asked about cable they told us that for $50 we could get a cable box to get cable then when we return the box they would give us our money back. All travel pads are gravel. The campers are right on top of each other and in the double lots (Where they put the big rigs) you walk out your door to look at the door of the camper next to you. When we extended our awnings they were just a few inches away from our neighbors awning. They only allow 2 adults and 2 children under the age of 18 per campsite. All others are considered to be guests and you have to pay $3 for each day and $5 for overnight per person so for large families this could cost a fortune. The showers have the push button 30 second water supply which means hitting the button every 30 seconds. There has to be a better way to prevent excessive water usage. There was a sign on the shower stalls saying that they were going to renovate the showers this summer. I wonder if they put those signs up there each spring, its almost fall and the showers were not renovated. They were a mess and had spider webs in them. There is never anyone in the office. If you need anything you have to call someone and wait for them to go down to the office. They do not allow mats to be used. The owner tried to get me to park so far forward on the lot that the front of the camper was going to be sticking out in the road. I finally parked it back far enough to be out of the road. We camped at Indian Brave Campground in a Fifth Wheel.