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Date of Stay:
June, 2019 -
Nicely maintained. Level sites. Great for overnight even 2 nights. All sites are pull-throughs. Dump station available. Price for cash/check but will take credit cards for small fee. Pool nice plus. No OTA to speak of. Wifi but didn't bother getting code. Decent signal Vz and Sprint. Some sites have picnic table and even saw a couple fire rings that could probably be taken to your site. Allowed to pick own site dependent on sewer (closer to front) or not - 5 sites at the end of every row. Easy to pull in and out. Easy on and off I-90. We camped at Hill's RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
May, 2019 -
They have a number of very nice primitive camping areas but they've added a 2nd RV camping area with FHU that is NOT big rig friendly. While the spots have decent room between them, the parking pad of gravel is very narrow, difficult to pull into and out of and most are not very level. We were able to jockey around to be able to level without blocks in our spot but saw others that would have been challenging. But that's not the issue. We're very comfortable dealing with steep hills with switchbacks. This however was enough for us to say never again. The steeper sections are paved but they are 1 lane narrow. On a busy holiday weekend definitely a problem. The upper area requires a car to get back to the resort area. If you're a big rig and can't get into the original lower camping area - I'd pass. If they do have a site available in the lower area, call every couple of weeks to make sure it's still assigned to you. We got moved and the folks next to us as well. Our site didn't have a fire ring, but the site next to us had one someone built out of rocks. We camped in a 38ft motorhome. That being said, the folks working at the resort are wonderful (the reservation system though sounds like it needs some updating). Rafting was super fun and the water park looked like fun as well. Photo is of the lower campground. Acceptable if you're coming to enjoy the facilities. We camped at Ace Adventure Resort in a Motorhome.
Definitely go to restaurant on-site, The Lost Paddle. We were pleasantly surprised and enjoyed our meals there. We even tried the breakfast buffet. While the selection was limited, what was there was well prepared. They'll heat the cinnamon buns at breakfast if you ask. The "cobbler" wasn't typical fruit and crust it was more cake-like.
Date of Stay:
March, 2019 -
As with other reviews, this is not a "resort" but for overnight it's clean, and the friendly, helpfulness of the owner/manager raise it above other overnighters. Add the passport rate and we'd be back if passing through. The close train seems typical for us when we camp so while it was loud as the engines passed, there were no close crossings and it's usually the train whistle that's bothersome. The sites and campground as a whole was very clean and we appreciated that they even had recycle bins. They are making an effort to add amenities, swings, movie night, continental breakfast though I believe the movie and breakfast is during summer only, wi-fi was excellent, multiple bars on both sprint and verizon. They have long convenient transient pull-thrus though leveling due to a slight slope can be challenging. We adjusted our position and were able to level with jacks and no blocks, all wheels on the ground. When pulling in the office is by the motel. We camped at Four Oaks RV Resort in a Motorhome.